Monday, May 9, 2011

Indiana's Must-Eat Restaurants

By Liz Kelsay of The Indiana Soybean Alliance and The Indiana Corn Marketing Council

There are a lot of great restaurants in Indiana. I asked some of my friends and co-workers their favorites and here is the list we came up with!

Bonge’s has been serving Hoosiers since 1934. The restaurant is known for its tailgating and chalkboard specials.

Cafeteria with taste of a home cooked meal. Offer baked goods to go and catering.

Beef, high choice aged beef at moderate prices also known for their yeast rolls

Wagner's Village Inn, Oldenburg
Locals favor this cozy café along Main Street for its special panfried chicken.

Howie the cow greats guests for great steaks. Homemade is the key word on their menu.

Family owned local favorite, serving Pizza, Italian, German, Swiss and American Food. Known for its Purdue Memorable and is a busy place on game day. The Bruno Dough is a must!

Santorini’s Greek Kitchen, Indianapolis
Santorini’s is known as the best Greek restaurant in Indianapolis. Opa!

So, what other restaurants are a must?


Nathan Miller said...

Bearcreek Farms in Bryant/Portland Indiana...They have all SCTRACH made down home comfort food in a buffet sytle

Also the greatest Mexican restaurant anywhere Ive tried..and Ive tried 100's.

El Camino Real- Portland Indiana

ann said...

Bynum steaks in Greenwood and Martinsville Family owned . Great steaks

ann said...

I forgot Squealers Award winning barbeque in Mooresville and on 86St in Indy.

Hoosier Farm Babe said...

Hmmmm ... wonder who added Brunos? ;)