Citrin is doing lots of shareable seasonal fare over at his greenhouse-esque space inside the Line Hotel, and come Thanksgiving the eatery will offer a three-course holiday menu with family-style sides. Starter options include butternut squash agnolotti and a salad of fall greens, pears, beets, and blue cheese, in addition to entrees of prime rib, mustard-crusted salmon, herb-roasted turkey with pomegranate gravy, and four solid sides including cranberry sauce, two types of potatoes, and Szechuan-style Brussels sprouts. For dessert, you’ve got your pick of three pies or a chocolate option.
Details: 12pm to 8pm; Adults $79, Children $35; Reservations OpenTable.
If you’re ready for a very Moscow Thanksgiving, find your way to this ornate Eastern European banquet hall (hello chandeliers and neon lights!) that will be doing one of its big, bad over-the-top feasts this year. There'll be more than a dozen Russian specialty appetizers, including assorted smoked fish, liver pate, shrimp cocktail, and blinis with red caviar, along with meaty mains of turkey, fried chicken, chicken kebab, and lamb chops topped off with Russian Napoleon cake and (hopefully) lots of vodka.
Details: $75 person. Reservations at 323.653.7820
Choose from multiple elegant options for your holiday meal at two of the SLS Hotel’s José Andrés-helmed restaurants. Tres will be offering a buffet brunch filled with luxe offerings like chilled seafood, smoked salmon, and caviar displays, carving stations, and Andres’ signature gazpacho, in addition to lots of lots of pastries and a bottomless bubbles option. Later in the day, Tres will shift focus to a three-course prix fixe offering with entree choices of organic turkey or grilled lamb chops. The adjacent Bazaar will be offering a fancy, family-style feast “José’s Way” come dinner time, featuring the chef’s fabled caprese with liquid mozzarella and a mix of traditional American and Spanish-inspired sides along with a pumpkin cremeux dessert option.
Details: At Tres, brunch is 11:30am to 4pm ($85 adults, $45 children), and dinner is 5pm to 9pm ($75). Dinner at The Bazaar by José Andrés is from 4pm to 8:30pm ($110 adults, $55 children). Reservations via OpenTable.