This Thanksgiving, if you’d rather spend the day chugging (spiked) apple cider while curled up in the fetal position instead of wet-brining a turkey, we understand. But somebody has to cook the bird, mash the potatoes, and bake the pumpkin the pie, right? That’s why you should be thankful that so many LA restaurants are offering takeout specials, from mix-and-match a la carte menus to complete ready-to-eat dinners and delicious desserts for you and your household.
We’ll be updating this list often as more restaurants release their Thanksgiving specials, so check back. If you know a place that should be included, please send an email to email@example.com.
For Takeout & Delivery
101 North Eatery & Bar: Reliable Westlake Village all-everything spot 101 North is (obviously) doing a Thanksgiving dinner, too. The meal features everything from traditional turkey to butternut squash agnolotti, and is available to-go ($99 for two people, $195 for four). They’re also doing Thanksgiving cocktail kits. To see menus, make a reservation, or place an order for pick-up, visit their website.
818 Vegan: If turkey’s not your thing, 818 Vegan has got you covered, with a wide range of Thanksgiving options - from roasted vegan “turkey” to “mac and cheeze”. For menu and more information, check out their website.
All Time: The Los Feliz all-day spot has put together a “f*cking epic” Thanksgiving feast that’s ready to be popped in your oven, featuring heritage birds, a full accompaniment of sides, cobbler, pies, wine, and co-owner Tyler Wells’ “better-than-anyone’s gravy recipe.” For more information, or to place an order, check out their website.
Angelini Osteria: If you’re planning on hosting Thanksgiving this year, Angelini can help. The excellent Italian spot in Beverly Grove has a host of signature dishes and holiday favorites available, from large trays of pasta to bite-sized appetizers and more. Or, if you’re celebrating Thanksgiving via Zoom, they’ve also got individually coursed “Celebration Pods.” For ordering information and menus, check out their website.
photo credit: AKASHA, Anne Fishbein
Akasha: Culver City neighborhood fave is offering an expansive “Thanksgiving At Home” menu for takeout, plus pies and desserts, special cocktail kits, and a featured selection of wines from their cellar. For menu and ordering information, visit their website.
Alexander’s Steakhouse: This Pasadena steakhouse has a special seven-pound prime rib meal (seasoned and par-cooked) available for Thanksgiving pick-up. It serves 4-6, and comes with au jus, creamed horseradish, mashed potatoes, mushrooms, and a Caesar salad. For more information, or to place an order, visit Tock.
Baltaire: The Brentwood steakhouse has a variety of different Thanksgiving menus for dinners of all sizes - including an “Everything But The Turkey” package, and the option to add caviar, black truffle mac & cheese, and more. To place an order, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (424) 273-1660
Bar Henry: This lowkey Echo Park cocktail bar is doing what they do best - whipping up cocktails guaranteed to improve any Thanksgiving meal. From their signature Flattened Priest (a mezcal tamarind margarita) to classics like the Old Fashioned, these kits come in pre-batched servings of 4-5 cocktails, and include mixers, garnishes, and prep instructions. Order through Tock.
Bell’s: Our favorite French restaurant - or, really, restaurant, period - in Los Alamos is doing a Thanksgiving BBQ - featuring smoked turkey, brisket, peel-and-eat shrimp, oysters, and lots of wine (a la carte bottles or in six-pack sets) - for pick-up on 11/25. To order, or for more information, check out Tock.
Best Girl: The all-day spot at the Ace Hotel Downtown has a special Thanksgiving meal available for both takeout. The menu includes all the Turkey Day staples (plus Lobster Pot Pie!), and costs $130 (feeds two people). To place an order, or make a reservation, visit their website.
The Beverly Hills Hotel: If you’re planning a big Thanksgiving meal, a) make sure to hand out masks, and b) order from the Beverly Hills Hotel. This iconic enclave is offering a large-party Thanksgiving dinner that feeds 8-10 and features a 14-16lb turkey, all the trimmings, plus a pair of pies, sides, and more, priced at $650 per person. All items can also be purchased a la carte, if you’re looking to spend a little less. Full menu and ordering info is available on Tock.
