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San Francisco restaurants with reservations available for Thanksgiving

Still no plans for Thanksgiving? As of press time, these San Francisco restaurants have Thanksgiving reservations available and are recommended by our Chronicle dining team. Note that many casual restaurants will also be open on Thanksgiving Day, but don’t take reservations, from Sam Wo in Chinatown to Brenda’s in the Tenderloin.

At Alioto: Ditch the turkey and dive into Dungeness crab season at this classic fish market in Fisherman’s Wharf. #8 Fisherman’s Wharf. Lunch and dinner.

Gialina: Because everyone loves pizza: Sharon Ardiana’s beloved and popular pizzeria, Glen Park, is open on Thanksgiving Day, and reservations are always available through Resy. Dinner only.

Name: Sausalito’s San Francisco spin-off Sushi Ran offers a special 10-course Japanese menu served family-style over four courses, such as koji-brined turkey. A la carte menu will be available. 2223 Market St. Dinner only.

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The old clam house: Go retro at one of the oldest restaurants in town, which also happens to be more affordable than most comparable eateries – and great for groups. 299, boul. Bayshore Lunch and dinner.

A market : The grand downtown stalwart is the fine-dining option on this list, offering a four-course prix-fixe menu for $85 per person; for children 10 and under, the cost is $39. 1 Market St. Lunch only.

Sutro is at the Cliff House: Yes, it borders on overpriced, but the one-of-a-kind location and memorable view make the Cliff House worth considering for special occasions like Thanksgiving. 1090 Point Lobos Ave. Lunch and dinner.

The Stinking Rose: San Francisco still follows its nose toward the Stinking Rose, and as Chronicle reviewer Anna Roth discovered last year, it’s still a decent time if you don’t take yourself too seriously. 325 Columbus Avenue Lunch and dinner.

Tosca Coffee: Another North Beach classic, Tosca will be open on Thursday nights, serving up April Bloomfield’s hearty interpretations of old-school Italian cuisine. 242 Columbus Ave. Dinner only.

Norman hole : Charcuterie and cocktails take center stage at this all-day SoMa restaurant and bar, but the dinner menu also features steaks and sausages. 140 New Montgomery St. Lunch and dinner.