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Where To Get Thanksgiving Takeout In LA

Cooking a holiday dinner requires skill, patience, and an oven that actually tells you when it’s pre-heated. Don’t have any of those? Use this guide instead.

Believe it or not, Thanksgiving 2022 is right around the corner. And with it, comes a basket of fresh problems and holiday-related anxieties (what’s the difference between mashed and mousseline? Should I attempt baking this year? How can I field questions about my lack of a relationship?) But guess what? Cooking a full-on feast doesn’t have to be one of them. Here’s a list of Los Angeles restaurants offering Thanksgiving specials.

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1 Hotel West Hollywood

The Sunset Strip hotel is offering a Give Thanks sando ($22), a limited-edition sandwich packed with smoked turkey breast, spice-roasted yams, and cranberry mostarda. All proceeds from this sandwich will go towards the Los Angeles Mission.

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Although it will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Angelini Osteria in Beverly Grove is offering large trays of their excellent Italian menu for Turkey Day takeout. If you plan on ordering from their to-go menu, expect dishes like a whole porchetta, butternut squash lasagna, chestnut soup, and carrot-nutella cake.

Long-running downtown Culver City restaurant Akasha is offering an exclusively vegetarian menu this Thanksgiving, with options like winter squash and leek soup, roasted chestnut and herb stuffing, candied sweet potatoes, cranberry chutney, and apple pie. Order by November 16th for pickup or delivery on November 23rd or 24th.

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Bar Ama in Downtown LA is offering a Tex-Mex Thanksgiving Dinner to-go. It’s ideal for four people (but is plenty to share between two) and will include Tex-Mex turkey roulade with gravy, cranberry-grapefruit sauce, duck fat Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, and more. The package is $300, plus $60 for an optional wine bottle pairing and $25+ batched cocktails.

Operating out of a commissary kitchen in the Arts District, Bridgetown Roti specializes in Caribbean street food. Their Thanksgiving specials this year include juicy turkey legs, macaroni & cheese pies, callaloo greens, and oxtail-stuffed Jamaican patties, among other dishes. Orders will be available for pick-up on November 23rd.

Nothing screams “giving thanks” like a turkey day meal from Café Gratitude. All locations are selling holiday pies and sides like cauliflower mashed potatoes, roasted maple miso brussels sprouts, and pear and cranberry chutney.

Casa Del Mar Hotel

This Santa Monica hotel is offering a three-course Thanksgiving dinner package for $125 per person. The to-go package will include options like roasted turkey, crab and ham croquettes, braised beef short ribs, and fuji apple tarts.

The Cat & Fiddle

This West Hollywood British pub is serving a prix-fixe menu including your choice of a starter (like butternut squash soup), entrée (turkey or vegan nut roast wellington), sides, and dessert. The to-go dinner special is $42 for adults and $20 for children.

Santa Monica tasting menu spot Citrin is doing an upscale takeout option for Thanksgiving this year. The luxurious $300 dinner special serves between two and four people, and must be ordered before Monday, November 21st at 12pm. Each feast comes with both turkey and prime rib, apple pie and pumpkin pie, plus a whole host of sides like Szechuan green beans, yukon potato puree, and fresh cranberry sauce.

Century City bakery and restaurant Clementine is offering a “Thanksgiving Essentials Package” that feeds 2-3 people for $98, as well as other holiday dishes like honey-glazed carrots that can be added on a la carte. The main package includes roast turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, apple-mushroom stuffing, and housemade cranberry sauce. Orders must be placed by Saturday, November 19th for pickup on November 22nd or 23rd.

West Hollywood clubstaurant Delilah is featuring a Thanksgiving to-go feast for 4-6 people for $300 that includes candied yams, wild mushroom stuffing, roasted turkey breast with confit turkey legs, and pecan pie, among other dishes. Order via Tock by November 19th to pick up at Delilah on November 23.

Classic diner Du-Par’s in the Original Farmers’ Market has a variety of sizes of Thanksgiving dinner takeout packages this year, including a whole turkey feast with classic sides that feeds 8-10 people and includes two pies for $269. You can also order a smaller package that feeds 4-6 for $198, or an individual dinner for $29. Orders must be placed by Sunday, November 20th for pickup on November 24th.

