American Deep South Supper Club

Thu 21st Nov 2024 - 7pm

Think of it as a rehearsal for Thanksgiving Day, a time for Americans to give thanks for the harvest and spend time with family and friends, counting blessings. It is thought that Thanksgiving is modelled on a 1621 harvest feast shared by the English colonists who had survived the Atlantic crossing on the Mayflower and the Native American Wampanoag people. And there’s a Norfolk link: 102 passengers began the gruelling 10-week journey to Cape Cod, only 53 survived, and four of them were from Harleston. Edward and Sam Fuller were two of the 41 signatories of the Mayflower Compact which influenced the concept of the American Constitution. So, to celebrate, we’ve chosen a menu of deep south-inspired dishes to give thanks to food and flavour! From sweetcorn chowder and corn bread to slow-cooked pulled barbecue Coca Cola glazed pork, fried buttermilk chicken to New Orleans gumbo, three cheese mac and cheese to Boston baked beans, pecan and caramel tart to warm apple and cinnamon pie and brownies, travel to Norwich and arrive in New Orleans! Every month, we create a line-up of fabulous food served on communal tables in our gorgeous Music Room where you share a feast and a good time while we bring out dish after dish of food.

Please note that guests are seated on communal tables.

Call to book on 01603 626402.

Thursday November 21, 7pm for 7.30pm.

£36 per person.


Sweetcorn chowder and corn bread


Slow-cooked pulled barbecue Coca Cola glazed pork shoulder

Fried buttermilk chicken, cherry tomato ketchup

New Orleans Gumbo

Three cheese mac and cheese V

Baked sweet potato wedges V

Collard greens V

Boston-style barbecue baked beans V


Pecan and caramel tart

Warm apple and cinnamon pie

Double chocolate brownie and chocolate sauce


Coffee and doughnuts

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