Whether you want to give your oven a rest or just do something different this year, Pasadena has plenty of options to make your Thanksgiving delicious. Check out these restaurants serving up traditional and not-so-traditional options for the holidays:
For a very special treat, the luxurious Langham Hotel is serving up Thanksgiving treats all day long. Opt to dine in The Royce, the hotel’s new steakhouse or have a decadent brunch at The Terrace, which is offering an early Holiday Breakfast Buffet or a Dim Sum Breakfast Brunch with Sparkling Wine for late risers. For dinner, The Terrace is offering a Three Course Thanksgiving Menu, accompanied by live music. Choose from pumpkin bisque or beet salad as a starter, turkey, fish, a vegetarian option or pot roast for your entrée and finish with a cake or tart. Learn more about the various offerings here.
Maison Akira has created a special menu of traditional fall ingredients for Thanksgiving, with a distinctively modern twist. Check out the details on the restaurant’s Facebook page here.
Trattoria Neapolis is letting diners enjoy the holidays all through November and December and for Thanksgiving, they have a special take home option. You need to order by Monday, November 25th and they’ll have enough food for a small gathering all ready to go by Wednesday night. Visit the website for all the details.
The Raymond Restaurant is offering Thanksgiving favorites including turkey and prime rib and even some other options if you call in advance. Check out the Facebook page for details on making a reservation.
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse is serving up a three-course traditional Thanksgiving feast or you can pick up a few sides to go with your turkey. To see the menu and make a reservation, click here.
McCormick & Schmick’s is offering a complete Turkey Dinner with all the traditional accompaniments. Here’s the link.
Il Fornaio is giving Thanksgiving diners the option of choosing from a 4-course dinner menu for the table or a la carte items with Fall flavors—all with an Italian twist. Click here.
Gyu-Kaku is perfect for parties looking to celebrate the holiday a little outside of the box. For $25/person there’s an all you can eat feast of appetizers, BBQ, sides and finishing with s’mores. Check here.
And if you happen to be celebrating ” Thanksgivukkah,” the Dog Haus is offering a limited time dog devoted to the celebration, the “Thanksgivukkah Dog,” topped with tater tots to represent latkes. Here’s how that looks.