Fine Dining in Indiana

When it comes to food and drink, Indiana’s culinary scene is one of the best in America—with award-winning chefs, farm-to-table restaurants, and enough flavor to satisfy any foodie’s palate.

Video Transcript

You know, this job gets me around the world, and I’ve had a few good meals along the way. But Indiana can compete with the best of the best when it comes to fine dining.

We’re much closer to farm-to-table than LA or New York, just by the very nature of our terrain. Our farmers grow some of the finest produce in the nation, and that fresh food ends up right on your plate.

We have St. Elmo’s in Indianapolis—a steakhouse so famous that every celebrity has to try the shrimp cocktail for themselves. The historic Log Inn, where you can dine in the same room Lincoln did back in 1844.

Fair Oaks Farms—with home-grown meals you can eat inside an igloo, or Joseph Decuis in Roanoke, where people fly in from all over the country for a taste of some of the finest Wagyu outside of Japan. At the end of the day, you can cap it all off with a cocktail from one of our famous distilleries or some old-fashioned Indiana Rye Whiskey.

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