Thanksgiving 2017 in Birmingham
Thanksgiving need not be a tradition limited to America, and you need not suffer if Birmingham is your home away from American home. Serving great food with great attitudes, these Birmingham restaurant bars make a great place to visit to celebrate this wholesome holiday whether it's for some international craft beers or a meaty treat on the go. Check out recommendations for the best places to spend Thanksgiving in Birmingham and dabble in a little dose of the States, right on your very doorstep.
Okay, okay, so hot dogs may not be your traditional ides of a wholesome thanksgiving meal, but put America, Birmingham and hot dog together and what do you get? You get awesome! It's bubbles 'n' dogs night every Thursday at The Rose Villa Tavern, all of which means that you'll be wolfing down a slick American style hot dog and glass of bubbly for as little as £9, radical dude!
You look like you need a little Southern hospitality this Thanksgiving in Birmingham, and thanks to a Soul Food Project menu at The Victoria, it looks like you're going to get you some. Boasting a sumptuous menu of Deep South dishes from Jambalaya and sliders to gumbo, this cool and quirky pub in the heart of the city is just the ticket for Stateside inspired fancies in the city, with craft beer to boot!
Whilst Thanksgiving tradition denotes that you should be scoffing a heart main course these holidays, why not try another American classic instead? Spend your Thanksgiving in Birmingham at The Plough in Harborne and get your chops around this lounge bar's tasty, meaty American treats that will give you a hankering for the States and a true appreciation for handmade patties.
If you want to raise a glass of the good stuff to America this Thanksgiving in Birmingham, why not head to a bar in the city centre where you know they'll stock an ample selection of American beers. A craft beer bar in the heart of Birmingham, Brewdog are known for their international bevvies and hearty American grub, no matter the day and no matter the occasion; but heck, it's Thanksgiving, HOP to it!