Restaurants in Indiana

Indulge in table-side make-your-own sundaes.

Lunch like the locals (students) and go for garlic pizza.

It may appear to be a hole-in-the-wall, but it’s a mecca for die-hard burger connoisseurs.

The Riegsecker Marketplace locale serves family-style Amish food including pressure-fried chicken, Amish noodles, and 25 varieties of pies.

The restaurant brings you back to this century with TVs, a jukebox, pool tables, and junk food treats like Annie’s Chili Nachos.

Breakfast is served all day; save room for fresh-baked coffee cake.

Fried chicken is the darling of country fare, and at Hollyhock Hill, the Hoosier state institution since 1928, they stick with what works.