This Family Restaurant In Indiana Is Worth A Trip To The Country
If you’re fond of cute, small-town places popular among the locals but not widely known across the state, then you’re in the right place. There are numerous wonderful little hole-in-the-wall places all over the Hoosier State, and it’s impossible to list them all on one single page. Instead, let’s take a look at one adorable little mom-and-pop restaurant in Indiana that’s delightful enough that we think it’s worth a trip out no matter where you’re located, and if you already live in Greensburg, well, lucky you! When it comes to our all-time favorite places to eat in Indiana, you’d better add Pop’s to the list.
Pop’s Diner is so small and local that it doesn’t even have a website, though you can definitely keep an eye on its official Facebook page for the latest hours and specials.
What are your all-time favorite comfort foods? What do you look forward to trying at Pop’s Diner first? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
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Address: Pop's Diner, 4981 Old Indiana 46, Greensburg, IN 47240, USA
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