Indiana’s Hendricks County is a collection of 11 charming small towns. While the destinations feature Midwest small-town charm, the flavors are big.
Indiana’s Midwest roots make it an area rich in agriculture, so you’ll find local pork, corn, soybeans, and dairy products, to name a few.
I particularly enjoy food at a brewery that uses their artisan beer as an ingredient. You’ll find several dishes like that at Brew Link Brewing.
The Indiana Foodways Alliance’s Tenderloin Lovers Trail features over 70 restaurants to try an authentic Hoosier pork tenderloin sandwich.
I watched the pizza maker hand stretch the dough while the wood-fired brick pizza oven stood at the ready in their exhibition-style pizza kitchen.
At the farm market, housed in a 100-year-old barn, you’ll find a variety of local produce.
Any seat has a view of a television with the Andy Griffith show on continuous play.
They offer a wide variety of single-origin coffees from Brazil to Tanzania, featuring light roasts to dark.