Thanksgiving Day takes occurs on the fourth Thursday in November, and is based on the colonial Pilgrims’ 1621 harvest meal. The holiday continues to be a day for Americans to gather for a day of feasting, fun and family.

Despite originating as a harvest festival, Thanksgiving is now widely celebrated  as a day for giving thanks for blessings throughout the year. Although the United States is the country most commonly linked to the holiday, Thanksgiving Day is also celebrated in Canada on the second Monday of October.

Generally, people know that it is a day for giving thanks and that Thanksgiving dinner consists of turkey. We would like to share this American tradition with our guests at the Midwestern Diner.

This year’s menu consists of;

Cornbread muffins with house made cinnamon butter.

Turkey breast with gravy, cranberry sauce, served with a side of sweet potato fries and mixed seasonal salad.

Pumpkin pie with whipped pumpkin spice cream.

Since we had to disappoint so many of you last year, we have extended Thanksgiving at the Diner this year from Thursday the 25th until Sunday the 28th of November. Book tickets on our website and come join us for a day of giving thanks to those we hold dearest in our hearts.

Book here,