Grab a Thanksgiving reservation while you can | Eat Drink
How we celebrate it varies greatly, but food plays a big role. This is for those of you who have decided not to cook this year and have been blown away by the great restaurants offering take-out dinners. This deadline has passed. If supermarket lines aren’t your idea of giving thanks, and you can escape World Cup games and American football all day, here’s a partial list of Westside restaurants.
According to Open Table, some restaurants will be open for Thanksgiving and reservations are going fast. If you want to stay close to home, here are some options.
At Hotel Erwin, you can get your gratitude with a Thanksgiving menu paired with seasonal cocktails for $60 per person (Click here to make your reservation). Too drunk to drive home? You can also spend the night! Best Rates HERE.
As for other places taking vacation bookings:
Palma (Californian) – Santa Monica
Calabria (Mediterranean)- Santa Monica
Massilia (French)- Santa Monica
Benihana (Japanese) -Santa Monica
1 pico (Californian) – Santa Monica
Del Frisco’s Grill (Steakhouse) -Santa Monica
ivy at the shore (Californian) – Santa Monica
Osteria del Fornaio (Italian) – Santa Monica
Gyu-Kaku (Japanese) – Santa Monica
1212 Santa Monica (Californian) – Santa Monica
The Penthouse Restaurant (Contemporary American) – Santa Monica
The Draycott (Californian) – Pacific Palisades
Sestine (Vegan) – Culver City
Manpuku West LA Japanese (Japanese) BBQ Dinner
The Torito (Mexican) – Santa Monica
Caravan Swim Cub at June Hotel (Californian) Playa Vista
Sushi Miyago (Japanese) Brentwood
SALT (Californian) Marina del Rey
zincic Venice (English) – Venice
The Torito (Mexico) Marina del Rey
FIA (Italian) Santa Monica
Restaurant by the sea (contemporary Latin) Marina del Rey
Baja Canteen (Mexican) Venice
double zero (Vegan) Venice
Taste bud (Farm to Table) Santa Monica
Pink Venice – Brunch only
We also hear that McDonald’s (all locations) will be open if you fail completely.