Thanksgiving 2017 in London
Thanksgiving is a traditional American and Canadian holiday where everyone takes some time out and gives thanks for all the great things in their lives. Nice, huh? It's also the perfect excuse to blow off some steam at some of the best bars in London who host Thanksgiving events every year. To make things a little easier, we've picked out the best venues and events in London at which to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Last updated on 1st December 2016
Celebrate all things Stateside this Thanksgiving in London at Belushi's. Set across a roster of their venues in the city, join them for America's biggest holiday as they celebrate with drinks deals, beer pong, a night of NFL, turkey dinners and plenty more.
The fine folks behind The Jones Family Project are getting into the festive spirit for Thanksgiving; they're going all out with a Thanksgiving menu to remember as you gorge on the likes of turkey escalope and a traditional pumpkin pie alongside a Thanksgiving themed cocktail.
The Blues Kitchen will whip up a traditional Thanksgiving feast to behold come 24th November, where you’ll be able to dig into slow-roasted Turkey, candied yams and chestnut stuffing galore, all washed down by Hurricane Cocktails starting from just £6.50 a pop. The live music will get underway from 10.30pm with performances from Mardi Gras Mambo and Jocee & the Ways followed by DJs dropping the finest in vintage soul sounds until 1am. Entry is free, and there’s a similar party going down in Brixton and Camden if Shoreditch doesn’t suit!
One of London's most extravagantly iconic venues is hosting a Thanksgiving party to remember this November 24th. Enjoy all of America's favourite dishes, oozing tradition and that state-side flavour with your Thanksgiving dinner at The Roof Garden's Babylon restaurant.
Come on now, hands up, who would like Thanksgiving in London with a tiki twist? We thought you might. Hosting a special Thanksgiving menu this November 24th-25th, the chef at Trader Vic's will be teasing tastebuds with butternut squash soup, a famous turkey roast, a traditional apple pie and more.