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Where To Have Thanksgiving Dinner In LA

If “basting” a turkey sounds kind of illegal, 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 (should I bake a pie this year? Can I invite my new girlfriend, or will that freak her out? Is it OK that I don’t enjoy turkey?). But guess what? Planning a sit-down dinner doesn’t have to be one of them. Here’s a list of Los Angeles restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner.

Looking for a guide to restaurants offering Thanksgiving takeout specials? We’ve got a guide for that right here.


The Barish

The Barish in Hollywood will be open for dinner service on Thanksgiving Day, with  reservations available from 3-8pm. In addition to their usual menu, this Italian steakhouse will also be offering a couple of new fall dishes like quail with harissa and fermented honey, pumpkin, gelato, and delicata squash with dates and pecorino. 

Price: $75-100 per person

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Le Petit Paris

DTLA’s Le Petit Paris is serving a four-course, pre-fixe Thanksgiving dinner this November 24th. The dinner special will run from 12-9:30pm, and the menu will involve your choice of dishes like mushroom arancini, beet carpaccio, beef bourguignon, and a tarte tatin with caramelized apples for dessert. The entire experience is $85 per person, and reservations are required. 

Price: $85 per person

If you're looking for a spacious spot to have a Thanksgiving meal outdoors in Santa Monica, check out Fia. This Italian restaurant  has a tree-filled back patio where you can enjoy a three-course, pre-fixe menu with some family and friends this Thanksgiving. The dinner is $95 per person, and comes with a butternut squash soup, your choice of entree, classic sides served family-style, and a slice of pie.

Price: $95 per person

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Santa Monica's Lunetta has three charming patios, a moody bar room with a fireplace, and a three-course Thanksgiving dinner served from 2-7pm. You'll get to choose from a short list of starters, mains, and desserts all for $95 per person. Expect crown-pleasing classics like roasted maple herb turkey, gruyere-topped mashed potatoes, candied yams, and pumpkin pie.

Price: $95 per person

West Hollywood’s iconic gay bar The Abbey is doing a three-course Thanksgiving meal this year. Stop by for dishes like lobster bisque, smoked turkey breast, truffle mash potatoes, and apple pie with a group of friends on Turkey Day. The set menu is $55 per person, and you can enjoy it on their patio under the shade of a massive rainbow flag.

Price: $55 per person

1 Hotel West Hollywood

The Sunset Strip hotel is offering two Thanksgiving specials: the first is a three-course, pre-fixe dinner ($95) filled with turkey day classics like roasted turkey and dutch apple pie. The second is a limited-edition sandwich called the Give Thanks sando ($22), which comes packed with smoked turkey breast, spice-roasted yams, brussels sprout slaw, and cranberry mostarda. All proceeds from this sandwich will go towards the Los Angeles Mission.

Price: $95 per person

The Beverly Hilton

The historic Beverly Hills hotel is offering both Thanksgiving brunch and dinner. Brunch will be served poolside with dishes like eggs benedict, smoked chicken thighs, and casserole, while dinner will be a traditional feast.

Price: $125 per person for Dinner; $85 per person for Brunch

Bourbon Steak in Glendale is serving an elaborate three-course meal, filled with dishes like squash and apple soup, bone-in dry-aged striploin, and ube basque cheesecake.

Price: $125 per person

Casa Del Mar Hotel

The Santa Monica hotel will serve a three-course prix-fixe meal at both lunch and dinner. Expect live music, crab and ham croquettes, braised beef short ribs, and fuji apple tarts.

Price: $125 per person

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.

Price: $42 for adults, $20 for children

The Venice restaurant is also doing a set menu for Thanksgiving. In addition to turkey, expect lots of non-traditional dishes like sunchoke rosemary soup, grilled escarole in pomegranate-persimmon vinaigrette, and cabbage covered in yogurt and baked in the embers.

Price: $125 per person

The restaurant at Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows in Santa Monica’s traditional Thanksgiving meal includes roasted turkey, apple and sage stuffing, a pumpkin crème brulee tart, and more.

