Plump’s Last Shot

Worth a return

Enormous tenderloins, reaching out far beyond the bun that holds them, make Plump’s Last Shot a worthwhile Roadfood stop.

What to Eat
Plump’s Last Shot, Breaded Tenderloin
Breaded Tenderloin
It is possible to order your tenderloin blackened or grilled, but since this is Indiana, you definitely want it breaded. This is the biggest tenderloin I've ever been served!
Directions and Hours
closed now
Sunday12 pm - 3 am
Monday11 am - 3 am
Tuesday11 am - 3 am
Wednesday11 am - 3 am
Thursday11 am - 3 am
Friday11 am - 3 am
Saturday12 pm - 3 am
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Dessert, Late Night
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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