The gigantic market that sits at the top of the Westfield Century City mall has created a Thanksgiving to-go package, Italian-style. Made to serve four people, the $239 feast includes baked pumpkin ravioli, house-made focaccia stuffing, sliced turkey breast, and apple pie with mascarpone cream. It’s available for in-store pick-up only, November 23-24.

Choose from a variety of Thanksgiving Wine Packs, like ones filled with natty wines, chilled reds, and organic bottles. Esters will also be open on Thanksgiving for retail shopping.

This Santa Monica restaurant at the bottom of the Fairmont Miramar Hotel is offering a full Thanksgiving feast to-go this year. The $395 package feeds up to 8 people, and includes a whole turkey, a spread of classic sides, and a freshly-baked pumpkin pie. Pick-ups can be scheduled from 8am-2pm on November 24th.

The West Hollywood restaurant is bringing back their holiday tamales (1 dozen for $54), which come stuffed with things like poblano peppers, jackfruit, and guajillo. They also offer canned cocktails and holiday sides that you can purchase in-person at the restaurant, or ahead of time on their website.

One of our favorite Thai restaurants in the city, Holy Basil, is offering a range of to-go options just in time for Thanksgiving. Each meal comes with stuffed cabbage, crab sausages, crispy pork belly, your choice of fried or roasted jidori chicken, and more. There are four different prepaid meal sizes, and they each range in price ($60-$240) depending on how many people you’re looking to serve. Check out their full menu and find ordering details here.

Stop by Holy Cow BBQ, which has locations in Culver City, Redondo Beach, and Santa Monica, for a Thanksgiving takeout package that feeds 4-6 for $159. Choose between mesquite-smoked turkey or honey-smoked ham, paired with sides like cornbread stuffing, cranberry chutney, roasted brussels sprouts, and honey butter biscuits. Orders must be placed by Monday, November 21st at 10am for pickup on November 23rd.

Everything you need for a Thanksgiving feast is here at this Santa Monica cafe: organic 48-hour brined roasted turkey, smashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, buttermilk biscuits, and more. The deadline to order is November 17th at 3pm, which you can do here.

Although Jar will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, the Beverly Grove restaurant will offer a Thanksgiving dinner take-out meal with easy instructions for heating and preparing at home. The $400 meal feeds up to four people, but they also have a $775 meal for eight.

Kismet Rotisserie

Kismet Rotisserie won’t be open on Thanksgiving proper, but the Los Feliz restaurant still has plenty of specials - in addition to a la carte sweet potatoes, kabocha baba ghanouj, sage and mushroom couscous, and winter green salads, Kismet also has a Thanksgiving dinner pack ($120) which serves up to four people. There’s a whole chicken, gravy, couscous, pita, and more. A portion of sales will be donated to the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance.

The iconic Beverly Hills steakhouse is offering a holiday prime rib dinner, which includes salad, creamed spinach, creamed spinach, creamed corn, mashed potatoes, and other fixings. The meal varies in price and is available for a range of sizes: two to four people ($279), six to eight ($399), and twelve-sixteen ($649).

Le Pain Quotidien

Le Pain Quotidien is offering three classic to-go pies. Choose between chocolate pecan tart, maple pecan pie or pumpkin pie. Pick-up only at one of their many locations across the city. Individual slices will be available on-site.

The signature Los Feliz neighborhood restaurant is back, once again offering sides for your Thanksgiving feast, like roasted brussels sprouts, heirloom carrots, brown butter pumpkin pie, and much, much more. Unfortunately, their deep-fried turkeys are already sold out. Call the restaurant to place an order.


Loam, the new restaurant at the Ace Hotel in Downtown LA, is offering a three-course Thanksgiving prix-fixe menu to-go. For $98, you’ll get things like cider-brined turkey, mushroom risotto with rosemary, and pumpkin tart or mulled wine-poached pear for dessert.

Santa Monica's Lunetta is offering a three-course Thanksgiving dinner to-go for $110 per person this year. You'll get to choose from a short list of crowd-pleasing classics like roasted maple herb turkey, gruyere-topped mashed potatoes, candied yams, and pumpkin pie. Be sure to place your order before the Friday, November 18th deadline.