Price: $88 per person

Meat On Ocean

On Thanksgiving Day, Meat on Ocean will be offering a three-course, traditional Thanksgiving meal in Santa Monica complete with roasted turkey, homemade sourdough apple-celery stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes, and more.

Price: $68 per person


Loam, the new restaurant at the Ace Hotel in Downtown LA, is offering a three-course Thanksgiving prix-fixe menu. For $98, you’ll get cider-brined turkey, mushroom risotto with rosemary, and a mulled wine-poached pear with coconut almond streusel and oat cardamom sorbet.

Price: $98 per person

Loews Hotel Santa Monica

The Santa Monica beach hotel is throwing a festive Thanksgiving dinner at Blue Streak Restaurant. A family-style menu of traditional turkey dinner will be served, alongside all the normal fixings.

Price: $95 per person, $35 for children 10 and under

The London Hotel Penthouse

The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills (confusing, we know) is serving a three-course meal on Thanksgiving Day. You’ll dine on their covered patio area and enjoy manila clam chowder, braised beef short ribs, tandoori-spiced cauliflower steaks, and more.

Price: $95 per person

Ojai Valley Inn

The iconic Ojai Valley Inn will be hosting a Thanksgiving Grand Buffet with seatings at 12pm and 4pm. Guests can feast on a specialty buffet featuring locally grown produce, plus various Thanksgiving classics and desserts. Each ticket includes unlimited wine and soft drinks.

Price: $175 per person, $60 for children under 12

Romano's Macaroni Grill

Honestly, Thanksgiving prix-fixe dinner at Macaroni Grill sounds like heaven on earth, the kind of fantasy we didn’t even know we could wish for. They’ll be serving a traditional three-course prix-fixe menu, including a soup or salad, roasted turkey breast (with all the fixings), and a special dessert.

Price: $34 per person

The Peninsula in Beverly Hills has a traditional Thanksgiving feast at the Belvedere, complete with a live jazz trio from 11am-7pm.

Price: $175 per person, $75 for children under 12

Saddle Peak Lodge in Calabasas will be hosting their annual Thanksgiving feast from 12-8:30pm. There will be a four-course menu ranging between bison tartare, pear salad, turkey plates with roasted breast and leg confit, and pumpkin pie.

Price: $105 per person, $65 for children

The oceanfront Santa Monica restaurant will serve a three-course menu. In addition to turkey and dry-aged wagyu, there will also be cranberry salad, truffle caviar mousse, lobster with potato fricassee, burrata and jamon, and stuffed yellow squash.

Price: $125 per person

STK Steakhouse

From November 25-28th, STK Steakhouse in Westwood is offering a complete Thanksgiving dinner including tender turkey breast, sage stuffing, sauteed green beans with crispy shallots, Yukon gold potatoes, and more. You can also add a slice of pumpkin pie and candied ginger cream for $12.

Price: $64 per person, $29 for children 12 and under

Sugar Palm

Sugar Palm in Santa Monica is serving a three-course prix-fixe menu including a bunch of vegan options. There is vegan harvest salad, pinot noir braised venison osso buco, and three distinct desserts: apple pie à la mode, s'mores, vegan pumpkin spice baklava.

Price: $125 per person, $50 for children

THE Blvd

The Thanksgiving feast at the Beverly Wilshire hotel (in Beverly Hills) will have live music, pumpkin hazelnut ravioli, turkey roulade, and seafood, oyster and shrimp cocktail enhancements.

Price: $125 per person

The iconic Atwater Village pub is offering two Thanksgiving options - one is the complete turkey dinner, which comes with roasted turkey, traditional stuffing, market vegetables, mashed potatoes, and more ($34 per person). The other serves individual cuts of prime rib, plus lots of fixings, and ranges from $45-$62 per person.

Price: $34-62 per person

The Beverly Center’s Yardbird has a special Thanksgiving menu, complete with Charleston crab soup, melted leek potato gratin, biscuits stuffed with sage and celery, and an herb-roasted turkey dinner. All dishes are offered a la carte.

Price: $50-100 per person

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