Thanks to the large number of American expats living in Paris, there are many options in the city for those that want to celebrate this US holiday. Whether you’re looking for something traditional or something a bit more French-inspired, you’ll find it in Paris. Read this article to get good tips, whether you want to cook a Thanksgiving feast yourself or go out.
Butterball turkeys are definitely not something you can just go and pick up at your local Monoprix. In order to find the best ingredients and supplies for your Thanksgiving Feast, visit one of the vendors below.
3 ave de Bréhat, 91140 Villebon-sur-Yvette
Believe it or not, there is a Costco in France! It’s a bit of a trek outside the city but can be the one-stop shop for everything you need on the big day.
The Real McCoy
194 Rue de Grenelle
This small grocery store has all the American products you would ever need in life, and especially for Thanksgiving. Email them at email@example.com or visit their Facebook page to directly chat with them about placing your order.
Check out these restaurants where you can find a good, old American Thanksgiving feast or something with just a little French twist.
Ô Chateau, 68 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Reserve your spot at Ô Chateau now for a traditional three-course Thanksgiving meal with wine and dessert accompaniments. Dinner times are at 7 pm and 9 pm on Thursday.
Breakfast in America, 17 rue des Ecoles
For a more casual feast, head to this American diner offering three sittings on Thursday: 5 pm, 7 pm, and 9 pm. Reserve now by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
À La Folie, 26 Avenue Corentin Carlou
Ever dreamed about a disco Thanksgiving? Dream no longer. Head to À La Folie for a modern take on Thanksgiving, complete with a live DJ and buffet-style meal. Reserve your spot here.
Le Coq Rico, 98 rue Lepic
Look no further for your French-inspired Thanksgiving. Offered both at lunchtime and dinnertime, experience a Thanksgiving meal based around the red turkey of Ardennes at Le Coq Rico. Reserve your spot here.
Happy Thanksgiving and remember to wear stretchy pants!