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Cobblestone Restaurant -Zionsville, Indiana

In the cutest little town, very similar to our beloved Fairhope, Alabama, lies the most adorable restaurant by the name of Cobblestone. We visited recently on our trip to Indiana. Cobblestone is located at 160 South Main Street in the heart of Zionsville, Indiana. Marty and I, along with our families, visited at dinner time. We began our meal with the Charcuterie Board and our much-loved Rose’.

Then we heard about their delicious Grass Fed Beef, locally sourced, so we all ordered the same thing, Fischer Farms 8oz Filet with Herb Butter, Stuffed Potato, and Chef’s Vegetable. Fischer Farms produces all-natural, premium Black Angus beef processed locally. Raised on the pastures of Jasper, Indiana and their beef contain no hormones or antibiotics. It was scrumptious, and we have to say there were no leftovers that night. The dinner menu is amazing!

It has so many choices, from steaks, salmon, and scallops to braised short ribs, pork tenderloin, and perch. There are many salads to choose from, too, from strawberry spinach salad to beet salads and buddha bowls. If you are not so hungry, try an appetizer instead. There are also many on the menu. We found the wait staff to be extremely friendly and helpful. in fact, our waiter brought us the most delicious peach cobbler cheesecake that we have ever tasted. It was like visiting grandmother’s house; so delicious. He then brought my daughter free ice cream.

 They loved our Alabama accents, and we loved their Indiana hospitality which we discovered to be very much like our own in Alabama. The town of Zionsville is beautiful, and it was so much fun to walk. If you happen to be in Indianapolis, you should really stop by this restaurant and say Savour sent you. And if you would like to read more about our Indiana itinerary, you can visit the Travel section of our blog.

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