Explore an array of Thanksgiving dining options in Los Angeles, ranging from exclusive restaurant menus to upscale takeout offerings. We have handpicked restaurants across the city to ensure your holiday celebration is both delicious and memorable.
Nov. 23. Casa’s Terrazza Lounge offers a Thanksgiving brunch and dinner with an ocean view, featuring a coastal-inspired menu. The culinary highlights include roasted Cinderella squash soup, autumn kale salad with lavender goat cheese, linguine with clams and truffle potato gnocchi. The main attraction is Mary’s slow-roasted organic turkey accompanied by apple and chestnut stuffing, mashed purple sweet potato, citrus cranberry sauce, fresh vegetables and homemade gravy. Dessert options include chocolate eclairs, apple pie and pumpkin cheesecake, with regular and vegan choices available. Dinner is $125/person from 3-9pm and lunch is $115/person from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 1910 Ocean Way, Santa Monica
Nov. 23. Curtis Stone’s acclaimed steakhouse offers a luxurious four-course Thanksgiving meal for dine-in guests. The culinary feast begins with a rich, smoked chestnut veloute and roasted kabocha squash. The centerpiece of the meal is a slow-roasted turkey alongside housemade honey-glazed ham. For dessert, guests can indulge in a selection of crafted pies, an excellent way to end a festive meal. 1–6 p.m. seatings. 6600 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles
Nov. 23. This all-day Portuguese eatery will serve a three-course prix fixe Thanksgiving meal on its patios and dining room. The menu begins with a choice of starters including diver sea scallops, potato sweet garlic and marcona almond soup, organic salad or a crab cake. The main course features a maple herb turkey plate accompanied by sides like cheesy potato gratin, rum pineapple candied yams, cranberries, gravy and stuffing. For dessert, options include pumpkin pie, apple pie or a dark chocolate tart. $120 per person, $55 per child 12 and under. 2420 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica
Nov. 23. The newly opened Espelette restaurant at the five-star hotel is celebrating Thanksgiving with a special dinner accompanied by live entertainment on Thanksgiving Day. Guests can indulge in a three-course prix-fixe meal, starting with family-style starters like beef tartare cones or langoustine papillote. Main course options include wagyu beef tenderloin, Ora king salmon, or whole-roasted Maine lobster. Dessert choices feature a chocolate pecan tart, apple tarte, or house-baked pumpkin pie. Prices are set at $175 per person and $75 for children 12 and under. Available from 1 p.m.-8 p.m. 9850 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills
Nov. 23. Enjoy a four-course Thanksgiving brunch from Castaway, blending traditional favorites with contemporary culinary creations. Savor a diverse array of dishes, such as the classic chicken and waffles, lobster eggs benedict and bottomless mimosas. As the day transitions into evening, they offer an à la carte dinner menu, catering to a wide range of palates and preferences from the restaurant’s dinner menu. 10:30 a.m.–3 p.m. for brunch, 5:15 p.m.–8:30 p.m. for dinner. 1250 E. Harvard Rd., Burbank
Nov. 23. SALT Restaurant & Bar at Marina del Rey Hotel presents a scenic Thanksgiving dinner with stunning marina views. The culinary team has crafted a festive menu featuring seasonal favorites such as Japanese squash coconut bisque, Tuscan kale-endive salad, braised beef short rib and Mary’s organic turkey. The meal is completed with traditional desserts like pecan pie and pumpkin pie, all served in an inviting waterfront setting. 4-10 p.m. 13534 Bali Way, Marina del Rey
Nov. 23. Beachside Restaurant & Bar at the hotel is serving a three-course prix fixe Thanksgiving meal. The menu includes a harvest salad, creamy corn chowder with crispy bacon, turkey, honey-glazed spiral ham and a choice of classic pumpkin or pecan pie. Accompanying sides feature mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and roasted Brussels sprouts. An additional limited a la carte menu is also available. The prix fixe meal is priced at $70 per person. available from 12-10 p.m. 14160 Palawan Way, Marina Del Rey
Nov. 23. Second Story at Hotel Belamar is presenting a prix fixe holiday menu. The meal begins with fresh-baked dinner rolls and butter, followed by a Caesar salad featuring grilled romaine hearts, garlic herb crostini and homemade dressing. For the main course, guests have the choice between house-roasted turkey and pineapple-glazed ham. The meal concludes with a choice of dessert, either pumpkin pie brûlée or a berry tart. 11 a.m. to close. $49 a person. 3501 Sepulveda Blvd., Manhattan Beach
Nov. 23. FYC Bar + Kitchen is set to present a special three-course Thanksgiving menu. The meal begins with a choice of acorn squash soup or quinoa kale salad with cranberries and walnuts. For the main course, options include roast turkey or pineapple glazed ham accompanied by traditional trimmings. The meal concludes with a selection of desserts, offering pumpkin pie, warm bread pudding or NY Cheesecake. $45 a person. 3-10 p.m. 322 N. Pass Ave., Burbank
Nov. 23. Come enjoy a Thanksgiving feast at Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. They are offering a 3-course prix fixe menu at $75 per person and $55 for children ages 3-12, and they are bringing back their classic Pilgrim Punch, available by the glass or in a large punch format. Featuring ingredients from apple to cinnamon and cranberry, this cocktail showcases the best flavors fall has to offer, complemented by the deep notes of Bulleit bourbon to warm you up on a cold November night. Thursday, 5-11 p.m. 8555 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles
Nov. 23-26. Ristorante Per L’Ora, located beneath the impressive 20-foot golden-coffered Italianate-style ceiling of the historic Bank of Italy building, known as the Giannini, provides a unique setting for a special Thanksgiving dinner. The menu features oven roasted turkey, priced at $65, with a choice of white, dark or mixed turkey, accompanied by whole roasted sweet potato, focaccia stuffing, creamed spinach, traditional cranberry sauce and sage gravy. For dessert, a Basque cheesecake is offered for $15, served with citrus caramel and cinnamon crème, adding a refined touch to the holiday feast. Hours vary for holiday, check website for more details. 649 S. Olive St., Los Angeles
Photo credits: Hotel Per La Per L’Ora 1 courtesy of The Ingalls. Photos courtesy of BallentinesPR. Other images are courtesy of the venues featured.