Harry’s New York Bar – Paris, France
Open since 1911, Harry’s is an institution in Paris. Word on the street is that they make a heck of a Bloody Mary.
What to expect: A hearty brunch of pumpkin soup, rotisserie turkey in bourbon, coleslaw, yams, cranberries, pecan pie, etc. California wine is also served. Tables must be held with a deposit of €48 (about $71).
T.Y. Harbor Brewery – Tokyo
T.Y. Harbor is a restaurant and brewery on the Tokyo waterfront. They cook up primarily American cuisine and brew their own beer.
What to expect: Roast turkey with stuffing, corn chowder and all the fixings, plus pumpkin tart for dessert. ¥ 4000 (about $45)
Bodean’s – London, England
Bodean’s is known for their ribs and BBQ. Owner Andre Blais wanted to bring a restaurant to London that felt like Kansas City.
What to expect: A Kansas City styled Thanksgiving menu going for £18.95 (about $32).
Kansas – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Highly rated all over the web, Kansas is another restaurant looking to bring the feel of Kansas to another country. Why? Who knows.
What to expect: Turkey, stuffing, cranberries, vegetables and pecan pie for 58 pesos (about $15).
The Orchard – Beijing, China
The Orchard is said to be a garden paradise right in the middle of a growing part of Beijing. The restaurant is known for its healthy cuisine and using ingredients grown in its garden.
What to expect: Roasted turkey, stuffing and all classic trimmings for 220 rmb (about $32).
Bourbon St. – Bangkok, Thailand
Bourbon Street is an American owned and operated Cajun/Creole styled restaurant. Expats give it rave reviews on the comfort food tip.
What to expect: A Thanksgiving buffet serving anything you could crave for 899 baht (about $27).
Malone’s American Cafe – Shanghai, China
Known for its pub style food, Malone’s is your typical sports bar (except it’s located in China).
What to expect: Large Thanksgiving dinner for 300 rmb (about $43) per person.
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