Deciding on a great restaurant to have your Thanksgiving dinner? Check out The Churchill, the fabulous new neighborhood gastropub, featuring turn-of-the-century inspired decor, and a farm-to-table local and sustainable menu. They make all their own pastas and sausages and cure their own meats. and have a separate pastry chef that bakes their own breads and pastries.
On Thanksgiving Day, The Churchill will serve a special 3-course Thanksgiving prix-fixe menu for $35. Wine, cocktail and beer specials will also be available.
Guests will select one item per course.
- Roasted Tahitian squash soup with amaretto foam
- Arugula salad, candied pecans, pumpkin vinaigrette, pomegranate
- Traditional plate: white/dark meat, chestnut dressing, spiced cranberry sauce, whipped potato, traditional gravy, blue lake almondine
- Braised beef cheek, confit carrots and shallots, bordelaise, gremolata
- Stuffed heirloom squash, red winter wheat berry, glazed carrots, creamed spinach, tomato sauce
- Pumpkin cheesecake, candied pecan crust, red currant gastrique, cinnamon chantilly
- Heirloom apple crustada, vanilla ice cream, caramel
- Spiced pumpkin infused rum, egg white, bailey’s, honey, cinnamon rim, fresh ground nutmeg $12
- Daily happy hour $4 wells, select wine and craft beer 3-7pm
Incognito Blend- Lodi, CA 2009 $15 Bottle
Windmill Zinfandel- Lodi, CA 2007 $20 Bottle
The Churchill is located at 8384 W. Third Street, Los Angeles, CA 90048.
Encompassing a restaurant, bar, sidewalk patio, newsstand and take away window, The Churchill is a vibrant addition to the West Third Street scene. Open seven days a week, The Churchill will serve continuously throughout the day. The take away window features a separate street-food specific menu. Happy hour will be held daily from 3-7 pm and Sunday and Monday feature late night happy hours starting at 10pm. Dj’s spin Thursday through Sunday nights.
Reservations can be made by calling 323-650-8384. Find The Churchill at www.the-churchill.com
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Written by Jane Emery