- Soup, Salad, & Sandwich - Soups, salads, and sandwiches are those classic 'light bites' that make up a big part of daily American cuisine. Despite their simplicity, we couldn't live without these staples, and a well made sandwich or salad can be just as good as a fancy steak or European-style meal at a gourmet restaurant. The Soup, Salad, & Sandwich trail takes you around over 60 different stops all over the state for some of Indian's best casual restaurants and family eateries. Examples include Legends of Notre Dame in Notre Dame and Muldoon's in Carmel.
- Farm to Table - There's a big 'farm to table' movement going on at the moment, with more and more people interested in eating freshly grown, organic ingredients and well-raised meats right from the farm, without any nasty additives or interference between the farm and your dinner plate. The 'Farm to Table' trail for Indiana takes you around some of the best farms of the state, many of which allow you to pick your own fruits and veggies, as well as enjoying home-baked goods like pies and ciders. A lot of these farms also have their own restaurants, serving up delicious dishes with fresh ingredients. Examples include Fair Oaks Farm in Fair Oaks and The Farmhouse in Metamora.
The Indiana Culinary Trails really let you experience the many tastes and flavors of the great state of Indiana, which each trail having been neatly mapped out and featuring some of the best restaurants in Indiana, as well as cafes, orchards, dessert shops, and more.
All of the trails can be found via the Indiana Foodways Alliance, with each one featuring a full list of stops to check out. Most of the trails contain over 20 stops, with some even featuring more than 60, so you’ll have a lot of places to check out along the way.
They’re all delicious and exciting, perfect for food lovers of all ages, so if you’re looking for food tours of Indiana or just want to stop off at some of Indiana’s best restaurants and diners, these trails can become your go-to source. website
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