After spending some quality time with your family on Thanksgiving Day, you may want to get out and grab a drink with friends or those same family members that will be open on this national holiday. While many restaurants will be open for Thanksgiving, we put our focus the best drinking establishments located within Los Angeles that be open for the holiday. These are the best.

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71 Above
633 W. 5th St. 71st Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071
(213) 712-2683

71 Above is a great eatery and restaurant perched high above downtown Los Angeles and offers sweeping views of the city. The restaurant and bar will be open on Thanksgiving day and night from 5pm-2am. Guests at 71 Above can enjoy some special drinks, including the cranberry martini.

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1886 at The Raymond
1250 S. Fair Oaks Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91105
(626) 441-3136

This Thanksgiving, 1886 at The Raymond is welcoming guests into their cozy cottage bar located in the heart of Pasadena for great drinks and company. If you want to experience Thanksgiving in a glass, 1886 is your place from 12pm-9pm. They are offering three specialty Thanksgiving cocktails and a modified bar snack menu on the holiday. Try their honey nut old-fashioned, “frank underwood” cocktail or “brown derby” drink alongside the modified bar snack menu offered from 12pm-7pm.

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257 S. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 372-5189

In the heart of DTLA, fresh and local ingredients reign supreme at Spring. Located on the first floor of the historic Douglas Building, Spring is offering a specialty Thanksgiving cocktail called “apples to apples” from 11am to 4pm.

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The Daily Pint
2310 Pico Bl.
Santa Monica, CA 90405
(310) 450-7631

The Daily Pint has been in business since 1987 specializing in craft beer. In fact, they have 35 on tap. They also offer plenty of whiskeys, including a selection of over 1000 both domestic and imported. On Thanksgiving night, they will be open from 7pm-2am and will be serving draft beers at happy hour prices. The pool tables will be open for free games as well.

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Playa Provisions
119 Culver Blvd.
Playa Del Rey, CA 90293
(310) 683-5019

Located within Playa Provisions, Grain is a speakeasy-inspired bar that will be open from from 3pm-8pm. Enjoy a cocktail from the autumn menu, which includes the fall fashioned, the cranberry gin fizz and the #SquashGoals.

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Ever Bar
Kimpton Everly Hotel
1800 Argyle Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(213) 279-3534

The casually stylish social hub of the Kimpton Everly Hotel will be open from 3pm-12am serving its full range of quirky, music-inspired craft cocktails. In honor of Thanksgiving, head over to this new Hollywood hangout and try out the “bone thighs & harmony,” made with duck confit bone broth, “I’ll make clove to you” or “apples to apples” drinks!

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SALT Restaurant & Bar
Marina Del Rey Hotel
13534 Bali Way
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
(424) 289-8223

SALT in Marina Del Rey will be open from 11am-12am allowing guests to enjoy serene views of the sparkling marina while noshing on fresh Californian cuisine. To pair with their specialty Thanksgiving menu, try the fall guy cocktail, made with Remy 1738.

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21500 Pacific Coast Highway
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
(714) 845-4776

The signature gastro-bar of the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa will be open on Thanksgiving from 3pm-8pm. Guests can enjoy seasonal, grill-centric small bites or can a traditional Thanksgiving dinner plate while sipping on specialty cocktails like the autumn Manhattan and the quince MD.

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The Beverly Hilton’s Lobby Lounge and the bar at CIRCA 55
9876 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 274-7777

The hotel’s lobby lounge and restaurant bar are both open for Thanksgiving, with the Lobby Lounge serving guests from 6am-2am and CIRCA 55 from 11am-11pm. Some of their signature winter cocktails being served are the smoked maple, lemon & chamomile and the Southern gentleman.

Jarone Ashkenazi is a freelance writer who covers restaurants, bars, travel, sports and other lifestyle topics. View his work at, or connect with him on Twitter: @JaroneAsh.

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