State unveils six food trails as part of tourism effort

Six food trails have been unveiled by the Indiana Office of Tourism Development as part of its effort to market the state to visitors.

The trails feature more than 90 locally owned businesses in six regions stretching from northern to southern parts of the state.

More information about the trails and businesses can be found here on the Visit Indiana website.

The state is launching the trails as part of Visit Indiana Week, which runs May 6-12. The restaurants on the trails were selected through a partnership with Midwest Living magazine.

The first trail on the list covers central Indiana and includes 16 area food destinations ranging from Nickel Plate Bar & Grill in Fishers to Goose the Market and St. Elmo Steak House in Indianapolis.
 
 

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