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Monday, November 14, 2016

Dining Out on Thanksgiving

It's hard to believe Thanksgiving is next week! If you're not interested in destroying your kitchen while dressing a turkey this year, let someone else do all the work this year. To help make your holiday planning even easier, we've rounded up the restaurants in town that will be open on Thanksgiving so you can take a load off. 

 

 

The Village Inn

311 E. Temperance St., Ellettsville

(812) 876-2121           

Villageinnrestaurant.net

Thanksgiving feast, $8.49 per person

Open 7am-2pm Thanksgiving Day

 

Bobby’s Colorado Steakhouse        

1635 N College Ave  

(812) 332-7552

Bobbyscoloradosteakhouse.com

Thanksgiving Buffet, $24.50 adults, $11.24 ages 5 to 10, 4 & under free

11am-4pm

 

A Taste of India       

316 E. Fourth St.       

(812) 333-1399                      

tasteofindiabtown.com

 

Farm Bloomington    

108 E. Kirkwood Ave.          

(812) 323-0002

Special menu, $45 per person

Seatings at 12pm, 2pm, 4pm; call for details and reservations

 

Cracker Barrel         

380 N. Jacob Dr.        

(812) 323-9114                      

6am-10pm

 

Golden Corral          

116 S. Franklin                       

(812) 336-0701                      

11am-5pm        

 

The Windjammer at the Fourwinds Lakeside Inn & Marina

9301 S Fairfax Rd.

(812) 824-2628

11am-9pm

Emily Hines

Emily Hines

Emily Hines is a Bloomington transplant by way of St. Simons Island, Georgia and is the digital content Coordinator for Visit Bloomington. When she's not blogging or grammin' you can find her hiking in the Hoosier National Forest with her husband and two black labs or enjoying a craft beer and slice of pizza in town.

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