New foodie trail includes four Elkhart County restaurants
Posted: 07/17/2012 at 11:40 am
By: Truth Staff
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The margherita pizza at Venturi, 123 E. Lincoln Ave., Goshen, has fresh mozzarella, tomato sauce and fresh basil. The plate-sized pie is $8.95.
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Four restaurants from each county, including Elkhart County, will be part of the first Northern Indiana Foodie Trail, an initiative the Northern Indiana Tourism Development Commission is launching with Midwest Living magazine.
A guide booklet will be released and a website at www.northernindianagetaways.com will showcase the restaurants selected for the trail, according to a press release.
“This is a guide foodies will love. Visitors to this area can pick up the guide and navigate their way to some of northern Indiana’s top restaurants,” said Dan Bearss, executive director of the council, in the press release.
The Elkhart County restaurants are:
Kelly Jae’s Café, 133 S. Main St., Goshen
Venturi Pizza, 123 E. Lincoln Ave., Goshen
Das Dutchman Essenhaus, 240 U.S. 20 Middlebury
Antonio’s, 1105 Goshen Ave., Elkhart
Other counties are:
Octave Grill (Chesterton)
Bistro 157 (Valparaiso)
Designer Desserts (Valparaiso)
Wagner’s Ribs (Porter)
Heston Supper Club (LaPorte)
Mucho Mas! (LaPorte)
Shoreline Brewery (Michigan City)
Sahara (Michigan City)
St. Joseph County
West End Bakery (Mishawaka)
Moser’s Austrian Café (New Carlisle)
Carriage House (South Bend)
Rocco’s Restaurant (South Bend)
Original Root Beer Stand (Culver)
Corndance Café (Culver)
Opie’s Deli (Plymouth)
Edward Christian Dining (Bremen)
Cerulean Restaurant (Winona Lake)
Noa Noa Wood Grill and Sushi Bar (Warsaw)
Channel Marker (Syracuse)
Weckmuller Fine Chocolates (Pierceton)
Blue Gate Restaurant (Shipshewana)
Jo Jo’s Pretzels (Shipshewana)
Foltz Bakery (LaGrange)
Emma’s Café and Catering (Topeka)