All of these are takeout options, most of which have to be ordered in advance.
If you object to cooking this year for whatever reason or just feel like dining out, these spots will serve up the traditional Thanksgiving meal for the whole family on Thursday, November 23.
Thanksgiving is a time where people reflect back and give thanks for what they have. Here are five events this week whether you need a little help or can help out yourself.
Long Beach community members ditched the long lines at retail stores today, opting instead to lend a helping hand during the county’s largest Thanksgiving service event, Great Day of Service Friday.
Whether you’ve burnt the turkey to the point of no return, or you’re just not cooking this year, read below for five places that will do the cooking for you.
There are five cures for your Thanksgiving day and dinner freak out, and they’re all located just below this sentence. Give thanks, stress-free, by hauling the fam to one of these Long Beach eateries and getting your grub on without a care in the world (except for all those things you’re thankful for, of course).
Martin Luther King, Jr. Park will be home to a festive and altruistic drawing Saturday. The lucky winners will get first dibs on quality turkeys, Thanksgiving baskets and pies, courtesy of the Long Beach Ministers Alliance.
More than 2,000 homebound seniors across Southern California had something to be thankful for on Thanksgiving Day, when they were treated to traditional turkey dinner thanks to Independence at Home (IAH) by SCAN Health Plan.
Where to get your Thanksgiving grub in Long Beach without the kitchen headaches.