November Festivities in Los Angeles

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Gobble Gobble! Los Angeles is full of fun holiday events throughout the month of November! Indulge in delicious homecooked traditional thanksgiving treats, turkey trot runs, harvest festivals and much more! For those that are ready to ring in the holiday season, we also provided a few Christmas related events to get you in the spirit!

Thanksgiving at Cafe Sevilla

November 28 – 11:30-10 pm

Enjoy a 3-course Thanksgiving meal along with live music playing from 4:30-8 pm at Cafe Sevilla in Downtown Long Beach. This 3-course meal will consist of your choice of soup or salad, choice of seafood, ham or turkey and delicious pumpkin pie. View the full menu here. The price of adults is $39.50 and kids 10 and under are $19.50.

Thanksgiving Day at The Belvedere

November 28 – 11:30-8 pm

Executive chef David Codney is feeding the mouths of hungry Angelenos power lunching (or brunching or, uh, having dinner) at this Beverly Hills hot spot. Smoked salmon and truffle mac and cheese can be ordered alongside bowls of butternut squash bisque or traditional Caesar salad, but be sure to stop in for a Champagne brunch on Sundays, where you can wolf down buttermilk biscuits and a Croque egg cocotte.

Harvest Festival in Griffith Park

November 10

Celebrate autumn’s glory in L.A.’s largest urban park! Now in its third year, the Griffith Park Harvest Festival is an all-day celebration that brings together visitors & residents from across Los Angeles on Veteran’s Day weekend. Enjoy live music, a variety of innovative food trucks, a beer garden featuring independent craft brews, dozens of local vendor booths, and a free screening of “Coco” the movie once the sunsets.

Turkey Trot Los Angeles

Thanksgiving morning, November 28

Join thousands of runners and walkers for the seventh annual Turkey Trot Los Angeles on Thanksgiving morning. The seventh annual Turkey Trot Los Angeles presented by UAE-USA United. Participate in the 5k, 10k, or 1-mile Widdle Wobble for kids. Everyone gets a race shirt, sparkly finisher medal, and bib. The event will take place on Thanksgiving morning – November 28, 2019, from 8:00 a.m. to noon. Packet pickup opens at 6:45 a.m. on race day.

Knott’s Merry Farm

Nov. 22- Jan. 5

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas is right around the corner and Knott’s is ready to ring in the holiday season. Knott’s Merry Farm is a huge Christmas celebration for all ages, enjoy live entertainment, a crafts village, festive food and nightly snow in a Ghost town.

Dana Wharf Whale Watching

Embark your journey on a whale and dolphin tour, offered daily. Visitors can take a voyage with Orange County’s original whale watching company. Riders on one of Dana Wharf’s many vessels often see whales, dolphins and sea lions while embracing the majestic coastline of Dana Point, all these excursions are narrated by expert naturalists. In addition, Dana Wharf is endorsed by renowned wildlife artist Wyland.

Holidays at Disneyland

November 8-January 6

Experience the Most Magical Time of Year with Celebrations Throughout Both Parks—from November 8, 2019, to January 6, 2020! Nearly a million sparkling lights, thousands of beautiful decorations and holiday entertainment around every corner, one of the best ways to rekindle the joy of the season are during Holidays at the Disneyland Resort. Find your jolly at the place where everyone is welcome to be a wide-eyed kid again!

L.A. Zoo Lights

November 15-January 5

Glowing animals welcome you on an unforgettable nighttime journey that includes the world’s largest illuminated pop-up storybook, a magical disco ball forest, giant glittering snowflakes, and a twinkling tunnel filled with dynamic swirls of color. L.A. Zoo Lights is a not-to-be-missed holiday light experience and has glowed brighter each year since its debut in 2014. This year’s event features more light animals than ever before, spectacular new additions – both hand-crafted and high-tech – and returning favorites.