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Where to Dine Out for Thanksgiving in Bloomington shows us the best places to go if you want to dine out on Thanksgiving. Here are the best 4.


The Hive

Hive is offering a Thanksgiving menu that feeds four for $55. Meals are served chilled with easy reheating instructions. Orders can be accepted until noon on Monday, November 23, and pick up is anytime on Wednesday, November 25. Place your order online or call (812) 287-7405. The menu includes a whole Miller Amish chicken, a quart of stuffing, a quart of turmeric slaw, a quart of roasted potatoes, a side of gravy, and a whole pie (Hive pie or pumpkin pie). A la carte items available include:

  • Whole Hive Pie – $19
  • Whole pumpkin pie – $19
  • Pan of stuffing (feeds 12) – $18
  • “Take & Bake” chicken pot pies – four for $36
  • Dozen of chocolate chip cookies – $12
  • pimento cheese (1/2 pint) and cranberry walnut crackers (1/2 lb.) – $12.99
  • Quiche (broccoli cheddar or bacon cheddar) – $30

Le Petit Cafe

Let Le Petit Cafe help you with your Thanksgiving dinner. Orders are being accepted until noon on Monday, November 16 and you can pick up orders on Wednesday, November 25 from 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm. Reserve your order by calling Marina at (812) 334-9747. The menu options are priced per person and include:

  • Turkey in a wine, chestnut, & cream sauce ($7)
  • Sweet potatoes with caramelized onions and ginger ($3)
  • Cranberry orange sauce ($3)
  • Pecan pie ($5/slice or $20/whole pie)
  • Chocolate pie ($5/slice or $20/whole pie)


Rainbow Bakery

Rainbow Bakery will have several sweet and savory Thanksgiving options available for preorder starting November 4. Visit their website to order. The menu includes:

  • Pumpkin cheesecake (with a Biscoff cookie crust)
  • Pecan pie
  • Holiday hand pie four-packs (Be-Hive “turkey,” mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, gravy, peas, with a side of housemade cranberry sauce)



The Standard Grain

The Standard Grain has a Thanksgiving feast that feeds four for $90. Order anytime and pick up on Wednesday, November 25 from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm. The menu features:

  • Honey roasted turkey breast
  • Buttered dinner rolls
  • Baked sweet potatoes with cinnamon butter
  • Green beans with almonds
  • Traditional cornbread stuffing
  • Your choice of pumpkin or pecan pie


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