Thanksgiving symbolizes many things. Family, friends, parades, and lots of food. We’ve got you covered for those Thanksgiving dinner plans that you can enjoy with loved ones.
Dine in Los Angeles for Thanksgiving
L’Ermitage Beverly Hills
Nov. 24. Guests are invited to celebrate the holidays in Beverly Hills. L’Ermitage will be celebrating Thanksgiving with a selection of holiday favorites like turkey breast with confit leg stuffing and mashed potatoes with cranberry sauce. The hotel’s three-course meal features locally sourced ingredients makes for an indulgent holiday celebration. $75 per person. Thursday, 11 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. 9291 Burton Way, Beverly Hills. Call 310.278.3344 for reservations, or Book on OpenTable.
Dec. 24. Playa Provisions is offering to-go Thanksgiving sides & pies that serve 4 and an in-person Thanksgiving meal on Thanksgiving Day. The ine-in menu options include shaved fennel & persimmon salad and beer brined turkey with fixings (maple roasted yams, green beans, classic cornbread, butternut squash stuffing, gravy & cranberry sauce) and pumpkin pie. Or choose from the to go menu with bourbon pecan pie, caramel apple and all the sides mentioned above. In-person meal $62 per person. Thursday, 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. 119 Culver Blvd, Playa Del Rey. RSVP
The Godfrey Hotel
Nov. 24. Join The Godfrey Hotel Hollywood for Thanksgiving at ALK Restaurant. The Thanksgiving Feast includes a Savory 3 Course menu for $80.00 per person. Check reservation times. 1400 Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles. Reservations available at Opentable.com
Nov. 24. Everyone is welcome to celebrate at Estérel with a special prix-fixe menu. $50 per person and $35 for children 12 and under. A delicious and boozy PSL is also available separately, from mixologist Damien. Located inside the Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. Times Vary. 8555 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles. Reserve at Opentable.com
The Ritz Carlton Los Angeles
Nov. 24. Savoca at The Ritz is celebrating Thanksgiving Day by giving the gift of feast. Guests can enjoy a special three-course lunch or dinner holiday menu for $65 per person. Menu highlights include cast iron cornbread, homemade focaccia, sweet roasted butternut squash soup, sgnature spiced roasted turkey, and homemade pumpkin and pecan pie. Check reservation times. 900 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles. Reserve on Opentable.com.
H&H Brazilian Steakhouse
Nov. 24. H&H will be open all day on Thanksgiving offering a specially priced $65/per person AYCE churrasco menu that includes their usual 16 cuts of meat and sides plus freshly carved turkey and all of the fixings – stuffing, gravy, sweet potato casserole and cranberry sauce for no additional cost. Children 6 and under are free, and those 7-12 are half price. Two locations, Downtown and Beverly Hills, from 12 p.m. -9:30 p.m. Reservations are open now at hhsteakhouse.com
1 Hotel West Hollywood
Nov. 24. 1 Hotel West Hollywood’s 1 Kitchen is offering a Thanksgiving prix-fixe menu with wonderful traditional and vegan options. Main dishes include roasted heritage turkey with Yukon mashed potatoes, roasted brussels sprouts, giblet gravy and pan roasted salmon and celery root puree, cider beurre blanc, shaved fennel and pomegranate. These items will also be available a la carte at Juniper and for in-room dining for guests. Thursday from 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. Prix-Fixe Menu Offering $95 per plate / Children’s portion available for $45 per plate. RSVP
Nov. 24. Celebrate Thanksgiving dinner at Conrad Los Angeles’ signature restaurant San Laurel. Chef Jeffry Chen has prepared a holiday menu with a distinct Spanish accent including hand-cut jamón ibérico de bellota and local persimmons with creamy Stracciatella cheese and Marcona almonds. The main course includes roasted Mary’s Farm turkey with all of the fixings and Australian rack of lamb with grilled acorn squash and labneh. $140 per person. Thursday, at 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. RSVP
*Note: Before visiting venues, please call or check websites for possible menu/time updates.
Photo credits: San Laurel, Conrad Los Angeles. ALK, The Godfrey. Esterel, Sofitel. Other images are courtesy of the venues.