A wide array of South Coast Plaza’s renowned restaurants will be offering Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, November 27. Can’t wait for Turkey Day?
Turkey selections are available now for shoppers at select restaurants in honor of the season.
Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale’s South Coast Plaza
$75 per adult, $25 per child under 12, exclusive of tax and gratuity
The three-course menu with choices features favorites such asmarket oysters,Maine lobster chowder, and roasted heirloom beet salad; entree selections like slow-basted organic turkey, crispy skin Scottish salmon, and filet mignon. Desserts include roasted pumpkin tart and poached pear au gratin.
Leatherby’s Cafe Rouge
11 am-4 pm
$48 per person, $19 children 10 and under (two courses), exclusive of tax and gratuity
New this year offering Thanksgiving dinner. Enjoy choices from the three-course menu such as starters of modern beet salad or lobster coconut bisque. Guests may select organic free range roast turkey with all the trimmings, local halibut or braised natural beef short ribs. Dessert is either pumpkin pie or chocolate namelaka. For complete menu go to:
$45 per person, $19 for children 10 and under, exclusive of tax and gratuity
The three-course menu with choices includes seasonal favorites such as brown butter butternut squash soup, roasted turkey with all the trimmings, petite filet, scallops, duo of lamb, pumpkin pie and more. For complete menu, go to:
11 am-8 pm
$27.95 for turkey entree, child’s portion $12.95
Seasons 52 will once again be open for Thanksgiving. A la carte menu will be offered along with a special turkey entree of roasted turkey and gravy, herbed stuffing golden mashed potatoes, butternut squash, French green beans and housemade cranberry relish.
Scott’s Restaurant & Bar
$50 per adult, $12 for children under 12, exclusive of tax and gratuity
The three-course dinner offers a variety of choices from Scott’s famous calamari, butternut squash soup, oven roasted turkey with all the trimmings, signature sea bass, salt crusted prime rib and pumpkin cheesecake to name a few.
The Capital Grille
$36 per adult for Thanksgiving entree; $15 for children 12, exclusive of tax and gratuity
In addition to the a la carte menu, The Capital Grille offers a traditional Thanksgiving entree with slow roasted turkey and all the delicious trimmings.
11 am-6 pm
$22.99 to $33.99 depending on entree, exclusive of tax and gratuity
The three-course menu features a choice of one entree such as roasted turkey, broiled salmon or slow-roasted prime rib with a choice of soup or salad and dessert.Vegetarian entrees are priced at $16.99 per adult and $10.99 for children 12 and under.
THANKSGIVING TO GO
$245 for 8-10 guests
$155 for 4-6 guests
The “Big Package Turkey Dinner” features a 14-16 lb slow-roasted turkey and all the classic sides, plus pumpkin pie for $245. The small dinner includes a 5-6 lb turkey breast with all the trimmings and pie for $155. Pick-up hours on Thanksgiving Day are from 9 am-1 pm. Take-out dinners must be pre-paid by credit card.
For a high-quality, quick bite Lawry’s offers its platter meal, which includes carved turkey, cranberry-pear relish, gravy and a choice of one signature side and Carvery coleslaw for $15.99. Lawry’s also offers three turkey sandwiches: the King of Clubs ($10.99), Turkey Classic ($9.99) and the Turkey Carver ($9.99).
For holiday-inspired entrees, Ruby’s features aturkey dinner with hand-carved turkey breast and all the trimmings ($12.99) and a turkey pot pie with mixed vegetables in a creamy sauce ($10.99).Ruby’s also offers a classic fresh roast turkey breast sandwich with tangy cranberry sauce ($9.49), and fourturkey burgers, smothered with fresh toppings and sauces, all served on a grilled wheat bun (all $9.99).The annual favorite, a creamy, frosty pumpkin spice shake, is back for a limited time and is available for $2.99 at Shake Happy Hour Monday-Friday, 3-5 PM