I'm a huge fan of Richmond, Indiana. Located just a short drive east of Indy it makes for a great getaway. (See my other posts here and here). Recently I had a lunch meeting over that way and was able to try The Old Richmond Inn. One of the things I love about this place is the history. The Old Richmond Inn is housed in a historic home, built in 1892. There is extensive stained glass in the home and my favorite is the wall right when you come in ...The restaurant has been open since 1984 and seen a few renovations, but the food is why people keep coming back.Yes, that is my partially eaten tenderloin! When I get excited about my food I forget to take a picture until I've started eating. Oops. But I can tell you nothing will disappoint (like the soup I had and devoured!).
When you mix great food with an unique atmosphere I say it is a win. The Old Richmond Inn has seven unique dining rooms and three fireplaces with decorative tiles (all of which were popular in the 1900s).No matter why you are visiting Richmond (antiques, candles, history) Old Richmond Inn is a must hit for food. For more information on attractions, events and lodging, be sure to Visit Richmond.