Restaurants in Indiana
It may appear to be a hole-in-the-wall, but it’s a mecca for die-hard burger connoisseurs.
Fried chicken is the darling of country fare, and at Hollyhock Hill, the Hoosier state institution since 1928, they stick with what works.
The Riegsecker Marketplace locale serves family-style Amish food including pressure-fried chicken, Amish noodles, and 25 varieties of pies.
Indulge in table-side make-your-own sundaes.
The restaurant brings you back to this century with TVs, a jukebox, pool tables, and junk food treats like Annie’s Chili Nachos.
Lunch like the locals (students) and go for garlic pizza.
Breakfast is served all day; save room for fresh-baked coffee cake.