Tomorrow, November 28th is Thanksgiving.  Not only does that mean a time to gather with family and friends that you haven’t seen in a long time, but it is also a time for feasting!  That’s right, the one day a year that the turkeys of the world dread, is finally upon us.

Have you got all of your dinner plans sorted out?  Thanksgiving may be an American holiday, but there are plenty of restaurants around town offering that home-cooked food and hospitality that you require if you are spending your holiday in Pattaya.  Here is a brief list of the places that will be dressing up a bird for your day of gluttony.

The Sportsman Pub is located on Beah Rd. Soi 13 and will be dishing up a huge spread with succulent roasted turkey and home-baked ham as the main course.  Please note, it is always better to make reservations in advance for holiday meals at most restaurants or you could find yourself standing outside watching everyone else eat their turkey.  The Sportsman Feed will begin at 12:30 pm and last until 19:00 and plates are 795 baht per person.

The Hard Rock Cafe is located on Pattaya’s Beach Road and are prepared to offer their traditional Thanksgiving meal over a period of 3 days.  The meal begins on Wednesday, November 27th and ends on Saturday, November 30th from 12:00 pm until Midnight.  They have a variety of menu choices for you to choose from.

Tigglebitties Tavern is located on Soi Land Station and will be offering up a taste of home with their roast turkey dinner like mama used to make it with all the fixings.  Tigglebitties’ holiday meal is by reservation only.  Contact them now if you want to get a spot!

Chik-N-Coop Bar

Chikncoop beer bar is sure to be where you will find the majority of American veterans this Thanksgiving.  Coop is putting out a full spread of all your favourite American Thanksgiving delicacies and all of the trimmings to go with them.  The bar will be open for reserved ticket holders only so make sure to grab a ticket if there are any to grab!  Tickets are 500 baht per person or children 12 and under eat free.

Dicey Reilly’s Irish Pub is putting on a gargantuan Thanksgiving feast.  999 baht per person will see that you don’t walk away hungry for sure!  It will also be a great place to watch any sports that happen to be taking place that day.  This is a buffet so make sure to wear your loose trousers.

Robin Hood Tavern will be offering their delightful spin on the holiday meal from 12 pm to 8 pm for 749 baht per person.  Robin Hood is on the 2nd floor at The Avenue shopping mall.


Peaky Blinders on Pratumnak hill has limited seating at 490 baht per person while seats last.  Perfect for folks that live on the hill and know that they won’t want to be doing much or travelling far after they gorge themselves on turkey.

Fraser’s in Jomtien has a good spread on display from 18:00 onward.  Everyone (to include walk-ins) are welcome but it is recommended to make reservations for groups to ensure you can all get seated.  395 baht per person with Pumpkin Pie, how can you say no?

-Booked In Full-

Laong’s Bistro on Jomtien’s 2nd Road is offering an amazing spread but unfortunately, if you have not booked by now you have missed the celebration for this year at Laong’s.  Reservations are full for this year’s Thanksgiving banquet.  On the plus side, they will open again after thanksgiving and still have plenty of other amazing menu items to choose from!

This is by no means an exhaustive list of the Thanksgiving celebrations that you can find in Pattaya but it is a good place for you to start looking for a chair before they are all booked-in-full and you end up disappointed like we were about Laong’s not having any spots.

The good part about being in Pattaya is that you are never alone.  There are plenty of places offering the comfort and camaraderie of a home-cooked meal right here in the Land of Smiles.  Have a wonderful meal!

Don’t see your venue on our list? By all means, feel free to share it in the comments.  We apologize in advance if we missed you!



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