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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

FYI, There's Special Thanksgiving Parking at Bi-Rite Today

Posted By on Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 10:55 AM

click to enlarge Why slave all day in the kitchen for a bountiful meal when you can fake it? - FLICKR/NICHOLAS BABAIAN

Hey, all you holiday slackers out there. Thanksgiving's tomorrow, as you've probably heard, and Bi-Rite Market has all sorts of delicious sides you can buy and then cunningly pass off as your own. But we can understand if you don't want to deal with the hassle of trying to park at 18th and Valencia. You're in luck: until 6 p.m. today, Bi-Rite is offering validated Thanksgiving parking at Mission High School (entrance to the lot is on the west side of Dolores between 17th and 18th). You can even leave your loaded bags at the market and then drive by and pick'em up.

See also:

- Talking Holiday Wines With Bi-Rite's Trac Le

- Make Thanksgiving Morning Sweet with Black Jet Bakery's Pumpkin Sticky Buns

- New Video from Producers of Rebecca Black's "Friday" Features Saddest Thanksgiving Ever

- Happy Vegan Thanksgiving with Week In Vegan!

- Bi-Rite's Got Your Back for the Holidays

And oh, the delightful sides that could be yours without doing a lick of work in the kitchen. Bi-Rite's prepared foods section has a bounty of delicious sides like mashed potatoes with roasted garlic; bourbon sweet potato mash with candied pecans; jalapeno cornbread and chorizo stuffing; farro pilaf with kale, cranberries and spiced pumpkin seeds; green beans and wild mushroom casserole with caramelized onions; roasted brussels sprouts with carrots, bacon, and maple syrup; cranberry-tangerine and honey relish; and a veggie and non-veggie version of wild mushroom and marsala gravy.

Plus, there's plenty of turkey-friendly wine available, curated by Bi-Rite's wine buyer Trac Le.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Anna Roth is SF Weekly's former Food & Drink Editor and author of West Coast Road Eats: The Best Road Food From San Diego to the Canadian Border.

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