Where to Have Thanksgiving Dinner in La Jolla

Do you want to enjoy your Thanksgiving but not get stuck cooking? We’ve got you covered. Here are three of our favorite La Jolla locations offering Thanksgiving dinners.

The Marine Room

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The combination of outstanding cuisine and service and dramatic view has made The Marine Room in La Jolla Shores one of the best-known and favorite restaurants in San Diego, and even in the country, for more than 71 years. They have a special holiday menu that you can find on their website. Seating is open and available on November 22 from 12pm to 7 pm. Make a reservation ahead of time by calling 866.644.2351.

NINE-TEN

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An ongoing commitment to innovative cuisine using only the freshest local produce makes NINE-TEN a must visit for culinary aficionados. This intimate restaurant, led by award-winning chef Jason Knibb (a 2011 Iron Chef America Challenger and 2010 Rising Star Chef winner), offers the perfect combination of sophistication and casual elegance and an ideal location along Prospect Street. Reservations are required. Please (858) 964-5400 to to make a reservation between 3:30 and 8:30 pm. Children 12 and below get a discounted price of $25.

The Shores

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Located right on the beach in the Spanish-style La Jolla Shores Hotel, the Shores Restaurant serves Sunday brunch and breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily with menus featuring Southern California’s fresh produce and specialty items from both American coasts. Whether you prefer a family meal or a romantic dinner for two, you’ll enjoy the friendly service with the surf, or even the sunset, in the background.

For Thanksgiving, adults eat at $64 per person, and children can eat for anywhere from $5 to $38, depending on age. Food will be served from 10:00am-7:00pm. Reservations aren’t required, but you should reserve your spot by calling 866.644.2630

Small Business Saturday, November 30th

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Black Friday is a week from today. It’s a great day for capitalism and consumerism in the United States. Shoppers stand in long lines that wrap around their favorite retail buildings hoping to get a good deal on their favorite goods.

There is another way to shop and you don’t have to rush through your family Thanksgiving dinner, or set an alarm to head to the store at 3 in the morning. It is Small Business Saturday. Continue reading