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Places to Spot Celebrities on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time to come together and eat delicious food, but not everyone wants to cook an elaborate meal. Some of our favorite celebrities can be found at these ten hotspots for the holiday.

The Polo Bar, New York City

The Polo Bar was opened by fashion designer Ralph Lauren. His classic American style mirrors the ambiance and cuisine at the Manhattan eatery. The traditional Thanksgiving menu features special dishes such as an autumn vegetable salad with roasted winter squash, roasted heirloom turkey with maple-bacon roasted Brussels sprouts, and sweet potato gratin. For dessert, guests can choose between pumpkin pie and pumpkin sundae. Celebrity fans of The Polo Bar include: Barbara Walters, Kelly Rutherford, Sarah Paulson and the Kardashians.

Crossroads, Los Angeles

If you are looking for a chic vegan menu, look no further than Crossroads in Los Angeles. The plant-based restaurant has been a dining experience for Beyoncé and Jay Z, Lenny Kravitz, Naomi Watts, and long-time animal activist and vegan, Pamela Anderson. The four-course Thanksgiving meal includes butternut squash bisque with nutmeg, crème fraîche, and a main course of holiday spiced chickpea cake with cranberry Cabernet sauce and mashed potatoes with porcini gravy.

Restaurant August, New Orleans

Spending time in the Big Easy? Restaurant August in New Orleans has the perfect Thanksgiving dinner with a Creole twist! The French-inflected menu might start with a creamy crab and pumpkin bisque, then move on to smoked turkey with jalapeño-satsuma cranberry sauce, and finish with a cornmeal pavlova. Located in the 19-century French Creole building, the restaurant is filled with elegance and charm.

To read the full list of top 10 places to eat on Thanksgiving, head over to the RobbReport.com!