BOA Steakhouse: Both the West Hollywood and Santa Monica locations will be offering a Thanksgiving Family Meal for take out. Featuring turkey, trimmings, and your choice of pie, the menu serves four with an option to add-on additional BOA sides like loaded mashed potatoes. Order online by 11/23.
Bridgetown Roti: The fantastic Caribbean pop-up is doing Thanksgiving packages and boxes of their incredible patties. The meal packages can feed anywhere from 2-10 people, and include jerk turkey legs and wings, and a host of sides like callaloo greens and curry mango-stuffed sweet potatoes. Their patty boxes feature a mix of flavors, and come in batches of 8 or 16 (vegan options also available). For more information, or to place an order, check out their website.
photo credit: THE BUTCHER'S DAUGHTER
The Butcher’s Daughter: This popular Venice spot has plenty of plant-based Thanksgiving options available for pick-up. From vegetarian pot pie and garlicky green beans to three different pies and to-go cocktails, there’s a lot to choose from - check out the full menu here. To order, email email@example.com.
Cadoro Bakery: This Inglewood standout will be baking up a whole lot of fresh bread, including sourdough and Parker House Rolls, for Thanksgiving, and they’ll deliver it to your door (within ten miles of Inglewood) on 11/25. For more info, or to place an order, check out their website.
Cafe Gratitude: LA’s leading spot for meatless entrees and mindfulness is offering a plant-based pick-up menu for Thanksgiving, featuring sides and pies, plus holiday cookie kits. For more info, or to place an order, check out their website.
Caravan Swim Club: The poolside spot at the Hotel June is offering a $40 prix fixe menu for outdoor dining on their terrace and pick-up. Optional wine pairings are also available. Reservations for dining can be made through OpenTable. For more info, or to place an order for pick-up, call (310) 645-0400.
Daily Grill: This popular all-day spot is offering a “Thanksgiving Family Feast” for pick-up at their Burbank and LAX-adjacent Century Blvd. locations. For full menu and ordering information, check out Tock.
Delilah: Old-Hollywood-via-West-Hollywood spot Delilah is doing a Thanksgiving dinner for pick-up. The menu includes roasted turkey breast, confit turkey legs, stuffing, salad, Brussels sprouts, and your choice of dessert. For more information, or to place an order for pick-up, check out Tock.
photo credit: EATALY
Eataly: The expansive Italian market at the Westfield Century City mall is offering a variety of unique options for Thanksgiving, including a curated salumi and formaggi board, a special pasta al forno Autunnale, apple-cider braised turkey, and more. For more information, check out their website.
Esters Wine Shop: The Santa Monica staple will once again be selling wine and gift boxes during their Thanksgiving Day sidewalk sale at Huckleberry. Their fantastic online shop will also be selling curated Thanksgiving Wine Packs available for curbside pick-up and local delivery.
FIG: The restaurant at Santa Monica’s Fairmont Miramar Hotel has whipped up a Thanksgiving feast available for takeout. It features molasses, sage, and rosemary brined turkey, prime rib, sides, desserts, and a whole lot more. For the full menu, or to make a reservation or schedule a pick-up time, check out their website.
The Front Yard: The restaurant at The Garland hotel in Studio City is doing Thanksgiving dinner to-go. Featuring prime rib, buttermilk fried turkey breast, cheddar biscuits, sides, desserts, and more, it’s designed to feed four people, is priced at $149, and is available for pick-up on Thanksgiving from 12-6pm. To order, call (818) 255-7285.
Georgia’s Restaurant: This soul food spot has full Thanksgiving feasts available to-go at their Long Beach Exchange and Anaheim Packing House locations. The menu includes fried chicken, BBQ ribs, and a variety of Southern sides, like collard greens, red beans and rice, corn bread, and more. Plus, plenty of desserts. For menu, ordering, and more information, check out their website.
