Thanksgiving Abroad


Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, and with that comes a day of delicious food, spent with friends and family.
Celebrating this very American holiday while abroad may seem daunting, but most major cities will have places that you can get a traditional meal from. A quick Google search will show you that many restaurants have multiple seating’s and set menus for the day for a fixed price. You’ll still be able to indulge in turkey and pumpkin pie, but it could be on the more expensive side.
If you’d rather save some money, why not host a “friendsgiving?” Make it a potluck and have everyone bring a dish. Head over to your local grocery store and put in an order for a turkey that you can cook yourself. If you can’t find an ingredient that you need for your ideal meal, find a specialty store that sells American food. The prices will be marked up, but if you want something that reminds you of home, you have to do it!
If you find yourself in Florence this Thanksgiving, head over to The Red Garter or Quinoa for a delicious meal!
Quinoa Menu


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