Gourmet food is on the menu for some of Los Angeles’ hottest chefs and restaurateurs.
Here’s a look at the top chefs and eateries who are bringing their culinary talents to the table this Thanksgiving:Mariana Cipriano, chef and co-owner of Mango and Peaches, celebrates Thanksgiving in a restaurant in Pasadena.
She says she plans to serve Mexican food on the side of the meal for guests.
Marianas Cipianos Mexican cuisine is based on a traditional blend of local ingredients that is also found in other parts of Mexico.
She cooks dishes like the famous Mexi-Cali, which uses fresh and slow-roasted peppers, onions, garlic and garlic-sliced meat.
Her dishes are a fusion of traditional Mexican dishes, like the Mexi Cali and the Mexicana, that are made with fresh, slow-cooked meats.
Ciprianos Mexicano-style Mexicans, also known as Mexicanes, are a combination of Mexican dishes that include meats, spices, sauces, and dressings.
Cocina Tacos, the newest Mexican restaurant on Broadway, is one of many in the city to serve a Mexican holiday meal.
Owner and chef María Luis García says her Mexican cuisine, with its roots in southern Mexico, combines traditional ingredients with regional flavors, including guacamole, salsa, cilantro, and cactus fruit.
Miles Morales, co-founder and coowner of Cinco De Mayo, the largest Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles, is celebrating Thanksgiving with a Thanksgiving dinner at Cinque de Mayo, his favorite restaurant in town.
Morales says he is trying to incorporate the traditional Mexican flavors of cumin, chili powder, cumin-infused cornbread, and green beans with fresh ingredients.
Cinco de Mayo is a popular spot for Latino immigrants to celebrate.
Cristian Sanchez, cohost of the weekly show “Cinq with Cristian,” is serving a Mexican Thanksgiving dinner in his hometown of Huntington Beach, Calif.
Sanchez says he hopes to use ingredients like cumin to add a touch of heat and flavor to the dish.
Cesar Chavez, owner of El Pollo Loco, is hosting a Thanksgiving feast at his Mexican restaurant.
He says the menu will include tacos and quesadillas, including turkey breast with bacon and lettuce.
El Pollo is also offering a selection of homemade tortillas and tamales, along with an assortment of traditional desserts.
Cinema de los Angeles, the theater company behind the classic movie “The Mummy” and its many sequels, is opening a Thanksgiving restaurant in Culver City, Calif., in November.
The Culver Palace is hosting the first Thanksgiving at the historic home of George Washington.
Cineplex Theater is celebrating the holiday with a Christmas dinner for a select group of celebrities, including Will Smith and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The show will feature a variety of traditional holiday dishes and will feature Christmas lights and lights and festive decorations.
Theater in Culvert City also is hosting an American Thanksgiving feast, including dishes like pork tenderloin with turkey breast and cranberry sauce.
The family-owned theater is offering an American holiday dinner in Culvers new Holiday Theater on Broadway at 10:30 p.m. on Nov. 23.
The dinner will feature holiday desserts and traditional Christmas gifts.
Culver Palace, the historic Hollywood hotel where Hollywood celebrities are staying during the holidays, is offering a holiday dinner for the entertainment community at its Holiday Inn Express.
Guests will enjoy traditional Thanksgiving meals, including pumpkin pie and a turkey dinner with cranberry-glazed apples, cranberry cake and cranberries.
The hotel has also launched a special Thanksgiving dinner for local celebrities, featuring an American Christmas gift, a festive Christmas tree and decorations.
The theater also is offering special Christmas gifts, including handmade snow globes.
Culture Club, a popular movie theater in the heart of Hollywood, is planning a Thanksgiving lunch at its movie house, which is located on the Hollywood Blvd.
side of Dolby Theatre.
The dining room will feature turkey with cranberries, turkey with roasted corn and mashed potatoes, and mashed pumpkin pie with cranbons.
Cultures dinner, a special dinner hosted by Culture Club, will feature the classic holiday favorites, including a traditional Thanksgiving meal with traditional Thanksgiving desserts and holiday gifts.
The restaurant is also opening a special Christmas tree.
Citro, a restaurant that opened in Culvey Park in 2007, is welcoming a Thanksgiving celebration for the entire family with its new Thanksgiving dinner.
The menu features a variety for Thanksgiving including turkey with pumpkin pie, turkey breast, cranberries and cranBerry ice cream, cranBerry cream, pumpkin pie stuffing, cranBier Bier, cran-apple cranberry cheesecake, cranBanana pudding and cranMango coffee with cran-berry juice.
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