Girl & Dug Farm: OK, maybe you are in the mood to cook. Well, this SoCal farm has a crop (I hate myself) of produce boxes available for nationwide delivery, including a Thanksgiving Box that’ll serve 6-8 guests. For more information, or to place an order, check out their website.
photo credit: GO GO GYOZA
Go Go Gyoza: This LA dumpling company has a special turkey and sage dumpling - with shiitake mushroom gravy and cranberry dipping sauces - ready for pick-up (at their Century City location) or delivery. Available 11/18-24, they are priced at $14 per dozen. For ordering info, check out Tock.
Gracias Madre: Just in time for Thanksgiving, the Weho spot is once again offering holiday tamales. Sold by the dozen, your options are savory (chile rojo) or sweet (pineapple raising). Orders must be placed by 11/22 - for more info, check out their website.
Great White Rotisseria: The chicken arm of Venice’s burgeoning Great White Empire is doing their first Thanksgiving deal - a dinner combo that feeds four and features a rotisserie chicken with specialty herb stuffing, house gravy, sides, and more. Order pick-up online, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harold & Belle’s: This Jefferson Park’s staple is doing their annual Cajun fried turkey and sides for take-out and delivery. There are a variety of combo options that can feed anywhere from 1-25 people, plus gumbo, specialty sides, and more. (For all the menu options, check out their website.) Delivery is available through ChowNow - to place an order for pick-up, call (323) 735-9023.
Hermanito: This Mexican cantina in West LA has a full menu of Thanksgiving specials available for pick-up. Meal kits include chips and guac, Pacific shrimp ceviche, cilantro lime rice, and a tres leches cake, and you can add on extras like Peking duck, line-caught red snapper, roasted chicken, and more. To place an order, check out their website.
Hotville Chicken: Owned and operated by a relative of the family behind Nashville’s legendary Prince’s Hot Chicken, Hotville is a) fantastic, and b) offering that chicken and fish - plus Southern sides and desserts - for Thanksgiving. Available in half and full-pan sizes for larger parties, plus discounts on whole cakes and pies. Call (323) 792- 4835, or email email@example.com to place your preorder by 11/20.
Interstellar: This new Santa Monica spot is open for Thanksgiving takeout, with their regular menu and a special turkey club sandwich with honey turkey, ham, bacon, and house ranch dressing. For more information, check out their website.
photo credit: JAME ENOTECA/OSPI
Jame Enoteca: The team behind El Segundo’s fantastic Italian spot have whipped up their own Thanksgiving feast - available for pick-up at both Jame and their new spot, the equally great Ospi in Venice. The mix-and-match menu features all the usuals (turkey, plenty of sides, etc), plus options like their kale salad (which is better than any other kale salad in the universe), Parmigiano pancetta biscuits, plenty of desserts, and more. To order, fill out this form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kali Restaurant: This hidden gem, located between Hollywood and Larchmont Village, is doing a Thanksgiving dinner for pick-up. Featuring pumpkin risotto, chicken liver mousse, and a roasted heritage turkey, it’s priced at $59/person (dishes can also be ordered a la carte). For the full menu, or to place an order, check out Tock.
L’Antica Pizzeria Da Michele: Hollywood Neapolitan pizza spot L’Antica has an Italian-inspired Thanksgiving takeout menu that includes a whole stuffed turkey, meat or veggie lasagne, Italian gravy, and much more. Pre-order is required. Call (323) 366-2408 to place your order for pick-up.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib: The classic Beverly Hills restaurant just hits different during the holidays, so of course they’re offering traditional turkey and prime rib (duh) dinners to-go, and a Thanksgiving dinner for dining on their outdoor patio. To book a reservation, check out menus, or place an order for pick-up, check out their website.
Little Dom’s: The Los Feliz spot had fried turkeys available for pick-up, but they’re already sold out. Don’t fret - they’ve still got plenty of Thanksgiving sides and desserts available (see the full menu here). To order, call (323) 661-0055, or email Thanksgiving@littledoms.com.
