21 Los Angeles Restaurants To Order Your Entire Thanksgiving Feast

Let's be honest — the best part about Thanksgiving is eating all the delicious food. The cooking? Not so much. Hours spent in the kitchen preparing and cooking dish after dish is exhausting to even the most seasoned of cooks, not to mention the clean-up after. Luckily, restaurants have caught on to this and many have started to offer entire Thanksgiving feasts available for pick-up.

Maybe you just want to grab a few sides to make your life a little easier, or maybe you want to pick up the entire meal so you don't have to worry about a thing. Either way, there's a restaurant on this list that has just what you need. Some places are offering each item a la carte, and others, the entire feast as a complete package. From Santa Monica to Pasadena, there is sure to be a place to order your entire Thanksgiving feast nearby.


Superba is the all-day eatery of our dreams. The first location opened in Venice, and since then has expanded to spots in Hollywood, North Hollywood, and Pasadena. For this year's Thanksgiving, it is offering a full spread available for pickup at any of its locations. Pre-orders are available through noon on November 17 (or until they sell out), so make sure to get your order in early. Pick-up is on November 24 between 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m.

The main items on the menu include rosemary and honey brined whole roasted turkey and a glazed Beeler's heritage ham. No Thanksgiving is complete without the sides, and Superba is offering everything from sausage stuffing to parsley breadcrumb-topped macaroni and cheese to the classic old-fashioned turkey gravy. There are also three different holiday pie options, like Honeycrisp apple with brown butter crumble, and classic pecan, as well as a solid range of sourdough boules and baguettes — Superba is famous for plus biscuits and Parker house rolls.

The Village Bakery and Cafe

Over in Atwater Village is a neighborhood favorite, The Village Bakery and Cafe, where the team is serving up awesome baked goods and tasty breakfast and lunch items all day. For Thanksgiving, The Village Bakery is offering complete dinners for two to six people, as well as a whole slew of individual, a la carte items. The Thanksgiving packages include roasted turkey breast, turkey gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, garlic mashed potatoes, green beans with wild mushrooms and crispy shallots, rustic rolls, and a pumpkin pie.

Everything in the package is available individually, as well as other items like a vegetarian nut loaf, a parsnip and apple soup, and a shaved Brussels sprout salad. Of course, The Village Bakery is also offering a wide range of desserts, including seven types of pie (with gluten-free variations available) and three kinds of cake. There are even raw pie crusts in tin plates so you can bake them at home the easy way. Pick-up times are available on November 22 and 23, as well as November 24 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.


Erewhon market is known to the Los Angeles community as the go-to spot for $17 probiotic smoothies and shelves of rainbow-colored organic produce. The hot food bar is always full of delicious and fresh food that's perfect for lunch on the go. For Thanksgiving, the talented chefs at Erewhon will be pumping out seasonal mains and sides for pick-up to save you the hassle of cooking.

Erewhon offers several complete packages as well as individual items. Don't feel like making the turkey, but love making sides? Just order the fully roasted bird based on the number of people you plan to serve. This is also one of the only places in town to get a completely vegan Thanksgiving meal. The package is all organic and comes with vegan lasagna, green beans, wild rice stuffing, roasted Brussels sprouts, yam puree, and a vegan pumpkin pie to finish it off.

Slab BBQ

Over in La Brea is a Texas-style barbecue joint that's putting its own spin on Thanksgiving. Slab BBQ is once again offering up a complete Thanksgiving package with plenty of emphasis on smoky barbecue flavors. The total package costs $275, and that will include a whole smoked turkey that serves four to six, along with turkey gravy, house barbecue sauce, cranberry sauce, mashed potato, cornbread stuffing, macaroni and cheese, collard greens, dinner rolls, and a choice of pumpkin or pecan pie. Additional upgrades include two pounds of smoked brisket or another whole smoked turkey, so you have enough for leftovers.

It's a one-and-done deal, so you can't order a la carte options. If you're ready to go all-in on a barbecue Thanksgiving, head over to Tock to pre-order now.


