Celebrating Thanksgiving in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
Nicaraguans don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be turkey in San Juan del Sur today. For those expats, travellers and tourists looking to get their turkey fix there are plenty of options.
From 5 pm BIG WAVE DAVES will be serving roast turkey and all the trimmins’ at a cost of C$300 ($11.53 USD) per person.
CHA CHA CHA is hosting their 1st Annual Thanksgiving Dinner today. Their traditional dinner comes with a slice of pumpkin pie. It’s an extra special one at Cha Cha Cha today because brothers and owners Steven and Glenn are spending Thanksgiving with their parents – something that hasn’t happened in a long time!
For those looking for a finer dining experience PALERMO HOTEL AND RESORT is a great place to go, but at $25.00, plus tax per person it is the priciest option.
PELICAN EYES HOTEL AND RESORT is offering appetizing choices at a price of $19.99, plus tax per person.
And last, but not certainly not least SAN JUAN DEL SUR CERVECERIA is also hosting Thanksgiving dinner. Smoked turkey, deep fried turkey or ham, buttermilk mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, crispy onion green beans, gravy, jamaica glaze and homemade pie and ice cream for dessert all for just C$400 per person ($15.38 USD).
Since we were in Mexico for Canadian Thanksgiving, we are especially happy to be celebrating American Thanksgiving today at our friend’s home with 10 of our close expat pals.
What’s funny and interesting about this American Thanksgiving celebration is that there will only be 4 Americans seated at our table. Today we have representation from Canada, Holland, Ireland and New Zealand. Sharing unique holiday celebrations from around the globe is just one of the many reasons we love living in San Juan del Sur.
Wherever you are in the world we’d like to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Posted on November 27, 2014, in Daily Life, Food & Drink and tagged Big Wave Dave's, Cha Cha Cha, Nicaragua, Palermo Hotel and Resort, Pelican Eyes Hotel & Resort, San Juan del Sur, San Juan del Sur Cerveceria, Thanksgiving, turkey dinner. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.