Loews Santa Monica Hotel: Their Thanksgiving dinners - featuring maple-rosemary brined turkey, fixings like Yukon gold mashed potatoes and wild mushroom stuffing, and a choice of pie - are available in packages that can feed anywhere from two-ten guests. Reservations for pick-up must be made by 11/18 through Resy.
Lost Cove: This Hawaiian-themed concept, currency operating out of the Bludso’s kitchen in Fairfax, is offering a full Thanksgiving luau for pick-up. The menu includes a whole smoked turkey with King’s Hawaiian rolls and everything else you’d need to make sliders, a host of sides, and haupia coconut pudding for dessert. Tiki cocktail kits available, too. Full menu and ordering info available on Tock.
photo credit: LUCQUES CATERING, Aaron Cook
Lucques: Iconic industry haunt Lucques may have shut down earlier this year, but the team behind it are still running their catering operation … and that’s good news for your Thanksgiving. They’ve got meal kits of all shapes and sizes available for pick-up and delivery, and you can even add-in some plates from their other restaurant, A.O.C. (hint: you should do this). For menus and more information, check out Tock.
Lunetta: This Santa Monica spot is still doing their annual Thanksgiving dinner, only now, they’re offering it for takeout. Each dinner ($78 per person, $38 for kids 10 and under) comes with a choice of starters, mains, and desserts, and is prepackaged in oven-safe containers with heating instructions and tips for storing leftovers. They’re also offering full pies to-go. Orders must be placed by 11/20 and may be picked up on Thanksgiving Day from 12-5pm. For menu and more information, check out their website.
Madre!: Both the Fairfax and Torrance locations of this fantastic Oaxacan spot are offering a Thanksgiving meal for delivery and takeout. It features Coloradito mole-topped pork tenderloin stuffed with a blend of cinnamon, rice, apples, and pineapple, and sides of Oaxaca potato salad. For more information, check out their website.
The Milky Way: Pico-Robertson kosher restaurant has several Thanksgiving sides available for takeout and delivery, including truffled mac & cheese, sautéed green beans with almonds, and several seasonal desserts. Call (310) 859-0004, or order online.
Mírame: This inventive Mexican spot in Beverly Hills is one of our favorite new restaurants, so we were excited to learn they’re offering a “Pre-Hispanic Thanksgiving Feast” for takeout and delivery. The meal features dishes like roasted sweet potato, green dent corn grits, a fall Caesar salad, tortillas, and, of course, a turkey. For more information, check out their website, or call (310) 230-5035. Order online via OpenTable or Tock.
Noble Bird Rotisserie: The Long Beach spot has a to-go family feast that includes chicken or turkey, maple bacon green beans, a whole host of sides, and a dessert of your choice. A la carte options also available - pre-order now by emailing email@example.com.
Norah: Weho’s Norah is doing a Southern-inspired Thanksgiving dinner for takeout. Featuring cast-iron cornbread, bourbon-mashed sweet potatoes, a ready to bake turkey, and more, it’s priced at $350. Orders must be made by 11/16 - for more information, check out Tock.
Norms: All 20 (!) SoCal locations are offering a Thanksgiving family meal deal for pick-up. It includes roasted turkey breast, stuffing, mashed potatoes, Norms’ chicken and sausage gumbo soup, pumpkin or apple pie, and more - for just $49. Available for pick-up at any location.
Ollo: Malibu Mediterranean spot Ollo has got your Thanksgiving handled. They’re offering fully prepared dinners with all the fixings - brined turkey, chestnut stuffing, roasted root vegetables, pumpkin cheesecake, and more - priced at $55. For the full menu, or to place an order, check out Tock.
The Original Farmers Market: Several restaurants at the iconic LA market are offering Thanksgiving deals for pick-up. Classic diner Du-par’s is offering to-go family feasts that can feed 4-10, and selling several pies (of course). More information here. (Don’t forget to pick up some Bennett’s Ice Cream if you wanna go a la mode.)