The Los Angeles outpost of the Southern-inspired restaurant, Yardbird may be one of the best places in town to get fried chicken. For Thanksgiving 2022, Yardbird is offering a full feast for dine-in or take-out, including a whole roasted turkey, a whole host of sides, as well as the signature 27-hour brined fried chicken. Full packages come in two sizes, small (serves two to four) and large (serves six to eight). The package comes with turkey, mashed potatoes, biscuit stuffing, green bean casserole, bourbon glazed yams, cranberry relish, biscuits, and gravy.

There's an optional add-on brown butter bourbon pumpkin pie with candied pecans and honey whipped cream for $40. The fried chicken add-on comes with 24 pieces of chicken, plus macaroni and cheese, and more biscuits. Ordering is available on Tock and all orders come with a complimentary bottle of wine.

Etta Culver City

Etta is one of the great neighborhood restaurants of Culver City, serving up wood-fired Italian delights daily. For Thanksgiving, the chef brings his signature flavors to the holiday feast in a convenient take-out kit. This is a complete, prepaid package that serves four for $250. The kit comes with cooking and preparation instructions to finish the meal up right before serving. The meal starts with black truffle Parker House rolls and a Brussels sprout salad with pistachios and herb vinaigrette.

The main course is a fire-roasted turkey breast and thigh with sweet onion gravy, potato puree, and leek and mushroom stuffing. Of course, because it's Etta, a Neapolitan ragu lumache is also on the menu, along with charred sweet potatoes and a pear and cranberry cobbler to finish it off (along with burnt cinnamon ice cream). Pick-up times are on November 22 and 23 between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Get a head start and order now before all the slots are sold out.


Venice-based bakery, cafe, and deli, Gjusta, is another Los Angeles hotspot that is offering Thanksgiving to-go this year. Everything is available individually, so you can custom-make your own meal or just pick up a quick side. Protein options include a roasted turkey (half or whole bird available), prime rib with seasoned, dry-aged porcini mushrooms, and slow-baked salmon with mustard and dill. Options for sides include Gjusta classics like the market green salad, and Thanksgiving favorites, like crème fraîche mashed potatoes, celery, and leek stuffing, and roasted Brussels sprouts with apple cider glaze.

Thanksgiving isn't complete without dessert, and Gjusta's amazing bakers have come up with a selection of pies to complement the main meal, including a Marina Di Chioggia pumpkin pie, with a choice of vanilla whipped cream, spiced crème fraîche, or crème anglaise. Order cut-off is on Monday, November 14 at 4 p.m., so make sure to make your selection by then.


Another restaurant in Culver City is bringing the heat this holiday. Akasha calls itself "New American," and the menu ranges from Italian pasta to South Asian curries. Like years in the past, Akasha is offering a local market-sourced Thanksgiving take-and-bake meal. All dishes are created for re-heating and instructions come with the package. Unfortunately, due to shortages, the team at Akasha is not offering turkeys this year. However, all of the sides are available.

Choices include three different stuffings (classic, vegan, and gluten-free), mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, roasted mushrooms, macaroni and cheese, cauliflower gratin, as well as gravies and cranberry chutney. Akasha has some of the best options in town for the vegan and gluten-free crowd, including pies and bread. Orders must be placed by November 16 at 3 p.m.

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

Inside the Peninsula Hotel is the classy European-style brasserie, The Belvedere. The Belvedere has put together a stunning Thanksgiving menu for a meal to be remembered. The spread includes house-made cornbread, pumpkin seed butter gougères, pecan nut caramel brioche, a Belgian endive salad, seared diver scallops with watermelon, saffron risotto with braised veal cheek, green bean cassoulet, chestnut stuffing, mashed potatoes, turkey sage gravy, and, of course, a whole roasted turkey. Dessert consists of spiced pumpkin pie and a quart of popcorn ice cream, plus a bottle of champagne to wash it all down.

The package serves six people and will run you back $625. Pick-up is only available on Thanksgiving day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and spots are already selling out, so pre-order soon via Tock.

The Beverly Hills Hotel

One of the fanciest spots to pick up Thanksgiving dinner this holiday season is most likely The Beverly Hills Hotel. This 5-star luxury hotel is one of the most iconic places to grab lunch in Beverly Hills, and the same chefs that churn out the delectable salads and burgers at the Polo Lounge are whipping up a dazzling Thanksgiving spread that serves six to eight people.

