No, not the film with Will Smith. Join our Atlantic cousins as they mark the casting off of the British rule (AKA “tyranny”) on July 4.
Think ribs, pretzels, beer… what more could you want?
USA Independence Day Musical Bingo with Jess Indeedy at Floripa
Nearest tube: Old Street
Enjoy a night of USA-themed bingo with a twist: you will be listening out for songs instead of numbers.
Independence Day at Blues Kitchen
Nearest tube: Camden
The Blues Kitchen is holding a 30-minute hot dog eating showdown today, the record stands at 19 hotdogs.
The American Bar at The Savoy
Nearest tube: Charing Cross
Enjoy a cocktail at The American Bar at The Savoy, possibly the most elegant way to celebrate Independence Day.
Independence Day at Big Easy
Nearest tube: Sloane Square
A meaty mountain awaits at the Chelsea rib eating competition at Big Easy.
Independence Day at All Star Lanes
Bowl the night away and tuck into dishes such as the Independence Day burger, sticky short beef with creamed potatoes and desserts such as vanilla pecan pie.
Famous for its big value chow and big screen sport beamed straight from the States, Bodean’s will get you in the spirit.
American Beer Festival at The White Horse
Nearest tube: Parsons Green
The annual Beer Festival at The White Horse offers more American brews than ever before including the Goose Island, Rogue and Sierra Nevada breweries from across the pond.
God Bless America including a Q and A with writer/ director Bobcat Goldthwait
Prince Charles Cinema
Tube: Piccadilly Circus
If you don’t fancy ribs, burgers and beers head to The Prince Charles Cinema for a screening of God Bless America. The film is about terminally ill Frank on a mission to rid society of its most repellent citizens, with unlikely accomplice 16-year-old Roxy.