Top SF Realtor POV: 5 Fun Things to Do in San Francisco in November
Writings about residential real estate, San Francisco, and all things home, by Lisa Auer, J. D. and Kindred SF Homes Associate
- Visit the Japanese Tea Garden or the Temperate Asia Garden in the Botanical Garden to find some fall color while it lasts. Both gardens have striking Japanese maples and bright ginkgos this time of year. Free for San Francisco residents with ID.
- Don't miss fall SF Restaurant Week, November 3–16. Celebrate the flavors of San Francisco’s unique and diverse neighborhoods through special prix-fixe menus for brunch, lunch, and dinner. See the website for participating restaurants, menus, and price points, and make your reservations now.
- The West Coast Craft fair returns to Fort Mason on November 18 & 19 just in time for holiday shopping. A juried exhibit of more than 275 artisans, WCC features designers and craftspeople inspired by the mood and aesthetics of the West Coast lifestyle, as well as by local materials and innovations.
- Kick off your Thanksgiving Day on November 23 with an invigorating fun run or walk in Golden Gate Park for kids and adults. The SF Turkey Trot benefits the Lowell High School track and cross country teams. Sign ups open now.
- Now through November 26, make a wish or help decorate the World Tree of Hope at Grace Cathedral. It's the largest origami holiday tree in the world, decorated with over 17,000 origami cranes and stars, each hand-folded and inscribed with wishes, hopes, and dreams for the future of the world. The wishes come from people of all ages, all faiths, and all walks of life.