Village Deli

Restaurants

Village Deli
Phone
812-336-2303
The Runcible Spoon
Phone
812-334-3997
Uptown Cafe
Phone
812-339-0900
BuffaLouie’s
Phone
812-333-3030
BuffaLouie’s at the Gables has been an Indiana tradition since 1987. Stop in and see why we’ve been named one of the top 10 wing joints in the country!
Osteria Rago
Phone
812-822-0694
Quaint Italian restaurant featuring housemade pasta & pizza, weekend brunch & gourmet foods to-go.
Cafe Pizzeria
Phone
812-332-2111
Anatolia Turkish & Mediterranean Cuisine
Phone
812-334-2991
We serve the delicious dishes of Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine. Please take a look at our menu and let us serve. You will find great tasting and affordable food at a very enjoyable and clean setting. While we have plenty of tables, we also offer traditional Turkish seating, with cushions and wooden and copper tables.
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Rocky’s Pizza
Phone
812-822-3190
Rocky’s father Fred Rice, was a very talented pizza operator and set extremely high standards for pizza quality in the Bloomington, Indiana area for over 40 years.
Uno Mas Taco Truck
Phone
812-349-8778
What makes us different? A NORTHERN Mexico Cuisine. Something not available in Bloomington UNTIL NOW Our location varies, follow us for updates!
Lennie’s and the Bloomington Brewing Co. Brewpub
Phone
812-323-2112
Lennie’s introduced gourmet pizza to Bloomington in 1989. Lennie’s set another local landmark in 1994 with the addition of the first commercial brewery in Monroe County and the first brewpub in Southern Indiana.
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Phone
812-988-2273
"We begin with local ingredients. We offer locally-grown produce, eggs and fruit; locally-raised elk, bison and Angus, herbs and garnishes grown and harvested in our own garden, and even locally-produced maple syrup. We then place these raw materials into the hands of our talented chefs. We match the finished product with fine wines from near and far. The result: an experience that cannot be duplicated anywhere."
Phone
812-339-3090
Q: Where dat great cajun restaurant in Bloomington?A: Dats on Grant!Cajun food was originally made to be a nutritious and inexpensive meal. A tasty blend of nutrition and economy, served with a lot of love and a lot of spices, it’s purpose was to nourish – not impress.You have to appreciate the irony, then, that today most cajun restaurants serve up this formerly economical menu at prices that make your eyes water long before the tabasco kicks in.Not so at DATS. We serve the same tasty economical foods loved in the bayou for generations. You can eat here often, and the only tears you’ll shed are tears of joy!For more info, please click the menu link for yourself to see what delights await!
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