Paris Baguette: The popular boulangerie has locations across Southern California, and quite possibly the most autumnal dessert in the world: A limited-edition Pumpkin Spice Caramel Swirl Cake. It’s available for order now, for more information, check out their website.
Pasjoli: Santa Monica’s revelatory French restaurant is resurrecting its just-closed sister spot, Dialogue, for a special Thanksgiving meal. The collaborative meal features turkey, black truffle gravy, apple cobbler, and more, and is available for pre-order now. For more information, check out their website.
Pasta Sisters: Both the Pico and Culver locations of this palace of pasta are offering trays of their famous lasagna - options include Bolognese, spinach and ricotta, and porcini mushroom - for Thanksgiving pick-up and delivery, and they’ve got whole pies and tiramisu, too. To order, call Pasta Sisters Catering - (213) 315-9156).
The Peninsula Beverly Hills: Any restaurant can do Thanksgiving dinner, but only the Peninsula hotel does Thanksgiving the next day, too. They’ll have special Thanksgiving leftover sandwiches available for pick-up on on 11/27. They cost $18, and you can grab one on the hotel’s front drive. For more info, call (310) 975-2767.
photo credit: PITFIRE PIZZA
Pitfire Pizza: Wish Thanksgiving included more Buffalo wings? Popular chain Pitfire Pizza is offering a special meal kit - featuring turkey meatballs (you gotta have the turkey), Buffalo wings, and a take-and-bake pumpkin pizza - for takeout and delivery. The kit comes in different sizes (to feed 4-12), and is available at all locations. For more information, check out their website.
Playa Provisions: The ever-popular, all-everything Playa del Rey restaurant is offering a variety of Thanksgiving dinners and pies for pick-up, from beer-brined turkey with all the trimmings (like maple roasted yams with Earl Grey marshmallow fluff) to full pumpkin pies and speciality cocktails. For more info, or to place an order, visit their website.
Poutine Brothers: Tired of plain old turkey? Poutine Brothers are, too - so they’ve created a Thanksgiving Poutine, complete with hand-cut fries (or sweet potato fries), Wisconsin white cheddar cheese curds, turkey, cranberry, crispy onions, brown gravy, and chives. Sound good? It’s available for pick-up right now - for more information, check out their website.
Providence: Hollywood fine dining spot Providence is putting their spin on a “traditional Thanksgiving experience,” which, in this instance, means two kinds of turkey, plenty of sides, and your choice of pie. If you want the true Providence touch, you can add truffles or caviar, too. For their full menu, or to place an order for pick-up, check out Tock.
The Raymond 1886: This classy Pasadena spot - located inside a craftsman bungalow - is offering Thanksgiving dinner takeout and delivery. It features options like roasted turkey breast or a New York steak, a variety of sides, desserts, and special craft cocktails. For more information, check out their website.
Republique: LA’s literal cathedral of French cooking has Thanksgiving pies available for pre-order. This year’s selection includes pumpkin, pecan, Sari Sari Store’s incredible Buko pie, and more. Orders must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3pm on 11/24 for pick-up on 11/25.
Rutt’s Hawaiian Cafe: Going big? This popular Island all-day spot/catering operation has three different Thanksgiving combos - featuring all the traditional staples, and some Hawaiian faves like macaroni salad and sweet rolls - capable of feeding 13-50 people. If your Turkey Day is going to be a bit smaller, they’re also offering individual plates and a la carte Thanksgiving items for takeout and delivery (from their Mar Vista location), or pick-up (at their Gardena store). For more information, check out their website.
Saddle Ranch: You may not be able to ride the mechanical bull at the moment, but at least you can get some turkey. The Sunset Strip’s best time is doing a Thanksgiving meal deal for pick-up and delivery. For more information, or to place an order, check out their website.
