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6 L.A. Restaurants Doing Thanksgiving Dinner Delivery

Chandler Presson | November 4, 2020 | Food & Drink

Say goodbye to holiday stress! Here are six restaurants doing Thanksgiving dinner delivery in Los Angeles to ensure your family is eating well and staying safe during this unique holiday season.

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Jar

This Beverly Grove haunt does comfort food like no other, so it’s no surprise its Thanksgiving spread screams indulgence. Available for delivery in two-, four- or six-person servings, the three-course meal comes with all of your favorite fixings—from a first course featuring a butter lettuce salad to main course highlights like homemade cranberry sauce, cornbread, turkey sausage stuffing and, of course, a Thanksgiving turkey roasted to perfection. A family-style option is also available for pickup.

Akasha

For those wanting an unconventional holiday meal, Culver City-based Akasha is the place. Choose from a menu featuring savory dishes made with ingredients sourced from local farmers markets, plus gluten-free and vegan options, all conveniently available for pickup or delivery. Our recommendations for the perfect holiday binge? The herb-roasted king trumpet and maitake mushrooms with a cranberry margarita (or three) to wash it down and the indulgent chocolate bourbon pecan pie to cap it off. Fair warning: You may never go the traditional Thanksgiving route again.

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The Draycott

Given its ultrachic European ambiance and British-inspired menu, it comes as no surprise that The Draycott in Pacific Palisades serves its Thanksgiving meal with a twist. Available for delivery, pickup or alfresco dining on the expansive terrace overlooking the Palisades Village Green, the three-course menu features seared scallops with a celery puree, squash ravioli with ricotta and sage butter, and pumpkin pie served with a bourbon whipped cream. With this spread, you won’t have a chance to miss the stuffing and cranberry sauce this year.

Huckleberry Bakery & Café

Part of the Rustic Canyon Family, Santa Monica-based Huckleberry Bakery & Café makes everything on-site using top organic ingredients—including GMO-free dairy, meats and poultry—so you can feel good about what you’re putting in your body this holiday. Pulling from the restaurant’s famed catering menus, its Thanksgiving package includes signatures dishes, like the chimichurri-roasted carrots, alongside new November menu staples, including braised whole turkey legs, smothered turkey breast and gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie and sure-to-please turkey-shaped cookies.

Lucques Catering

This Beverly Hills staple makes the holidays as easy as pie (pun intended) with its savory Thanksgiving feast. Feeding 10 to 12 people, the meal includes all of the traditional fixings, including a whole, oven-ready brined turkey; traditional stuffing; sweet potatoes; Brussels sprouts; mashed potatoes; and two festive pies for dessert. Choose between delivery, pickup or—our favorite option—a hosted private event at home. This is one meal you’ll never forget.

Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air

This famed Bel-Air eatery serves California cuisine with a festive twist this Thanksgiving, incorporating locally sourced ingredients into an indulgent three-course meal. Each course more extravagant than the last, the crown jewel is without a doubt the roasted organic heritage turkey served with sage gravy, cranberry-quince chutney, chestnut Swiss chard and wild mushroom brioche stuffing. Insider tip: Order the pomme puree topped with black truffle butter for the ultimate decadent bite.



Photography by: Photos: by Aaron Cook; courtesy of The Draycott