The prepaid package comes complete with an 18-pound roasted turkey, gravy, stuffing, buttered baby carrots, and green beans, maple glazed sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes with chives, charred Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, house-made rolls, and classic pumpkin pie. Pick-up times are available on Wednesday, November 23, and Thursday, November 24, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.


Chefs Susan Feniger & Mary Sue Milliken love cooking up their take on "locally-sourced, often organic Mexican fare" night after night to hungry Angelenos. For the holiday, they are offering a Thanksgiving dinner that includes roasted turkey, herb gravy, sautéed kale, Swiss chard, honey-lime yams, cranberry relish, and smashed fingerling potatoes with chimichurri. Also on offer is a huge range of add-ons, with everything from chicken pozole soup, to smoky roasted cauliflower with chipotle garlic mojo, to a vegetarian taco kit.

Quality craft cocktails, like margaritas and micheladas, can also be added to your order, as well as Mexican craft beers and wines. For a south-of-the-border twist on Thanksgiving, Socalo is the one to pick. Preorders can be made on Tock, and pick-up is on November 22 or 23 between 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.


Chef Josiah Citrin's 14-seat restaurant Mélisse is one of the hottest tables in town, with a two-and-a-half hour culinary experience dazzling dinner guests night after night. If you can't get a reservation, no problem. This year the chef has written a Thanksgiving menu with all the same quality and creativity as the regular dinner menu.

The Thanksgiving menu starts with a fall green salad and traditional pumpkin soup. The main course includes both herb-roasted turkey with chanterelle mushrooms, apple, and brioche Stuffing, and a dry-aged prime rib with horseradish jus. It wouldn't be Thanksgiving without sides, and chef Josiah's mom has inspired the selection: praline pecan yams, Szechuan green beans, mashed potatoes, and fresh cranberry sauce. Dessert includes both apple and spiced pumpkin pie.

The prepaid package is $300 and serves two. Optional add-ons to the package include a selection of batched cocktails and a solid list of wines expertly chosen by the house sommeliers.


Michelin-starred French bistro Pasjoli is one of the hottest tables in Santa Monica. Reservations can be hard to come by, at times. Luckily, Pasjoli has put together a stunning French-inspired Thanksgiving menu that has all the holiday favorites, with a few twists. The heat-and-serve meal comes with roasted turkey, truffle gravy, herbes de Provence stuffing, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes, haricot vert casserole, harvest grain salad, apple crumble, and a pumpkin burnt basque cheesecake.

There are also a few add-on bundles of wine available if you want to cross another errand off the list in one go. Ordering is available through Toast, and pick-up is on Wednesday, November 23 during regular business hours. The meal kit is $140 per person, a steal for this level of culinary excellence.

Nonna Mercato

Nonna Mercato is the Italian market and bakery in Long Beach where you can get artisan loaves of bread, fresh pasta, viennoiserie, brunch, lunch, and cocktails every day (except Monday) from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This year, Nonna Mercato has a Thanksgiving dinner package for just $275 that feeds six people. It consists of organic roasted turkey breast with brown butter and rosemary, baked turkey leg rillette with breadcrumbs, gravy, mashed potatoes with roasted garlic, country bread stuffing, Brussels sprouts "al Forno" with guanciale, baked cacio pepe gnocchi, flaky butter rolls, and fresh cranberry sauce. Each package comes with a choice of pumpkin, apple, or chocolate pecan pie, and additional pies are available for an upcharge. Pick-up is on November 23 and everything comes ready to simply heat and serve.

Colossus Bread

Colossus Bread is a little bread bakery in San Pedro making a big name for itself for the bakers' signature long-fermented sourdough bread and skillfully crafted pastries. Luckily for us, the team at Colossus is offering a Thanksgiving menu available to go, with two different pick-up locations, one in Long Beach and one in San Pedro.

Side options include garlic and melted leek mashed potatoes, maple whipped yams, mushroom and sage stuffing, and cranberry compote. There will be a slew of bread-related items like sourdough breadcrumbs, brioche dinner rolls, and loaves of country bread. Like any great bakery, you can expect a full roster of desserts, like an organic apple pie with a brown butter oat crumble topping, a pumpkin and pecan gingersnap pie, a maple cream chess pie, and other assorted cookies and pastries.


In downtown Santa Ana, chef John Parker is whipping up seasonally-based dishes with creative flair night after night. For the Thanksgiving holiday, he brings his expertise to a take-and-bake menu available for preorder on Tock.