Santa Monica Proper Hotel: Offering a Thanksgiving menu available for outdoor dining and takeout. The prix fixe meal - $45 per person/$35 children 12 and under - features all the traditional faves and will be served at their rooftop spot Calabra. Reservations required. That same meal can be ordered for take-out in family style portions via Postmates.
photo credit: SHUTTERS ON THE BEACH
Shutters On The Beach: The chefs at this classic Santa Monica beachside hotel have joined forces with the adjoining Hotel Casa del Mar to create a three-course Thanksgiving to-go meal that includes options like butternut squash soup, autumn greens with smoked duck, and pumpkin pecan cheesecake. Order now for pick-up on 11/25 and 26 through Tock.
Slab BBQ: The popular Beverly Grove BBQ shack is pulling out all the stops for Thanksgiving, with a full dinner featuring a brined and smoked whole turkey, cornbread stuffing, collards, mac & cheese, and more. Priced at $225, it’s available for pick-up. Order through Tock.
SLS Beverly Hills: This boutique hotel is doing Thanksgiving dinner in their Terrace dining room - and offering Thanksgiving to-go deals, as well. You can book a table for their Thanksgiving feast, which features turkey, tons of sides, and a pair of desserts, or order a meal to-go through Tock.
Socalo: Santa Monica’s Socalo is offering a Thanksgiving meal featuring roasted turkey roulade, sauteed kale, honey lime yams, fingerling potatoes with chimichurri, and more. Available for pick-up and delivery - full menu and ordering info is available on Tock.
Sonoma Wine Garden: This idyllic Santa Monica spot offers a welcome respite from the nearby Third Street Promenade, and they’re doing a special “Friendsgiving” menu for outdoor dining and delivery from 11/23-25. Plates include roasted turkey roulade, potato and fennel galette, and pumpkin pie. For more information, check out their website.
The Source Cafe: This Manhattan Beach cafe is offering a wide range of dairy- and gluten-free sides and desserts for Thanksgiving, including buckwheat cranberry bread, fall harvest salads, pumpkin pie, and more. Orders must be placed by 11/23. For more information, check out their website.
Spire 73: The all the way up rooftop bar and lounge at Downtown's InterContinental Hotel is offering a Thanksgiving feast for curbside pick-up. The four-course meal features all the Turkey Day faves, and starts at $40/person (with optional upgrades), and orders of two dinners or more come with a complimentary bottle of red, white, or sparkling wine. For more information, check out their website - to place an order (by 4pm on 11/25) call (818) 818-8683.
STK: The Westwood steakhouse is doing Thanksgiving meals for takeout and delivery. Their Takeout Dinner For Two includes roasted turkey, plenty of sides, and pumpkin pie (with Bailey’s whipped cream) for dessert, and costs $100. To place an order to-go, or book a table for outdoor dining, check out their website.
Strings Of Life: The Australian-inspired cafe in Weho has Thanksgiving specials for takeout and al fresco patio dining. Beginning on 11/23, they’re doing a shaved turkey St. Nic Sandwich, a pumpkin spice spin on a lamington (an Australian dessert), and more. And on Thanksgiving Day only, they’re offering another version of an Australian fave - a Turkey Gobbler Sausage Roll, with turkey dinner wrapped inside a puff pastry. For more information, check out their website.
Superba Food + Bread: This all-day fave is offering a Thanksgiving meal for takeout at their Venice location and their Superba Snacks + Coffee outposts in North Hollywood and Pasadena. The menu includes mains, sides, breads (of course), and pies - plus, in Venice, they’re also featuring a special wine pairing as well. Order for pick-up from Food + Bread here, and Snacks + Coffee here.
Tacos Tu Madre: The Weho outpost of this popular taco spot is once again doing Turkey Day specials for outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery. Available 11/16-25, their Thanksgiving Plate features a buttermilk fried turkey taco with spiced cranberry sauce and poblano slaw, mashed potato taquitos, pumpkin spice churros, and two tacos. For more info, or to place an order, check out their website.
