The Bazaar: At The Bazaar, Jose Andres puts a Thanksgiving twist on his signature tapas with a traditional prix fixe menu. Get a choice of organic "family style" turkey or salt-roasted New Zealand snapper for $65 a person. 465 S. La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills; (310) 246-5555; thebazaar.com.
Bouchon Bistro: Bouchon offers its first-ever Thanksgiving dinner this year, which will consist of turkey and all of the trimmings: green bean casserole, corn bread and cranberry relish. The restaurant will also celebrate Black Friday with a two-for-one drink deal. 235 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills; 310-271-9910; bouchonbistro.com/beverlyhills.
Craft: Craft chef Ray England and pastry chef Shannon Swindle collaborate on a generous family-style feast that includes dishes such as diver sea scallops, lobster fritter with celery root remoulade, chestnut agnolloti and of course, turkey. $115 per person. 10100 Constellation Blvd., Beverly Hills; 310-279-4180; craftrestaurantsinc.com.
Mr. C Beverly Hills: At $80 a person, The Restaurant at Mr. C is doling out holiday favorites like Maine lobster bisque, pumpkin ravioli, chestnut stuffing and turkey. An a la carte menu will also be offered. 1224 Beverwil Drive, Beverly Hills; 877-334- 5623; mrchotels.com
Scarpetta: Scarpetta is offering a lavish all-day buffet. Some of the Italian-influenced dishes will include baked cicotta cavatelli with butternut squash, cornbread with prosciutto and thyme, and three different types of turkey. $95 for adults and $35 for children (4-12). 225 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills; 877-723-9910; montagebeverlyhills.com.
Tres: For $52 per person, Tres is hosting a lunch buffet that promises carving stations and caviar, but after 5 p.m. they will revert to their traditional dinner menu. 465 S. La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills; 310-246-5551; sbe.com/tres.
Café Pinot: Café Pinot is serving a Thanksgiving-inspired three-course menu from 2 to 8 p.m. Guests can choose between five appetizers, main courses like turkey breast and duck and black forest cake or pumpkin "pie" for dessert. $55 per person. Children 12 and under can order a kid's meal for $19. 700 West Fifth St., Los Angeles; 213-239-6500; patinagroup.com.
La Boheme: For $46, enjoy a three-course dinner served from 2-8 p.m. The main course is a choice between Diestel free-range turkey with traditional sides and a vegetarian gratin made with butternut squash, leeks and celery root. 8400 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles; 323-848-2360; globaldiningca.com/laboheme.
Patina: Celebrate Thanksgiving with a three or four-course feast at the famed Walt Disney Concert Hall. Beyond turkey, the Patina menu has offerings like Alaskan halibut, beef tenderloin with smoked bone marrow and even a selection of caviar (at an extra price). Three courses cost $55 while four cost $70. Children 12 and under can order a kid's meal for $19. 141 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles; 213-972-3331; patinarestaurant.com.
Trader Vic's: The classic tikki lounge is serving a hearty prix fixe starting at 4 p.m. The fixed choices include butternut squash soup, Trader Vic's traditional turkey dinner and the choice of pumpkin or pecan pie. 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles; 213-785-3330; tradervicsla.com.
The Pikey: The Pikey's Thanksgiving feast is all about turkey. Guests may choose from a "cruelty free" organic fried turkey leg or breast, each served with "all the traditional fixings" for $25. 7617 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles; 323-850-5400; thepikeyla.com.
Public Kitchen and Bar: The restaurant at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel will be open on Thanksgiving Day, featuring an as yet unreleased festive menu. 7000 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles; 323-769-8888; thompsonhotels.com.
FIG: Chef Ray Garcia is serving up Thanksgiving family-style with dishes like piloncillo and chipotle brined Mary's turkey. Meals begin at 12, 3 and 6 p.m. and cost $69 per person. 101 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica; 310-319-3111; figsantamonica.com.
The Hungry Cat: In addition to a deep-fried turkey dinner, the seafood restaurant will feature a raw bar a la carte and cups of Big Dave's special eggnog recipe. The feast is $65 per person and $32.50 for kids 10 and under. Kids two and under eat free. 100 W. Channel Rd., Santa Monica; 310-459-3337; thehungrycat.com.
JiRaffe: At $72 per person, JiRaffe will serve a three-course prix fixe that includes dishes like pancetta-wrapped sea scallops, Dungeness crab cakes, bouillabaisse and roast turkey. Supplemental sides and an amuse-bouche are offered for an extra charge. 502 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica; 310-917-6671; jirafferestaurant.com.
Joe's Restaurant: Joe's is serving a $60 Thanksgiving prix fixe with a country twist. Try their venison roast, black grouper, duck sausage and apple stuffing or their turkey, which comes glazed in mustard and rye bourbon. 1023 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice; 310-399-5811; joesrestaurant.com.
Tavern: Join chef-owner Suzanne Goin for a Thanksgiving prix fixe dinner, with a choice between a classic turkey breast-and-leg combo and the Vegan and Vegetarian Thanksgiving Extravaganza. $65 per adult, while children 12 and under eat for $35. 11648 San Vincente Blvd., Brentwood; 310-806-6466; tavernla.com.