Sunday, 15 November 2015

Lincoln Chilli's Spicy American Thanksgiving Dinner in Fitzrovia

This year Lincoln Chilli are bringing spice to Thanksgiving with a chilli-powered dinner at Maple & Fitz near Goodge Street in Fitzrovia on Saturday 21st November.  Available in two sittings - 5.30pm or 9pm - for £32.50 a head the dinner includes slow-cooked turkey chilli, a smokey cranberry-mezcal cocktail, and smoked cheddar jalapeno.  It's going to be spicy!

"Eating a bland roast turkey never gave us the warmth and sophistication of the true spirit of Thanksgiving. After selling out our first five supper club events, Lincoln Chilli is ready give London another dinner party to be thankful for...
Exclusively for Grub Club we are proud to bring our version of Thanksgiving dinner. Walking the line between tradition and new ground, we exchange turkey and stuffing for a flight of our famous chillis. Alongside our highly rated favourite chilli recipes you'll get to experience our new melt in your mouth, perfectly spiced, slow cooked turkey chilli with sage cornbread made from scratch. Who needs cranberry sauce when you can have a smoky cranberry-mezcal cocktail? Plain green beans become smoked cheddar jalapeno… and don’t worry pumpkin remains pumpkin pie!
For vegetarian guests or those just wanting some veg in their diets, we offer amazing vegetarian chillis including a Berkeley Mushroom and our original spiced jackfruit version.
As Americans we know Thanksgiving is about feasting with those you care about whilst breaking bread with new friends. We look forward to welcoming you to convivial evening of real American food, tradition and new friends."

When - Saturday 21st November 2015,
5.30pm - 8pm, or 9pm - 11.30pm

Where - Maple & Fitz, 36A Berners Street, W1T 3LY

Tickets - £32.50 from Grub Cub here


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Link - Tickets page

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