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By Jill Weinlein, 11/15/2012

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Home for the Holidays

(photo courtesy of Off Vine)

Off Vine restuarant invites you to “Come home for the Holidays” and experience a traditional Thanksgiving dinner served in a Craftman style home in the heart of Hollywood. The menu offers a first course of carrot-ginger soup, followed by mixed field greens with toasted pecans and bleu cheese, and then a choice of entrée – roasted turkey, prime rib or wild filet of salmon. Be sure to order one of their famous soufflés for dessert – chocolate, raspberry, grand marnier or pumpkin. Call (323)962-1900 to make reservations. 6263 Leland Way, Hollywood.

 

Thanksgiving Cooking Class

On Saturday, Nov. 17, Chef Andrea Cavaliere is hosting a class at Cecconi’s on how to make traditional and Northern Italian side dishes for your table. Guests will get to taste all the dishes prepared. The class and tasting is $65 per person and begins at noon. Cecconi’s is open on Thanksgiving and is serving a family-style dinner that includes BN Ranch free-range organic turkey. The sides include black truffle mashed potatoes, butternut squash tortelli, and honey roasted heirloom carrots. Desserts are pumpkin pie, pecan tart or spiced cardamom gelato with crème fraiche. Adults $50 and $25 for children under 12. 8764 Melrose Ave. (310)432-2000.

 

Foodink Catering

Dinners to-go are available year round with flavorful bacon wrapped beef filet, soba noodles with coconut-poached shrimp, and pomegranate-braised chicken breasts with hearty corn and garnet yam succotash. During Thanksgiving Foodink offers a feast for $42.50 per person. Order a thyme orange brined turkey with apple, leek and brioche stuffing with a chardonnay jus. The sweet potato and garnet yam mash is a tasty side dish. When you pick up, be sure to shop for epicurean ingredients, like truffled dwarf peaches and rosemary tortas. 1105 S. La Brea Ave. (323)934-9401.

 

Grandma’s Healthy Food

Vegetarians will enjoy Grandma’s healthy and nutritious catered Thanksgiving dinners. Each dish is free of hydrogenated oils, animal derivatives, refined sugars, GMO or MSG. All menu items are 100percent vegan. Enjoy a brown rice and corn bread stuffing with gravy, mac and cheese, yams, potato salad, kale and cranberry sauce. Same day delivery service is available in Park La Brea, Miracle Mile and Mid-Wilshire. You must order by 10 a.m. Monday-Friday to have your meals delivered the same day. Call (323)290-1234 or go to www.grandmashealthyfood.com.

 

Auntie Em’s Kitchen

Celebrate Thanksgiving at home without cooking. Auntie Em’s pre-order festive menu includes a choice of herb roasted turkey breast with gravy or a vegetarian savory nut pie with mushroom gravy. Other items include a chipotle pumpkin soup, sweet potato casserole and roasted root vegetables. For dessert, try Auntie Em’s classic pumpkin or apple pie. Everyone will enjoy a seasonal pumpkin cupcake. The $35 per person Thanksgiving package includes an entrée and sides. Desserts and a la carte items start at $9.95. Call Jeff Fleming at (310)595-5659 or by email jeff@auntieemskitchen.com. Meals need to be picked up between 8 a.m. to noon on Wed. Nov. 21. Home delivery is $25.00. 4616 Eagle Rock Blvd. (323)255-0800.

 

Coast Beach Café

Enjoy a casual three-course Thanksgiving meal for $39 per person. Start with a butternut squash soup with Dungeness crab, then a turkey with all the fixings and finish with a pecan pie and scoop of salted caramel ice cream with a touch of bourbon cream. 1 Pico Blvd.  (310)587-1707.

 

Street

Let Susan Feniger and Kajsa Alger make your Thanksgiving Day meal with an international twist. Vegan and vegetarian options are included. Place your order at least 3-days in advance before the big day. Start with pumpkin and poblano tamales, spiced potato samosas and Greek artichokes.  Your guests will be delighted with the pumpkin cannelloni shells and chicken and waffle croquettes. Pick up your order by Nov. 21. 742 N. Highland Ave. (323)203-0500.

 

Comme Ça

Chef David Myers is making Thanksgiving easier in your home by preparing pies to-go. His pumpkin pie, bourbon pecan, heirloom apple and almond tart and ginger with dates cake with a creamy maple icing is available 48 hours in advance during the rest of November. 8479 Melrose Ave. (323)782-1104.

 

SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

Culinary Director Jose Andres invites guests to enjoy a Thanksgiving Day gastronomic journey at Tres and Bazaar located in the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills. Menus are available for brunch and dinner. Brunch begins at 11 a.m. at Tres for $49 per person and dinner starts at $47 per person after 5:30 p.m. At The Bazaar by Jose Andres a prix fixe menu is $65 per person from 4 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. 465 S. La Cienega Blvd. (310)246-5555.

 

Beaujolais Nouveau

Celebrate the release of Beaujolais Nouveau 2012 at Mercedes-Benz of Beverly Hills Friday, Nov. 16. Guests can enjoy a dinner and live cabaret show for $50 when purchased online. Dinner is a 4-course French buffet with preferred reserved seating. Guests receive a Georges Duboeuf souvenir glass of wine upon entrance and another glass of wine with dinner. For those wishing to taste the Beaujolais Nouveau and see the show, tickets are $20 online. Guests may purchase food from several food stations in the market place. 9250 Beverly Blvd. (310)659-2980. Buy tickets at www.beaujolaispassions.com

 

The Parish

Want to try a Thanksgiving meal with a modern English gastropub vibe? Instead of turkey, The Parish is offering a Bishop’s roast dinner featuring a whole roasted chicken with country-style ratatouille and a half-gallon jug of Black Market Contraband beer for $75. It serves 2 to 4 guests. Chef Casey Lane also is cooking up on Sun. and Mon. nights, his signature fried chicken entrée served with grilled peaches or Brussels sprouts topped with date vinaigrette for $25. 840 S. Spring St. (213)225-2400.

