The Best San Diego Thanksgiving Dinner Spots.

These venues have something for everyone this Thanksgiving, whether you want a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings, innovative takes on classic dishes at some of San Diego's best restaurants, or a delicious meal to-go (click here to go directly to take-out options).

Huntress, a sophisticated yet approachable dining experience, welcomes all lovers of high-quality food and cocktails with its unique taste combinations, unexpected pairings, and theatrical presentation.

Enjoy Huntress' creative take on Thanksgiving classics like pumpkin agnolotti, truffle turkey, confit turkey leg crepinette with sour cherries and truffle jus, and green bean en croute with prosciutto, mornau, and crispy onions.

Black Radish, North Park's French-inspired tiny restaurant, welcomes families this Thanksgiving. Their dark restaurant with couch booths, deep leather seats, and country house tables is appropriate for Thanksgiving family gatherings and thanks. 

On Thanksgiving Day, families of two to 16 can dine from 1PM to 6PM.Enjoy this seasonal culinary masterpiece that will make you thankful for $99 per person, with a five-course wine pairing for $49 extra.

The 1949 “Piano Building” in Bird Rock's seaside area houses Paradisaea, San Diego's most popular restaurant. 

 Paradisaea will offer locals and visitors a Thanksgiving prix-fixe menu with a California-cool twist, known for their elevated, yet approachable menu of thoughtfully crafted seasonal dishes made with the best coastal California has to offer. 

The entire menu and reservations will launch soon.In the northern end of Little Italy, San Diego's most popular dining area, Wolfie's Carousel Bar serves French bistro food in an immersive, Parisian-inspired ambiance. 

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