I come here for breakfast any time of day. Based on my dining experiences here and skimming over other yelper's meals, the breakfast food items really shine best here.The skillets are all great....
About This Place
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.
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Came in for business, had the Beef and noodles and it was amazing! Totally recommend the green beans and bacon as the side. For dessert I had the coconut cream pie. Equally amazing!
Having stopped in here last Friday, I was looking forward to it after seeing this on DDD.I was hungry so I ordered the Fried Mushrooms and the Meatball hero. The verdict: * Mushroom: yuck, it...
I just ate the best cheeseburger ever! So juicy, perfect size -- not too tall but just right -- so you can chomp into it like a pro without having to deconstruct. This was the juiciest burger...
Went on a Quest for Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives on my way back to DC.This one's a keeper. Cute little diner with the friendliest staff and servers. It's a small little place with memorabilia...
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