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Thanksgiving in LA

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Normally my children and grandkids come to Pennsylvania where I prepare a huge, somewhat traditional Thanksgiving feast where the emphasis is on the multitude of side dishes in addition to the bird which might vary from turkey, to capon or even turducken. This year I'll be going to Los Angeles where most of my family is domiciled. I'm looking to host a Thanksgiving dinner for about twelve people including four active children aged seven and younger. I'm looking for restaurant suggestions. Price isn't a great concern, but comfort, food quality and a pleasant environment is. Any suggestions?

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LA's a big place. Could you narrow down the general area of town you'll be in?

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If you are in the Brentwood area, Katsuya Brentwood is open for Thanksgiving. I will be trying it for the first time myself as I am new to LA. I hear it's great. It's a Japanese restaurant with echoes of Nobu.

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If you are in the Brentwood area, Katsuya Brentwood is open for Thanksgiving. I will be trying it for the first time myself as I am new to LA. I hear it's great. It's a Japanese restaurant with echoes of Nobu.

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