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LOS ANGELES | 18 NOVEMBER 2013  
The life you're meant to live: TRAVEL
Brine Time
The sexiest Thanksgiving Party in town, period.
West Hollywood
24 hours
Date

Thanksgiving, with all its familial charms and tryptophanic lazing, often lacks the one thing that LA specializes in: sex appeal.

And for that, we suggest you attend the Orphan's Thanksgiving: a T-Giving-only feast for hedonists, hoodlums and, well, anybody sans fam this year at the Petit Ermitage.

This Roman-esque chowdown transpires on the hotel’s private rooftop: a butterfly-flecked maze of kumquat trees, airy cabanas and stunning views of the Hollywood Hills and Downtown.



The dinner seats 80 diners at ornate tables set with free-range turkeys stuffed with leek and wild mushrooms, sweet potato and root vegetable gratin, and pumpkin pie (here’s the full menu).

After dinner, the tailfeather-shaking begins. And there’s the saltwater pool, heated to 90 degrees, for those looking for a second brine.



There will be plenty of cocktails mixed from fresh juices on hand. The whole shebang starts at 6 P.M. and goes until the Casa Noble Reposado gets the better of you.

Then it's just a quick stumble down the pillowy hallways to your room. Because to attend this party, you must be a guest.

This isn’t the sort of thing you’d want to leave, anyway.

Petit Ermitage
8822 Cynthia St
b/t Palm and Larrabee
(310) 854-1114

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