Last updated March 13th 2016

There have been a few questions in the Group about Thanksgiving in Tel Aviv – carry on reading for tips on where to buy your turkeys and where to gobble up a dinner!

Turkeys, Cranberry Sauce, and Canned Pumpkin:

Most of the large supermarkets (with a butcher inside) can order you a Turkey – but get there quickly, it usually takes a few days to arrive! Click here for our Guide to Butchers in Tel Aviv.

Apparently a good bet for canned pumpkin is the Asian shop in the Shuk HaCarmel – East West Store, HaCarmel Street 17 (if you’re coming from Allenby, it is halfway down on the right hand side). They also now have a branch in Sarona.

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It’s very difficult to get fresh cranberries now, but most supermarkets stock frozen cranberries.

For those up for a trip to Raanana, Meatland is usually stocked with Cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie filling, stuffing, and turkeys.

You can also check out answers in the Group.

So you don’t fancy cooking this year… where are some good communal dinners and parties…

Mike’s Place have a three course sit down meal, complete with turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, roasted potatoes, gravy and mixed veggies, delicious hot apple strudel and ice cream, and a glass of wine… plus of course live FOOTBALL. 

*** Mike’s Place are part of the Secret Tel Aviv VIP Card – get all premium draft beers for only 25 NIS ***

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Nefesh BNefesh’s Big Fat TLV Thanksgiving – Join a lively crowd of Young Professionals, Internationals, Israelis and Lone Soldiers for a delicious and traditional Thanksgiving meal with fine Israeli wine, Negev brewed Beer and Pumpkin Krembo!


* Annual Amazing Lone Soldier Thanksgiving Dinner – Enjoy turkey,mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, beer and more with your friends at the best Thanksgiving party in the world!


* Thanksgiving Tailgate Party @ The Dancing Camel – Join us for a GIGANTIC ORGY OF TURKEY, BEER, BOURBON AND FOOTBALL!

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Chag Thanksgiving Sameach!