Best Diner In Indianapolis

[su_box title=”#1 Metro Diner”   box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″]Metro Diner is the kind of place you’re proud to take out-of-towners. It’s the kind of place where last night is recalled over pancakes. Where the portions are big, but the egos are small. Where you don’t have to impress anyone and you can come as you are. We believe that when you care about the people you’re cooking for, it shows in the food. And what we serve is serious diner food.  Website [/su_box]

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[su_box title=”#2 Steer-In”  box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″]Decade after decade, hungry folks have been flocking to the corner of 10th St. and Emerson Ave. to fill their grumbling stomachs. The site started as home to the Northway Drive-In, a restaurant serving sandwiches, fountain drinks, and ice cream. In the late 1950’s, the Laughner family, longtime Indianapolis restauranteurs, decided to tap into the booming drive-in business. They bought the site, built a modern structure, and began Laughner’s Steer-In. Despite the family’s notable food-service expertise, the venture wasn’t especially successful, and they sold the business to Harold Phillips in 1964. Website [/su_box]

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[su_box title=”#3 Mug N’ Bun”   box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″]Indy’s Oldest & Finest Drive-In. Open Year Round— Serving Great Food Over 48 Years. Call In Orders— Ready When You Arrive Website[/su_box]

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[su_box title=”#4 Edwards Drive-In”   box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″]At Edwards Drive-In, you can travel back in time with us to the Fabulous 50’s with our Famous Pork Tenderloins, Onion Rings, Draft Root Beers and Coney Dogs! We serve Lunch and Dinner for Dine-in or Carry-out Curb Service.Edwards Drive-In was recently featured, giving us recognition on national TV. Adam Richmond stopped by with his crew to experience a true 50’s diner Website[/su_box]

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[su_box title=”#5 Lincoln Square Pancake House”   box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″]From humble beginnings growing up in a village of 50-60 in Greece, to today being the founder of Lincoln Square Restaurants in Central Indiana, George Katris says dreaming big and having faith are the secrets to his success. George and his family own and operate 10 Lincoln Square locations. “I always dreamed of being the best and I credit my mother with instilling that in me,” says George. Website[/su_box]

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[su_box title=”#6 Flap-Jacks Pancake House”  box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″]We take pride in great service, terrific prices, and the food…well it speaks for itself. Our mouth watering, homemade from scratch buttermilk pancakes can be topped with strawberries, blueberries, cinnamon apples, or with just a heap of melted butter and warm syrup is a great way to start your day. We also offer eggs any style, bacon, hash browns, skillets, omelets, eggs benedict, biscuits and gravy, waffles, we do it all! We also have a lunch menu and specials served daily along with two great soups made fresh each day. Our menu is extensive and we are proud of the meals we serve. Website[/su_box]

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[su_box title=”#7. Sunrise Cafe”   box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″]Homey diner serving hearty breakfasts, Reuben sandwiches, gourmet salads & other lunch specialties. Website[/su_box]

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[su_box title=”# 8 Fountain Diner”  box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″]The Fountain Diner is located in the Fountain Square Theatre Building at 1103 Shelby Street in what was once the luncheonette of the F.W. Woolworth store. After the Fountain Square Theatre closed in 1959, Woolworth’s occupied the ground floor of the building until it also closed in the late 1960’s. The space then housed a variety of other businesses including an office furniture store and a thrift shop until it was renovated in 1994 as part of the restoration of the Fountain Square Theatre Building. The diner was reopened using the original soda fountain, grills, counter and stools obtained from another local Woolworth’s store that closed in 1994. The pink, green and blue mosaic tile background is original to the space as well as the diamond motif that runs along the grill area. Website [/su_box]

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[su_box title=”#9 Frazier’s Dairy Maid”   box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″]Frazier’s Dairy Maid was founded in 1954 and has been serving Madison County’s favorite ice cream for over 55 years. Since its inception, the goal of Frazier’s has been to provide quality service and a family environment. It still offers the feel of a a 1950’s ice cream store and has been voted best ice cream in Madison County for 5 consecutive years. Nearly 60 years after it’s opening, Frazier’s Dairy Maid maintains the values it was founded on and continues to serve Anderson and the surrounding community. Facebook Page. [/su_box]

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[su_box title=”#10 Keystone Deli”   box_color=”#3b5475″ radius=”10″] Breakfast & Brunch, Diners, American (Traditional) The Deli is a classic, blue collar breakfast and lunch diner, open 7 days a week from about 6am to 2pm.2344 E 53rd St Indianapolis, Indiana Instagram[/su_box]

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