Who Loves Pumpkin Pie? BPT Among Best Places For Thanksgiving Feasts

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And you thought Bridgeport was loaded with turkeys because of its politics? Trulia shares a different take.

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, Trulia looked at the best cities for a Thanksgiving Feast. You know, just in case you can’t stand the thought of trekking to your crazy relative’s house for yet another “famous” casserole.

For most Americans, the annual Thanksgiving feast is all about homemade pie, special cranberry sauce, and a well-prepared turkey. Some boast of old family recipes, while others prefer ready made meals. Regardless, there is always contention over who makes the best Thanksgiving dish. To settle the debate, Trulia investigated which cities in the U.S. are truly the best places to induce the infamous Thanksgiving food coma.

To answer this important question, we identified the ingredients that are essential to a proper Thanksgiving meal. We then scoured our neighborhood amenities data, by way of Yelp, to find which cities have the most farmer’s markets, spice stores, grocery stores, meat shops, pumpkin patches, bakeries, and holiday decoration stores. We then layered on areas with the highest number of wild turkeys, according to data from USGS, to calculate our feast worthy cities.

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  1. Give me a break!!! In the Northeast, Bridgeport and Hartford!!! Or is this one of those so-called demographic surveys that list Bridgeport but it really includes all of Fairfield County? Thanksgiving in Greenwich is quite nice. And Thanksgiving in West Hartford or any of the Hartford SUBURBS is quite nice. In Bridgeport, I am looking at loads of requests for donations for food pantries for the poor and “economically challenged.”


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