Thanksgiving: Where to eat in LA

Want to leave the cooking to someone else this year?  You’re in luck, as always our wonderful city is offering some great Thanksgiving alternatives to staying at home that will keep you stuffed all night long!

The Blvd at the Beverly Wilshire

Chef Claudia Fossa has prepared a 3-course, $125 menu to celebrate Thanksgiving in THE Blvd, located in the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, overlooking Rodeo Drive!


Diners can have a tasty, traditional Thanksgiving supper or a taste of Northern Italy at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood.  In addition to the family-style Thanksgiving feast, those with a craving for Chef Andrea Cavaliere’s classics, can order from a condensed version of the regular All-Day menu.  The Thanksgiving dinner will be $50 for adults, and $25 for children 12 and under.

Thanksgiving at Descanso Gardens

Share a festive, no-fuss Thanksgiving at this Descanso tradition. Enjoy favorite holiday dishes, some innovative new flavors, and vegetarian options. $45 members, $53 nonmembers; $19 children 4 to 12.

Tavern: Carnivores, Vegans and Vegetarians delight!

Suzanne Goin & Caroline Styne’s popular neighborhood restaurant in Brentwood, presents a complete Thanksgiving, designed for meat lovers, vegetarians and vegans, satisfying everyone in the family circle.  Pricing is $65 per adult, $35 for children 12 and under. No charge for children 4 and under.

The Hungry Cat: Seaside Thanksgiving

A complete seaside Thanksgiving Day Dinner created by Chef David Lentz and Chef de Cuisine Kris Longley, featuring Thanksgiving classics with a touch of Maryland and optional à la carte selections from The Hungry Cat ocean-fresh Raw Bar. $65.00 per guest, $32.50 Children 10 and younger.

I give my THANKS to Discover LA for all of this amazing information!  For even more Turkey Day suggestions please visit Discover LA!


Categories: Dining Event, Holiday Dining Events, Restaurant News, Uncategorized

Author:The Food Pervert

Tara Redfield, The Food Pervert, is an actress, writer, host and obviously food lover. She started her blog and website, "The Food Pervert," in 2010 after an incredible visit to New York City. Her soul acknowledged a genuine passion for food and a desire to share her experiences with friends and family. She’s been sharing ever since. One of her most exciting experiences living in Los Angeles has been working on the TLC reality cooking show, “The Take Home Chef” with the charming and talented Curtis Stone. Redfield has a true love for cooking, dining, travel and story telling. She continues to spread the food love by visiting restaurants, markets, and food festivals as often as possible and sharing her finds through photos and stories. TV Host Representation: Paul Barrutia Commercial Talent 9255 Sunset Blvd. Ste. 505 West Hollywood, CA 90069 310.247.1431


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2 Comments on “Thanksgiving: Where to eat in LA”

  1. November 22, 2013 at 10:32 am #

    If you and I were both in town… We’d def head to two of these places!! Lunch and DINNER baby!! 😉

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