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.
The Indiana Foodways Alliance’s Tenderloin Lovers Trail features over 70 restaurants to try an authentic Hoosier pork tenderloin sandwich.
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.
They offer a wide variety of single-origin coffees from Brazil to Tanzania, featuring light roasts to dark.
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.
Any seat has a view of a television with the Andy Griffith show on continuous play.
At the farm market, housed in a 100-year-old barn, you’ll find a variety of local produce.