2024 Best Thanksgiving Restaurants in Los Angeles Area

Dining Out for Thanksgiving in Los Angeles

If laboring in the kitchen all day doesn't sound like your idea of a holiday, leave it to the professionals to prepare your Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, November 28, 2024.

For an all-American feast of turkey and all the trimmings, visit these Best Thanksgiving Restaurants in Los Angeles. And best of all? No dishes to wash.

SUGGESTED READING:
- Thanksgiving Takeout in Los Angeles
- Best Thanksgiving Restaurants in other cities
- The Best Wines for Thanksgiving Dinner in 2024 by GAYOT's Wine & Spirits Editor
- Thanksgiving Planner for recipes & cocktails to make at home and healthy tips.
 
The Arbour
13/20
California fare and craft cocktails on Pasadena’s South Lake Avenue. See More

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The Arthur J
14/20
A mid-century modern steakhouse from chef David LeFevre and the Simms Restaurant Group in downtown Manhattan Beach. See More

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bashi
13/20
This upscale-casual restaurant at the Terranea Resort serves contemporary Asian cuisine and sushi. See More

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The Belvedere
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Signature restaurant at The Peninsula Beverly Hills. See More

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Bourbon Steak
15/20
Chef Michael Mina's posh steakhouse at The Americana at Brand in Glendale. See More

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Boxwood
14/20
All-day restaurant serving global fare at The London West Hollywood. See More

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Caldo Verde
14/20
Read the full review and see a photo gallery of Caldo Verde, chef Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne Portuguese-inspired restaurant at Downtown LA Proper Hotel.

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The Cat & Fiddle
13/20
Beloved The Cat & Fiddle has re-emerged in a new home on Highland Avenue. See More
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Catalina Kitchen
14/20
Catalina Kitchen offers all-day dining and New American fare. See More

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