Dining in Boone County is a Delicious Experience!

Whether it’s a prime steak prepared just the way you like it or an East Coast feast of sea fresh lobster and oysters, the dining choices in Boone County continue to grow.

“We’re excited about the many locally owned restaurants that have opened lately throughout Boone County.” Says Boone CVB Executive Director, Allyson Gutwein, “Along with our long-time favorite restaurants, there are now more delicious cuisine choices to experience.”

Zionsville has welcomed four new dining locations to their already impressive selection of restaurants. The bright and breezy Tipsy Mermaid brings conch fritters and the tastes of Key West to Main Street while the cozy new Patachou on Pine creates eclectic daytime plates for breakfast, lunch, and brunch.

Also in Zionsville, the Good Omen is a mother & son owned restaurant serving modern Northern Italian dinners that showcase the culinary skills of Chef Nicolas. The very contemporary Verde Mexican Restaurant on US 421 houses a family-owned Mexican restaurant serving recipes that have been passed down for generations – including a must have, made fresh guacamole!

“The more restaurants that open in Boone County, the better it is for all of us.” says Zionsville’s Cobblestone restaurant owner, Kent Esra, “Zionsville and the surrounding area continues to grow as a dining destination for foodies both locally and throughout central Indiana.”

Looking for something deliciously different? Head to Whitestown’s Harmony Japanese Steakhouse for an entertaining hibachi chef grilling entrees at your table or choose from their impressive hand rolled sushi selection. Authentic Thai dishes from Pad Thai to Panang Curry are lovingly prepared at both the Thai Select and Thai Corner restaurants.

Old Whitestown features the tucked-away LA Café with its unique motorcycle themed décor and a signature shrimp cocktail on its extensive lunch and dinner menu.

Boasting one of Indiana’s favorite breaded tenderloin sandwiches, the Friendly Tavern’s broasted wings run a close second in this popular Zionsville landmark’s menu. Hungry diners travel from miles away to Stookey’s Restaurant in Thorntown for one of their should-be-famous catfish dinners.

The 1830 Chop House on Lebanon’s Courthouse Square takes great pride in the impressive variety of hand-cut steaks they grill to perfection along with a menu of notable sides and appetizers.

Love the taste of slow-smoked ribs that fall off the bone? Both Backroads BBQ and Parkey’s Smokehouse serve it up in right in Lebanon.

Boone County is also home to great craft beers served with complimenting menus at Whitestown’s Moontown Brewery and Klooz Brewery in Lebanon. Both breweries feature their seasonal beers along with essential favorites in one-of-a-kind locations.

“When it comes to dining out, be it a Sunday brunch, afternoon lunch, a casual family dinner or a night out with friends, there’s a Boone County restaurant perfect for the occasion.” Says Gutwein, “This holiday season is a great time to elevate your dining experience at one of the many outstanding Boone County restaurants. Bon Appétit!”

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