Restaurants in Indiana

Cafeteria-style dining originated in Indiana, and the heart of the state still has a few large-scale cafeterias where meals are Sunday Supper every day. Indianapolis also is famous for skillet-fried chicken, preferably followed by a slice of the official state dessert, Hoosier Cream Pie. In fact, Indiana is an outstanding pie destination. The other specialty that often precedes pie is a crisp-fried pork tenderloin sandwich, which was invented in Huntington and has since become a beloved culinary icon of the lower Midwest.

Indiana’s Most Famous Dishes

Cheeseburger is stacked in a bun with tomato and lettuce on a sunny outdoor table.


Wedge of pie with tall yellow base and even taller meringue, flecked with toasted coconut


Fried chicken drumstick and thigh rest upon greens and corn

Fried Chicken

Burger on a tender bun with lettuce, tomato, onion, and mayo ... car hop service

Grilled Hamburger

Indiana’s Best Restaurants

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Great Indiana Recipes

A Midwest tenderloin sandwich ... tenderloins and sugar cream pie

Hoosier Tenderloin


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