The menu is completely a la carte, and consists of options like a Wagyu fat confit turkey, with two pounds of heritage confit turkey meat perfectly prepared and ready to be crisped in your oven before serving, as well as a 2-pound bone-in short rib, black truffle potato gratin, or mushroom and gruyere stuffing. Other sides include items like slow-roasted sweet potatoes, hot honey-roasted carrots, classic cranberry sauce, and fluffy skillet cornbread with honey butter. Desserts range from classic to unexpected, like burnt basque cheesecake and mini pumpkin pies.

Veggie Grill

Plant-based chain Veggie Grill is a blessing to the vegan and vegetarian crowd of Los Angeles. With locations from Santa Monica to Pasadena, Veggie Grill always has a solid range of crave-able comfort food classics and fresh and crisp salads that even carnivores can enjoy. Each location offers a complete Thanksgiving meal for four, available for pick up or delivery.

The meal is a bargain at just $75 (for all four servings) and consists of "turkey" Wellington with walnut mushroom stuffing, macaroni and cheese with gremolata bread crumbs, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, mushroom gravy, green beans, and cranberry sauce. Dessert is also available as an add-on, and choices are a tray of carrot cake or chocolate spiced pumpkin cake. You have to put your order in by Wednesday, November 16, so make your choice soon!

Joan's On Third

Joan's On Third is the part-market-part-restaurant lunch hotspot that every Los Angeles resident must visit at least once. Whether it be for a chocolate chip cookie, or a soft and fluffy breakfast burrito, Joan's has a reputation for quality and reliability. As in years past, the team at Joan's is offering a full Thanksgiving menu available completely a la carte. Grab a side to pass off as homemade for your family get-together, or pick up a full meal so you can spend more time watching football.

The menu has a little bit of everything, from whole roasted turkeys to macaroni and cheese, to maple brown sugar yams. There is also butter lettuce salad with French feta and Joan's vinaigrette and butternut squash and pear soup, for a break from the traditional. Don't forget the pies, which are as beautiful to look at as they are delicious to eat.

West and Co.

The fresh, all-day restaurant in Culver City, West & Co. attracts diners from all over the city for its take on "California coastal cuisine" and solid offerings of brunch, lunch, and dinner. The menu options on tap for Thanksgiving are no different, and you can expect unfussy yet delicious versions of all the classic holiday dishes.

The menu is pretty standard, with roasted turkey breast, gravy, herbed stuffing, green beans, sweet potato mash, cornbread, cranberry sauce, and a choice of pecan pie or pumpkin cheesecake. Preorders must be in by Tuesday, November 22, and will be available for pick up on Thanksgiving Day starting at 11 a.m. Meals start at $36 per person, a steal for the amount of time and energy this holiday meal can take to put together.


Another one of the great all-day dining establishments of Santa Monica is Lunetta, with its awesome signature cocktails and dazzling brunch spread. For this year's Thanksgiving, Lunetta has created a very special holiday take-out menu with plenty of non-traditional options (if you're sick of the same old dishes), as well as beloved classics.

The menu starts off with a choice between seared diver scallops, an organic beet and tangerine salad, roasted chestnut soup, or crab cakes with apple agnolotti. The main course is a choice between the classic maple and herb roasted turkey (complete with candied yams, potato gratin, country bread stuffing, and gravy), a six-hour slow-cooked osso buco, or pan-roasted Atlantic black bass with tarragon gnocchi and mushrooms. Pricing is available per person, which makes Lunetta a great option if you have an irregular or an odd number of guests. Orders have to be placed by Friday, November 20.


Jar, the modern American chophouse near The Grove, is known for serving upscale takes on homey comfort foods, like the signature pot roast. For Thanksgiving, Jar has put together a special menu that is available for pickup the day before the holiday to help bring some of Chef Suzanne Tracht's gourmet cooking right to your table. The menu starts off with the chef's signature chestnut chickpea soup, as well as roasted turkey breast and confit leg and thigh, cornbread and turkey sausage stuffing, homemade cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, gravy, and Tuscan kale with a porcini broth.

The pricing is fair at around $100 per person, and packages are available for parties of four and eight. Jar is also offering an a la carte menu of sides if you prefer to cook the turkey yourself.