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Lamb with wild aspargus offered at Ford's Filling Station.

Lamb with wild aspargus offered at Ford's Filling Station.

For those who don’t have time to pop a turkey in the oven or don’t want to deal with the hassle, Los Angeles restaurants are staying open for Thanksgiving, offering turkey and all its trimmings and other unique dishes.

Larchmont Grill
The Hollywood restaurant on Melrose Avenue will offer a special holiday turkey plate and dessert for $32.95 for the holiday or patrons can just order from the regular menu. The Larchmont Grill serves American comfort food in a charming two story craftsman-style home and is taking reservations on Thanksgiving Day from 2-8 p.m.

Lamb with wild asparagus at Ford's Filling Station.

Ford’s Filling Station
This gastropub in Culver City is will serve a traditional family-style Thanksgiving meal from 2pm to 8pm on Thanksgiving. The meal includes smoked and roasted turkey, sausage cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes with roasted garlic and sweet butter, along with apple, pecan and pumpkin pies for dessert. Dinner is $55 for adults and $45 for kids 12 and under. Additional sides are available for $7.

The Hungry Cat
Giving thanks can come with a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean at The Hungry Cat, located in Santa Monica Canyon off Pacific Coast Highway. Starting at 1pm on the holiday, The seaside eatery is cooking up deep fried turkey and various sides for $65 per guest and $32.50 for kids 10 and under. Their raw bar will be served a la carte, too.

LA Prime at The Westin Bonaventure Hotel
This Downtown New York-style steak house will serve a special three- and four-course special Thanksgiving menus from 2-9 p.m. The three-course menu costs $55 per person and it’s $65 for four courses, which include choices of roasted autumn butternut squash soup, baked Washington oysters in the shell, rotisserie baked wild turkey and whole baked stuffed spicy blue crab, along with desserts.

Duplex on Third
Duplex in Beverly Hills will host a three-course prix fixe meal from noon until 8pm on Thanksgiving, featuring traditional roast turkey, grilled salmon, roasted duck, beef short ribs and dessert. Dinner is $49 for adults and $15 for kids 10 and under.

Article by Mallory Carra, a Los Angeles-based freelance writer.