Dining Out In Greenwood
In Greenwood, you have plenty of fun and tasty choices if you’re looking to dine out. From more relaxed atmospheres to fine dining, you can find it all. It helps if you start from a prime location like Flats at Stones Crossing. Our apartments for rent in Greenwood, Indiana are a short drive–or less–from plenty of local destinations for food, shopping, and more. But if you need a few tips on where to go, check out these local restaurants!
3 Places for Pub Grub and Local Brews
In the land of brewpubs, it can be difficult to stand out, but Oaken Barrel has been at it for 28 years. They must be doing something right! You could try classics like a Hoosier tenderloin or fish and chips or you could venture into new territory with some homemade chips with their signature bacon dip or the Claus’ sausage sampler with 4 different sausages with sauerkraut and German-style potatoes.
This family-friendly brewpub has a fun and funky backstory to go with their fun and funky style. Three of its founders were formerly tax professionals, thus the name. But they left the numbers behind to establish this company. Their menu includes highlights like their tavern burger with an apple fennel slaw and pork belly mac that includes candied pork belly, butternut squash, and sage bechamel.
This restaurant boasts a trifecta as the key to its success: “scratch-made food, cool sounds, and dang cold beer.” The sounds are usually classic rock, and they serve up a menu full of fun, including dishes like the chicken-n-waffle bytes, chicken wings with your choice of signature sauces, 5 different styles of pork tenderloin, and more!
3 Places for Pizza, Sandwiches, and More
Pizza is a meal choice few can resist, and Jockamo’s offers some great options to choose from. First, they make six different dipping sauces in house! Next, they have incredible salads, sandwiches, and of course, pizza. You could try some creative creations, like The GP with Thai peanut sauce, Italian beef, fresh jalapeño, diced pickle, cheddar, and bacon.
Arni’s has become a Hoosier institution. It had humble beginnings in Lafayette in 1965, and there are now 18 restaurants around Indiana. This family-owned business has stayed true to its roots and offers up top-notch pizzas and other Italian favorites like strombolis. You could try an appetizer/pizza mashup called Jessica’s Roasted Potato. It has all the fixings of potato skins served up on a pizza crust!
If you’re craving some artisanal pizza, this is the place to go! They have a wood-burning oven that reaches a whopping 800 degrees. You can find classics like a chicken bacon ranch pizza or try something different like the California Dream with basil pesto, sundried tomato, artichoke hearts, mozzarella cheese, and fresh basil to top it all off. They also offer entree salads, soups, sandwiches, and specialty burgers.
3 Places for a Nice Night Out
#1: Our Table
Our Table has a rustic, upscale interior and a tasty menu that includes flatbreads, sandwiches, and salads. They also highlight their seafood options, made with fresh seafood they have flown in daily. Each dish is scratch made and sure to please your palate. You could try a cozy classic like their “Old World” lasagna or try the inventive bacon and wild mushroom flatbread with caramelized onion and white truffle oil.
Stone Creek Dining Company “blends elegance and comfort” with their tasty offerings. Their menu has plenty of features to choose from. They offer a pasta dish with a twist called campfire fettuccine that has traditional pasta topped with andouille sausage, barbecue shrimp, chicken, and a nice sauce to round it out. They also offer seasonal features like filet medallions with lobster risotto.
This is the perfect place to find a menu full of creative food made with passion. Revery says it best: “The chef-driven menu highlights seasonal ingredients in simple, handcrafted dishes served straight from our kitchen.” Since their menu is constantly changing, you’ll have to call ahead to find out about specific offerings, but you can rest assured that they will have seasonal vegetables, premium meats, fresh seafood, and dessert.
Do you need to find Greenwood apartments for rent that keep you close to all the latest culinary hotspots? Then come take a tour of Flats at Stones Crossing. Our new luxury apartment homes are in the perfect location to access all of these dining destinations and more. In fact, a short drive of 15 minutes or less will get you from Flats at Stones Crossing to all of these restaurants, and Tried & True Alehouse is only an 8-minute walk away. Want to learn more? Give us a call: 317-619-9401.