The Tam O’Shanter: This cozy Atwater Village restaurant is an LA holiday classic, and they’ve got a variety of Thanksgiving meals available for takeout. To-go options include individual meals and family style feasts. Orders can be placed online.
Tiato: This Vietnamese-leaning spot in Santa Monica has a huge patio for outdoor dining, so we’d recommend swinging by any time for some al fresco dining. But this is Thanksgiving - so order from their special to-go menu instead. In addition to the usual turkey, Tiato is also offering several dishes inspired by chef Helene An’s cuisine, including her Secret Kitchen Garlic Noodles (available in family size portions for the first time), sticky rice stuffing, and Chinese sausage and chestnut stuffing. For menus or to place an order, visit their website.
Urban Plates: With locations from Long Beach to Pasadena, you’re never too far from an Urban Plates outpost. They have to-go turkey-and-trimmings meals that can feed up to eight. For menus, or to place an order, check out their website.
photo credit: VEGGIE GRILL
Veggie Grill: This vegan and vegetarian fave is doing a plant-based “Thanksgiving Pot Pie Feast” - featuring individual (marinated, plant-based) turkey and mushroom pot pies, glazed rainbow carrots, mashed potatoes, and more - available for pick-up. For more info, or to place an order, check out their website.
The Village Bakery & Cafe: Glendale’s classic Village Bakery has a host of different Thanksgiving meals available for pick-up (including a vegan version), plus a la carte options, and a full roster of pies, cakes, and cookies (of course). For menus and information, check out Tock.
photo credit: DESTROYER
Destroyer: This futuristic Culver City spot has a variety of desserts available for pre-order (with pick-up on 11/23-25), including wild blackberry and dried peach cobbler, pumpkin pies, and pumpkin spice taiyaki. If you prefer to bake at home, they’re also offering brown sugar pie dough and pumpkin pie kits. Pre-order through their online store.
Fat & Flour: One of our favorite bakeries, Grand Central Market’s Fat & Flour has got a full range of pies that’ll be the hit of your Thanksgiving meal (even if it’s just you eating). From browned butter apple crumble to carmel-kabocha squash, there’s something to satisfy every sweet tooth. Order now for pick-up on 11/25 through Tock.
Josephine Bakery & Marketplace: The Sherman Oaks bakery has pies, cakes, catering boards, and other desserts ready for Thanksgiving pick-up. From poached pear cakes to chocolate-butterscotch bread pudding, they’ve got the final part of your dinner covered. Menu and ordering info available on Tock.
photo credit: McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams
McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams: Santa Barbara’s favorite scoop shop always does dessert right - especially at Thanksgiving. They’ve got a pumpkin ice cream pie (with a brown butter crust) available for curbside pick-up. Order yours here.
Milo + Olive: The Santa Monica spot will be hosting their first Thanksgiving Bake Sale on 11/25, featuring seasonal sweets like apple cranberry crumble pie, pumpkin muffins, and seasonal jams. For more information, check out their website.
Salt & Straw: Offering a special Thanksgiving Series of their unique ice creams. The four-course “ice cream feast” features flavors inspired by Turkey Day dishes, including cranberry juniper sorbet and salted caramel Thanksgiving turkey. Available by the scoop or pint at all S&S locations, these flavors can also be ordered online.
Sweet Rose Creamery: The popular scoop shop is bringing back their Thanksgiving ice cream pies for pick-up. Flavors include apple, vegan pumpkin, and pecan. The deadline to order yours in 11/18, with pick-up available 11/23-25. Pre-order now by calling their Brentwood Country Mart location at (310) 260-2663, ext 1, or their Santa Monica shop at (310) 260-2663.
Winston Pies: Artisanal baker has a full roster of pies - everything from apple and blueberry to funfetti - available for pick-up on 11/24-25 in Brentwood and West Hollywood. Click the links to reserve yours, but hurry, they’re going fast (especially in Weho).