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Catered Thanksgiving Meals

Dated: 11/01/2016

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Sometimes, cooking a Thanksgiving meal, especially for large groups, can be a daunting task. Fortunately, there are many local businesses that offer catered Thanksgiving meals. These catered meals are perfect for parties of all sizes and are highly customizable. Northsiders should consider ordering a catered Thanksgiving meal from one of several different Greater Indianapolis restaurants if they do not feel like cooking this year.



Bob Evans

There are multiple Bob Evans locations across the Greater Indianapolis area offering catered Thanksgiving dinners this holiday season. Northsiders should consider looking at the Bob Evans website to find a location closest to them. Bob Evans’ Thanksgiving dinners come with roasted turkey, dressing, bread and two sides. There are multiple sides available for catering. Mashed potatoes, carrots, coleslaw, and many other sides are all available for catering. These dinners serve up to 10 people.  Catered dinners cost $100.00.


Boston Market

Like Bob Evans, there are many different Boston Market locations scattered throughout the Greater Indianapolis area. Northsiders should consider the College Park location. It is just east of the intersection of North Michigan Road and East 86th Street. Fishers residents should consider the Castleton location. It is on North Shadeland Avenue just north of 75th Street. Throughout the year, Boston Market has a great hot buffet perfect for groups at least five people in size. Entrees options include rotisserie chicken, meatloaf and St. Louis-style barbeque ribs. Of course, Boston Market also offers a roasted turkey breast entrée, which is perfect for the holiday season. Patrons can choose up to two sides. Hot sides include, among others, green beans, sweet corn, cinnamon apples and creamed spinach. For cold sides, Boston Market offers caesar salad, Southwest Santa Fe salad and Mediterranean salad. Boston Market also offers heating kits, perfect to keep food warm for guests. Additionally, extra portions are available for purchase for sides and entrees alike. Zesty barbeque and honey habanero sauces are available for purchase with Boston Market catered meals as well. A catered meal of roasted turkey breast and two sides starts at just $10.29 per person.


Cracker Barrel

There are certainly plenty of Cracker Barrels in Indianapolis. Fortunately, each one of them offers a catered Thanksgiving meal. Northsiders are almost guaranteed to be within driving distance of at least one Cracker Barrel location. Cracker Barrel’s catered Thanksgiving meal is perfect for groups up to 10 people in size. These wonderful catered meals are just $99.99. Each catered meal comes with roasted turkey breast, cornbread dressing, cranberry relish, gravy and a choice of three sides. Pumpkin pie, pecan pie and sweet yeast rolls also come with a catered Thanksgiving meal. Patrons should order within 24 hours of the time they want to pick up their meal. Meals are available for pickup between November 22nd and November 24th, just in time for the holidays.


SOURCES:

http://www.indystar.com/story/entertainment/dining/2013/12/17/10-places-to-get-carryout-holiday-meals/4052035/

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