 

Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air

Brunch and dinner are served at this elegant dining spot from noon to 8 p.m. Start with a savory breadbasket with a bowl of roasted pumpkin soup. Organic heritage turkey is served with sourdough-brioche bread stuffing. Along with sides of sweet potato gratin, yello potato puree, and babt turnips and carrots, guests have a choice of an assortment of desserts and pies. All of the leftovers will be wrapped with a bow for you to take home. The holiday meal is $140 for adults and $65 per child 12 and under. 701 Stone Cyn. Rd. (310)909-1663.

 

One Pico

Start your day at the beach at Shutters and dine at One Pico for a Thanksgiving feast for $75 person. The eclectic menu includes dishes like beef carpaccio, wild mushroom ravioli and salted caramel ice cream in addition to traditional Thansgiving dishes. 1 Pico Blvd. (310)587-1717.

 

Greenleaf Thanksgiving Catering

Greenleaf Gourmet Chopshop is a healthy casual restaurant that prepares traditional Thanksgiving dishes without the traditional calories. Place your order at least 48 hours in advance and then come by to pick your feast up a day or two before Thanksgiving. Some of the standouts include agave-roasted yams, whole grain stuffing with vegetables and fresh herbs and a roasted turkey breast with garlic and rosemary. There are two locations is Los Angeles. 9671 Wilshire Blvd. (310) 246-0756 and 1888 Century Park E. (424)239-8700.

 

CAFÉ del REY

Located in Marina del Rey along the marina docks, Executive Chef Daniel Roberts is preparing a three-course menu for $55 per person. The menu highlights include butternut squash soup, cider glazed pork loin with savory polenta, and sweet potato pecan pie with vanilla ice cream and bourbon caramel sauce. 4451 Admiralty Way (310)823-6395.

 

Inn of the Seventh Ray

Enjoy Thanksgiving in the bucolic Topanga canyon. Chef Bradley Miller prepares a farm-to-table style five-course Thanksgiving feast. Highlights include a spinach-artichoke jar, creamy fire roasted chestnut soup, maple syrup and apple cider brined free-range turkey and a feast of fall vegetables. Full-course meals are $59 per person. Flights of wine are $40. Children under 12 are $25. 128 Old Topanga Cyn. (310)455-1311.

 

Napa Valley Grille

Take a little bit of Napa home with you for Thanksgiving. Takeaway dishes that serve 8 to 12 people range from $9 to $85. Chef Taylor’s housemade cranberry orange sauce, turkey gravy, Diestel turkey breast and/or leg, roasted yams and pumpkin pie will please everyone at your table. Reserve your meal by emailing westwood@napavalleygrille.com by 5 p.m. on Wed. Nov. 21. Pick-up is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. 1100 Glendon Ave. (310)824-3322.

 

Huckleberry Cafe & Bakery

Get a sweet treat and cup of Verve coffee when you pick up your no-stress Turkey Day meal. Your guests will adore turkey meatballs, classic mac and cheese and brioche rolls with housemade apple butter and cranberry chutney to accompany a braised Mary’s free-range turkey. The sister restaurant, Milo & Olive is providing artisan breads to accompany your meal.  Servings range from 8 to 10 guests. Items range from $7.50 to $55. 1014 Wilshire Blvd. (310)451-2311.

 

LA Market Restaurant

A festive 3-course menu is available from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Kerry Simon’s pumpkin-sausage stuffing goes nicely with his roasted cage-free turkey breast and cranberry compote. Finish with a classic bourbon pecan pie with caramel sauce and chocolate-spiced whipped cream. Adults are $62, children under 12, $21. 900 W. Olympic Blvd. (213)765-8630.

 

Public Kitchen & Bar

Chef Tim Goodell is preparing traditional Thanksgiving dishes inside the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sea Bass with sweet potatoes comes with a béarnaise sauce. Warm kabocha squash has ricotta, rapini leaves dusted with pumpkin seeds. Enjoy pecan, pumpkin or apple pie for dessert. The meal is $50 for adults and $40 for children. 7000 Hollywood Blvd. (323)466-7000.

 

MB Post

Bring side dishes home for your Thanksgiving meal. One package serves up to 4 people and includes stuffing with wild rice, pork sausage and sage. A cranberry kumquat relish and whipped garlic and olive oil potatoes. Another package serves 6 to 12 people. A dozen bacon cheddar buttermilk biscuits are $30. Orders must be placed by Nov. 19 at 5 p.m. Pick-up on Wed, Nov. 21 between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. 1142 Manhattan Ave. (310)545-5405.

 

Got Kosher

Got Kosher Café is offering  fresh fava bean soup with harissa and lemon, turkey stuffed with preserved lemon and olive couscous, giblets, currants and slivered almonds and sides. Choose from harissa mashed potatoes, cumin carrots, garlic and parsley haricot verts or sweet potato and pineapple stew. Finish with pecan or pumpkin pie. 8914 W. Pico Blvd. (310)858-1920.

 

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