Indiana May 03, 2019
The Humble Little Restaurant Hoosiers Are Quietly Obsessed With
The eateries with the fewest frills are often the ones with the best food. This humble restaurant in Leo, Indiana has Hoosiers obsessed with its fried fish and homemade pies, and it’s about time you found out what all the fuss is about.
It’s all about good food and good people at this joint. Check it out:
Olde Towne Diner in northeast Indiana is located in a quiet town just north of Fort Wayne where those who know about it aren't afraid to drive. This no-frills joint is known for two things, and if you're a true Hoosier, they're likely your favorite foods.
This casual and humble restaurant has been in business since 2007 and has only grown in popularity over the past decade. It's one of those independent places you go for a quick, budget-friendly meal and a community atmosphere that are quintessential to Indiana.
When it comes to the food, seafood lovers have to go for the fish. This place is known for its lightly breaded and fried Pollock sandwiches and tacos. On Fridays, the fish is on an all-you-can-eat special.
Other lunch and dinner menu items include burgers, tenderloins, chicken wraps, chicken tenders, shrimp, hamburger steak, country fried steak, grilled cheeses, salads, quesadillas, nachos, wings, hot dogs, and so much more. You'll also find classic comfort sides like mac and cheese, onion rings, fries, mashed potatoes, coleslaw, and more.
A breakfast menu is also available each day of the six days this humble restaurant is open. Patrons enjoy classics like pancakes, waffles, French toast, omelets, and biscuits & gravy with sides like sausage, bacon, hash browns, fruit, and other morning favorites.
The second thing Olde Towne Diner is known for is its pies. There are 10 different flavors of homemade pie available at any given time, and you certainly can't leave without at least ordering one to-go.
Olde Towne Diner is open Monday through Saturday between 7:30 a.m. and 8 p.m., and you can get more details about it on its
website or Facebook page.
Address: 14515 Leo Road, Leo, IN, 46765
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