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Thanksgiving dinner in London

If you don’t want to fly to the States, you can still get a mighty fine Thanksgiving dinner in London courtesy of The Arch in Marylebone

There’s no need to feel homesick if you’re an American in London – or to fret if you love all things US but you don’t want to fly to the States for Thanksgiving.

This year, Hunter 486, within luxury Marylebone hotel The Arch London, will be serving a traditional Thanksgiving feast to celebrate the American national holiday.  The special Thanksgiving menu will be available from Wednesday 25 November until Sunday 29 November 2015, from Noon until 10pm – and at £25 for three courses it’s great value, too.

The menu features traditional favourites including spiced butternut squash soup, Norfolk Bronze turkey cooked in the stone oven with   prosciutto, roast sweet potatoes, maple glaze root vegetables and cranberry sauce, and a warm pecan tart with whisky ice cream. Hmmmmmm.

Named after the 1950s dialling code for Marylebone, Hunter 486 will fuse the all-American foodie vibe with its air of nostalgic London glamour. While you savour your Thanksgiving dinner you can enjoy the gleaming leather booths, blown glass chandeliers and statement artwork – and why not treat yourself to a tipple in the adjoining Salon de Champagne bar while you’re down there?

For reservations call 020 7724 4700 or visit www.thearchlondon.com

Exterior, The Arch London

The Arch London is an independent family-owned hotel; an “urban sanctuary” blending Georgian grandeur and English heritage with modern facilities

Thanksgiving at Hunter 486

A traditional Thanksgiving dinner will be served in Hunter 486

The Bar Closeup, The Arch London

Settle down in the bar after your delicious dinner


How to get to The Arch London without flying:

Marble Arch underground station (Central line) is two minutes’ walk from the hotel or it is five minutes’ walk from Bond Street (Jubilee and Central lines).

Paddington and Marylebone overground stations are 10 minutes’ away by taxi, or it’s 15 minutes in a taxi to Euston or Kings Cross St Pancras.


Words: Johanna Payton for Feet on the Ground

Images: The Arch London

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