Less Stress this Turkey Day...EAT OUT!

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

What can I say? If you are not a cook, don't know anyone who is a cook....or just need a break; treat yourself to a wonderful meal. Grab a couple friends and get over to Campanile. Sit back and be catered to at this grand historic restaurant. Had a wonderful Thanksgiving meal here, the ambiance is stunning, I highly recommend it. Call NOW as they are nearly at capacity.

Campanile is housed in an historic and dramatic structure built in 1929 by architect Roy Sheldon Price for Hollywood legend Charlie Chaplin. Mr. Chaplin originally intended to use the building for personal offices, but surrendered ownership to his second wife, Lita Grey, as part of their divorce settlement. In the late 1980s, following decades of neglect, the building was purchased by Executive Chef Mark Peel, former Pastry Chef Nancy Silverton and former Wine Director Manfred Krankl. Architect Josh Schweitzer supervised a complete remodel, converting the structure into a magical space intended for a bakery and restaurant. La Brea Bakery opened in January of 1989, with Campanile following six months later.

624 S La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 938-1447
$65 (1/2 off for kids under 12) Traditional fare includes such offerings as mushroom barley soup, rosemary-charred turkey breast, savory bread pudding and mashed potatoes, among others. Reservations from 2-8:30 pm.

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