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Gather, Give Thanks and Celebrate – Kick off the holiday season with a traditional US style Thanksgiving at Duck & Waffle Edinburgh


THANKSGIVING is traditionally an American holiday, but there are plenty of reasons to celebrate in Edinburgh with Duck & Waffle’s tasty new dining experience.  

Perhaps you are American, have American friends, or simply want an excuse to eat turkey a month before Christmas, but Scots can now celebrate in style with friends and family at Duck & Waffle Thanksgiving celebration, where you can indulge in a remarkable culinary experience that will leave you thankful and stuffed!

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Duck & Waffle Edinburgh’s Thanksgiving Celebrations, which takes place on Thursday November 23rd from 12PM – 10PM, promises to be an Autumn feast unlike any other. Whether you want to celebrate in the main dining room, or with a group in either of their private dining rooms, Duck & Waffle Edinburgh has options for individuals and group bookings. 

For one day only, guests can enjoy a selection of traditional dishes and Thanksgiving specials featuring Roasted Bronze Turkey with all the trimmings, Mushroom and Brie Wellington, Sweet Potatoes with marshmallows and candied pecans and of course Bourbon Pecan Pie to finish.

Groups of 8 or more can experience a feast to remember served family-style in the spirit of Thanksgiving, which includes freshly prepared classics like Pigs in Blankets, Cheesy Polenta Croquetas, and Buttermilk Cornbread followed by the showstopper – a traditional Thanksgiving full roasted bronze Turkey, or the Mushroom & Brie Wellington with all the trimmings to share. Trailed by sides of candied pecans and marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes, crispy Brussel sprouts, truffle mac & cheese, and of course, mulled wine!

Thanksgiving specials, available on Thursday 23rd November only, are priced from £20 and the three course sharing Feast including Mulled wine is priced at £75 per person, £35 kids under 10. 

Spaces are limited, book your ultimate Thanksgiving celebration now at

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