The DTLA location of Mastro’s Ocean Club is offering a luxe $350 Thanksgiving takeout package this year that feeds four. Each package includes a ready-to-grill aged prime rib and sides like caesar salad, green beans, garlic mashed potatoes, and creamed corn, as well as a bananas foster butter cake for dessert. Order before November 21st for pickup on November 23rd.

This modern Mexican spot in Beverly Hills is offering a creative Thanksgiving takeout package that feeds 6-8 people for $450. Dishes include a pipian-brined organic turkey, mayacoba charro beans, baby corn esquites, mushroom and pine nut bread pudding, and a masa-crusted pumpkin pie. Available for pickup on November 24. Orders can be placed via Tock.

A giant plate of smoked meat will always make the holiday season a little bit better, and you won’t find a better one than at Moo’s: This family-run spot in Lincoln Heights is offering Thanksgiving meats, sides, and desserts for pick-up. The menu includes everything from smoked porchetta and prime brisket to smoked potatoes au gratin to a whole key lime pie. Be sure to place your order before the Thursday, November 17th deadline.

Culver City dumpling spot Ms. Chi Duck Dinner is doing a Chinese-style, tea-smoked duck package for Thanksgiving this year, with a takeout package that feeds for 2-4 for $99. Along with the duck, the package also includes steamed or pan-fried dumplings, salt and pepper shrimp, Chinese chicken salad, and mochi doughnuts for dessert. Orders can be placed via Tock.

At this upscale French bistro in Santa Monica you’ll find a “Thanksgiving At Home” takeout meal for $140 per person that includes roasted turkey breast, duck leg confit stuffing with black truffle gravy, green bean casserole, and a pumpkin basque cheesecake. Order can be placed via Toast for pickup on November 23.

The Peninsula in Beverly Hills has a special Thanksgiving at-home meal ($625). It’s prepared family-style and serves four to six guests, all orders must be received by November 18th.

With locations in Culver City and Gardena, Rutt’s is a convenient option if you’re looking for a reasonably priced Thanksgiving takeout package with a little Hawaiian flair. The restaurant is offering individually packaged plates for $12 each, as well as group packages that can feed up to 13-15 people for $190. Dishes include roast turkey, sweet yams or mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, mac salad, sweet rolls, and pineapple bread pudding for dessert. Orders can be placed online for November 24th pickup.

Salt & Straw

Salt & Straw is back with its annual Thanksgiving ice cream menu. You’ll find five new flavors, ranging from caramelized turkey and cranberry to pumpkin and gingersnap pie, available both in-store and for nationwide shipping.

Another barbecue option for Thanksgiving, Slab on W. 3rd St. has a takeout package that will feed four for $275. The menu includes smokey turkey with gravy and barbecue sauce, mac and cheese, cranberry sauce, cornbread stuffing, collard greens, and pecan pie. Orders can be picked up on November 23rd or 24th.


On the takeout menu for Cal-Mexican spot Socalo in Santa Monica this Thanksgiving are packages that can feed between 2-6 people for $30 per person. The menu includes roasted turkey with herbed gravy, sautéed greens, honey lime yams, cranberry relish, and smashed fingerling potatoes with chimichurri. Pickup is available on Tuesday, November 22nd or Wednesday, November 23rd between 1-6 pm. Order via Tock.

STK Los Angeles

From November 24-27th, STK Steakhouse in Westwood is offering a complete Thanksgiving dinner for two, including tender turkey breast, sage stuffing, sautéed green beans with crispy shallots, maple-baked sweet potato, and more. You can also add a slice of pumpkin pie and candied ginger cream for $12.

Superba is offering a pre-order menu (available at all four locations, including their newest in Hollywood) with an assortment of turkey, heritage ham, vegan stuffing, cranberry orange chutney, and classic pecan pie. Click here to order.

The Beverly Center’s Yardbird has several Thanksgiving To-Go Packages, ranging from small gatherings (two-to-four people) to larger get-togethers (six to eight). Enjoy sage and celery stuffing, fresh cranberry relish, and giblet gravy, alongside your turkey and mashed potatoes. Prices for each to-go package range from $290-$550 depending on the size of your party.

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