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I'll be in London over Thanksgiving this year. I'd rather not completely miss out on the American holiday, if I can help it. Is there anywhere in London where this holiday can be celebrated? Perhaps a church or U.S. expat group which has a traditional Thanksgiving meal?

When in Mexico, English-speaking churches often hosted Thanksgiving meals, but the English-speaking church goers in England are naturally quite a different crowd, without such a high concentration of Americans, so I'm not really sure where to look.

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Maybe look for an expat forum for Americans in the UK. Facebook might have one. – hippietrail Nov 6 '13 at 7:31
Or the embassy will have something for sure :) – Ansari Nov 6 '13 at 14:10
@Ansari: I checked the embassy web site, and it has a nice explanation of the Thanksgiving holiday, but I didn't find any mention of where to celebrate it. I imagine if I were to call them, they might help me, but I'm not sure I'm that ambitious :) – Flimzy Nov 7 '13 at 3:30
An American ex-pat living in London that you know at all will likely invite a homesick American over for Thanksgiving. – Richard Gadsden Oct 13 '14 at 14:14
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Several restaurants offer Thanksgiving Dinners, with prices ranging from roughly £20 to £130. Some can be found with brief descriptions at the links below.

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