In search of a home that offers just the right amount of space to make it inviting and comfortable, with modern style? If so, a one-bedroom home at Metropolis may be your answer. Offering 12 different spacious floorplan layouts, each presenting unique design layouts to choose from such as an additional half bath or a cozy den. All one-bedroom homes come complete with sleek Caesarstone countertops, custom Italian cabinetry with LED lighting, and integrated Bosch or Miele appliances for creating all of those yummy holiday recipes. Bathroom features include custom-designed vanity, Hansgrohe & Durvavit fixtures, and a large soaking tub to unwind after long days of holiday shopping.


No time to cook? Don’t like to cook? Good thing DTLA has you covered with so many different dining options this Thanksgiving. From Vegan options to just the trimmings, the full bird package to-go, or fine dining with a view, this guide has something for everyone.

71Above – Dine 71 floors above Downtown LA with sweeping 360-degree views. Treat your loved ones to an unforgettable, not to mention instagrammable three-course Thanksgiving Meal. The prix fixe menu features Mary's Turkey Breast and family-style sides like Pomme Purée, Mushroom Stuffing, Roasted Carrots, and Mac & Cheese. Pricing is $95 for adults (with optional $48 wine pairing) and $45 for the Children's Dinner.

Café Gratitude –Whether you’re in charge of bringing a side dish or the main bird isn’t your thing, Café Gratitude has a variety of plant-based sides and pies. Specials include Cranberry Roasted Butternut Squash & Garnet Yams $35; Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes $25; Truffled Porcini Gravy $18; Maple Miso Brussels Sprouts $35; Pear & Pomegranate Chutney $18; French Lentil & Butternut Squash Loaf $35; Persimmon & Pomegranate Salad $35; and, of course, gluten-free pumpkin, chocolate coconut cream & apple pies $28. Order deadline Nov. 21 for pick-up in the Arts District.

Capital Grille – The upscale steakhouse chain just two blocks from Metropolis offers both dine-in and take-out this Thanksgiving. Restaurant dining will feature turkey with brioche stuffing, French green beans with Marcona almonds, cranberry-pear chutney & mashed potatoes, with options for mashed sweet potatoes and pumpkin cheesecake. Takeout offers a bundle of Thanksgiving sides such as brioche stuffing, pecan-crusted sweet potatoes with hot honey, rolls, potatoes & more. Preorders placed online here in advance for Nov. 24-25 pick-up.

The Pie Hole – It’s officially pie season! The popular DTLA bakery is accepting online orders to pick up starting November 21 - 24 & November 26 - 30 from 8 am - 10 pm. Menu options include sweet and savory pies such as a 9-inch Turkey Pot Pie with a side of cranberry sauce; Moe's Pumpkin Pie; Mom's Apple Crumble Pie; Salted, Caramel Pecan Pie; Mac-n-Cheese side; mashed potato side and salads.

Whole Foods – Whole Foods has every option for your Thanksgiving meal from à la carte appetizer platters, sides, mains, and desserts — or choose a whole spread. There are several packages from which to choose, with prices based on the items included and number of servings. A fully cooked, ready-to-eat, classic roast turkey dinner includes the turkey, creamy mashed potatoes, traditional herb stuffing, cranberry-orange sauce, turkey gravy, and green beans with roasted shallots. There is also an entire vegan meal option which includes cremini mushroom roasts, mushroom gravy, miso creamed greens, coconut sweet potato casserole, jalapeno cornbread dressing, and pumpkin curry soup. Order online by November 23 for pickup in-store. Menu and location availability may vary.

Hotel Indigo – If cooking isn’t your expertise, not to worry, leave that to our fabulous Hotel Indigo. This year’s Thanksgiving Feast offers four courses of mouthwatering selections such as butternut squash puree, pear salad with candied walnuts, 12-hour braised beef, and a divine selection of dazzling desserts. Devour, rejoice, and enjoy, as you leave the clean-up and dishes behind.