There’s plenty of great restaurants in Indiana, but only seven are “outstanding” according to a recent Midwest Living magazine article.
Corndance Cafe, in Culver, Ind., made the cut.
“In many ways, the heart of this northern Indiana restaurant (100 miles southeast of Chicago) has the beat of a small-town steak house,” Midwest Living’s review reads, in part. “The staff knows customers by name, and classics like a 12-ounce ribeye are among the favorites.”
The review goes on to praise the copper-clad menus and copper-topped bar at Corndance.
And the food — specifically Corndance specials like Brazilian bison ribeye, for example — gets recognition as well.
“Once patrons taste chef Stephen Suthard’s bison-stuffed quail on whipped potatoes and in a sweet bourbon-shallot demiglace, it’s pretty clear that there’s something special happening here,” the review concludes.
Other Indiana restaurants listed in the article include Joseph Decuis in Roanoke, Restaurant Tallent in Bloomington, Madeline’s — A Fusion Restaurant in Evansville, Sinclair’s Fine Dining in West Baden Springs, Millstone Dining Room in Mitchell and Goose the Market in Indianapolis.
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