[A]ccording to one local coffee purveyor, Los Angeles is a coffee desert on Thanksgiving Day. That’s why Go Get ‘Em Tiger introduced their special Thanksgiving menu back in 2012. Holiday travelers who stop by the pop-up are treated to whimsical and often painstakingly crafted beverages. This year’s lineup is no exception: a pumpkin spice latte featuring a tiny hand-made pie perched on each glass; a house-made Pink Lady Sparkling Apple Cider; and a Magical Mocha, featuring a chocolate cup filled with starlight whipped cream, peppermint chocolate, a shot of espresso, and a peppermint sugar cookie. In addition to the fabulously flamboyant beverages, this year’s event will include a full-blown holiday festival including face painting, a petting zoo, a snow globe station, and live music. The event will take place at Go Get ‘Em Tiger’s Highland Park location from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. All proceeds will be donated to the Los Angeles Downtown Women’s Center. More information and the ability to RSVP is posted on the company’s Facebook event page.
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