Real Food, Real Indiana
Welcome to the Indiana Foodways, a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to the celebration, promotion and preservation of the authentic food culture of Indiana. We are a membership organization of inquisitive eaters, good cooks, culinary historians, chefs, food journalists, restaurateurs, culinary tourists, artisans and manufacturers.
Our membership encompasses a field to table spectrum from agriculture to fine dining, with emphasis on all the specialty foods, farm markets, diners and hands-on restaurants in between that are so dear to the hearts of Midwesterners who love real food.
Truly A Dining Destination-Old Richmond Inn
Setting the bar in Richmond for fine dining is a big accomplishment and the Old Richmond Inn has earned that title. Keeping with the late 1800’s decoration, you truly get an upscale experience. Opening the family restaurant over 28 years ago, the business has held strong to tradition and keeping an old school vibe and excellent food. When enjoying the Old Richmond Inn you will see why it is more of a destination than just a quick stop for food.
There are several “must try” items on the menu but my personal suggestion would be the Steak Au Poivre that you literally can cut with your fork. The steak is absolutely mouthwatering and the Chicken Picatta is cooked to perfection with flavor to match. The secret to the success of the Old Richmond Inn; everything is made from scratch and the vegetables are grown on the family farm. With such an amazing experience, you realize that this is an experience that you want to happen again.
Ghyslain - Tempting the Tastebuds from Start to finish
Quietly nestled in a converted warehouse sits Ghyslain Chocolatier and Bistro. What was a dry goods store until the mid 90’s has been converted into a beautifully decorated building hosting a salon/spa, yoga studio and the fabulous Ghyslain bistro. This classy casual eatery boasts a variety of items from a chicken salad croissant to marinere mussels all at a reasonable price.
McCamments Cattlemans Inn
Our featured Restaurant of the Month is McCamment’s Cattlemens Inn. It is located at the Greensburg Country Club, but a membership is not required and it is open to the public! There is an array of different items on the menu ranging from salads to steaks, chicken dinners, seafood, pastas, sandwiches, and a children’s menu. Cattlemens offers a banquet room and will even cater your events. They are located at 1630 W Park Road and are open Monday-Thursday 11AM-9PM, Friday-Saturday 11AM-10PM, and Sunday 11AM-4PM.
Burgers, Tomahawk’s, Tenderloins and more at Blackerby’s Hangar 5
Columbus, Indiana is known for many things. But, have you ever thought of going to its airport to eat? Blackerby’s Hangar 5 offers a terrific family experience for either breakfast or lunch. You can eat and watch the planes taxi, take-off or land. And after lunch head to the Bakalar Atterbury Air Museum.
450 North Brewing Co. at Simmons Winery: Pizza and Garlic Knots!
I walk onto the beautiful grounds of the Simmons Family Winery walk into their new Microbrewery pub 450 North Brewing Co. at Simmons Winery and what is the first thing I want to talk about. Pizza and garlic knots! Say what?