Celebrate Thanksgiving With All The Trimmings At Young’s Pubs
09 Nov 2022
It’s time to celebrate stateside style with Young’s this Thanksgiving (Thursday 24th November). Whether you’re American, want to express your gratitude to family and friends or just looking for a turkey fix, be prepared to gobble up this holiday season at select Young’s Pubs.
Thanksgiving Feast at The Oyster Shed (London Bridge)
£50 per person including a welcome drink
You may be on the eastern side of the pond but that’s no reason to miss out on Turkey Day! Taking place from 7pm, celebrate family-style on the river at the Oyster Shed, served at the pub’s long feasting table. Be welcomed with a glass of hot apple cider before settling down for the main event, brought to you by Head Chef and MasterChef champion Natalie Coleman. Expect a gigantic turkey with all the trimmings – stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed and sweet potatoes – and end on a sweet note with the classic pecan and pumpkin pie.
To book, please visit www.youngs.co.uk/our-diary/oyster-shed-thanksgiving-feast
Thanksgiving Supper at The Prince Alfred (Maida Vale)
£45 per person including a welcome drink
A local favourite since 1856, celebrate Stars and Stripes at The Prince Alfred in Maida Vale with a Thanksgiving supper to remember, complete with a complimentary Brooklyn pilsner. Kicking off from 7pm, tuck into a three-course menu including a choice of signature starters, before indulging in piles of roasted turkey with all the trimmings. There’s also a pork loin with apple and leek stuffing or vegetarian alternative, while dessert includes choice of pumpkin or pecan pie.
To book, please visit www.theprincealfred.com/whats-on/
Thanksgiving Banquet at The Albert (Kingston)
£35 per person
Get those stretchy trousers ready for a celebratory dinner at Kingston Hill’s The Albert. Starting from 6pm, give thanks to loved ones and tuck into a limited-edition menu, packed with favourites from pumpkin soup with cheese corn muffins and cranberry brie bites, to a crown of turkey with pigs in blankets. There is also a vegan lentil, mushroom and walnut loaf, with dinner ending with a sweet potato and marshmallow crumble or pumpkin pie. Make it a family feast with children’s portions available upon request!
To book, please visit: www.youngs.co.uk/our-diary/thanksgiving-at-the-albert
Issued on behalf of Young’s on 9th November 2022.
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