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Thanksgiving Dining and Take-Out 2020 in the Camden-Rockland Region

Posted Thursday, October 29, 2020

Don’t feel like cooking Thanksgiving Dinner? No problem! There are restaurants in our region that would love to host you and your family this Thanksgiving. There are also establishments offering a la carte menus from which you can order ahead, pick up, and take home to serve at your own table. In all cases, plan ahead and call ahead to avoid disappointment.

Please note: This list has been complied by the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce and is limited to our members. It is as up to date as we know, but is always subject to change. 

American Legion Post One, 335 Limerock Street, Rockland. Call 207-594-2901 to reserve your meal. $10 a plate; veterans eat for free. Post One is pleased to announce we will be offering Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings via curbside pickup only on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26 from 12 to 3 pm. Call by Monday, November 23 to let us know how many dinners to save for you. We will be offering free delivery to our veterans in Knox County.

Causeway Restaurant at the Craignair Inn, 5 Third Street, Spruce Head. Call for reservations: 207-594-7644. Join us for a 3-course meal at $24 per person; vegan menu available. https://www.craignair.com/thanksgiving

Hartstone Inn, 41 Elm Street, Camden. Call 207-236-4259 to pre-order. $45 per person for a 4-course meal (no dine-in; curbside only). Pre-orders only. Curbside pick-up between 2-5pm on Thanksgiving Day.

Lincolnville General Store, 269 Main Street, Lincolnville. 207-763-4411. We are now taking orders for our annual Thanksgiving Dinner, through Friday, November 20th. We can take orders over the phone or in person and are offering single meals or family meals for four. Meals will be ready for pick up on Wednesday the 25th, between 12:00 and 7:00 p.m. We will offer delivery for those in our local area that can not arrange for pick up. 

Main Street Markets, 435 Main Street, Rockland. 207-594-8515. A la carte Thanksgiving menu. Place orders by phone or email hello@mainstreetmarkets.com. Orders due Monday, 11/23 and pickup is Wednesday, 11/26. https://www.mainstreetmarkets.com/holiday

Megunticook Market, 2 Gould Street, Camden. 207-236-3537. Market and Catering open daily for the holidays: Monday - Saturday 7am - 7pm; Sunday 8am - 6pm. Thanksgiving Catering and Pizza menus at www.megunticookmarket.com. Market offers custom cut prime meat, specialty food, prepared foods, pies and bakery, pizza and sandwiches, craft beers, wine and cheese. Gift cards and gift baskets for the holidays. Call ahead to order. Happy Holidays!

Natalie’s, 83 Bay View Street, Camden. Call 207-236-7008 for reservations. $50 per person for a family-style, 3-course meal. Seatings between 12 and 7:30 pm. Also available to go. 

Nina June, 24 Central Street, Rockport. 207-236-8880. Order from our Thanksgiving a la cart menu until 5 pm on November 19. Pick-up will be Wednesday, November 25. Everything but the bird! Check out our menu online at http://www.ninajunerestaurant.com/specialevents

Offshore Restaurant, 770 Commercial Street, Rockport, 207-596-6804. Reservations recommended. 

Sea Dog Brewing Company, 1 Main Street, Camden, 207-230-1306. If you want to relax this Thanksgiving let Sea Dog in Camden do the cooking for you. Full Thanksgiving dinners available for pick-up. Family meal that serves 4 to 6 people starts at $85 + family-style side dishes and desserts available as addons. Call ahead to place your order. Dinners will be available for pick up Tuesday and Wednesday of Thanksgiving week.

Trilly - Fancy Foods Delivered, 207-338-5080. Full catering service with pick-up and delivery service to Camden, Rockport, and Rockland. Let us do the heavy lifting for your holiday feasting! Ordering deadline is Sunday, November 22, at 9 pm. Pick-ups and deliveries on Wednesday, November 25 after 2 pm. Hors d'oeuvres, sides, desserts, wine pairings, brunch items or the whole shebang. Visit our website for a complete list of offerings: trilly-maine.com


updated 11/18/20