Summer is here and Indiana Beverage has a whole slew of adult beverages to quench your thirst and add a little flavor to your summer nights. Recently, we got a chance to sample a mighty selection of these beverages, from your traditional beers, to some sweet hard sodas and some low calorie spiked sparkling waters; all perfect ways to kick back, relax, and soak in the summer.
The best restaurants are the ones that feel welcoming and familiar, even when it’s your first time dining in them. Strawberry Fields Pancake House exudes such a warmth. When you walk in, you’re struck by the inviting scent of freshly brewed coffee floating from customers’ mugs on a diner-style counter. Even more inviting is the sight of the restaurant’s owner getting up from the counter to greet you.
If anyone needed a better reason to dine at a restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch all day long, Crown Point’s Strawberry Fields Pancake House and Restaurant is prepared to give one.
At The Game, enjoy a delicious breakfast Monday through Friday. Visit www.bluechipcasino.com to view the menu. Also at The Game, try the Burger of the Month — the Green Goddess Burger — an Angus beef patty topped with a beefsteak tomato, fried avocado, smoked bacon, green leaf lettuce, cheddar cheese and green goddess dressing, served on a brioche bun for $13.50. Enjoy it with the May Beer of the Month, Revolution Sun Crusher.
On a warm Wednesday afternoon, a medley of tantalizing smells welcomed guests at the entrance of the Duneland YMCA. StoryPoint, a new independent senior living community in Chesterton, hosted one of their popular “give back” events to support their partnership with the Y. This time, tacos were on the menu.
Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr., Hammond Parks & Recreation and PepsiCo are proud to announce the 14th Annual Cinco De Mayo Celebration to be held on Saturday, May 5 at the Hammond Civic Center, 5825 S. Sohl Avenue from 5p-10p.
The new Strawberry Fields Pancake House & Restaurant in Crown Point adds a whole other meaning to the word “fresh.” With friendly service, a convenient location, and a one-of-a-kind menu, this new eatery is the breakfast spot the Region has been hoping for.
The scent of sizzling lake perch, ice cold homemade root beer, the countless family dinners… Every Regioner has special memories tied in with the restaurants of yesteryear. We asked you to take a trip down nostalgia lane to revisit the beloved businesses that have since closed their doors for good and tell us which ones you wish would open their doors once more in Northwest Indiana.
The Game at Blue Chip Casino has something new and exciting for anyone looking for a hot, fresh breakfast in the morning. Beginning in early February, they began serving their delicious breakfast entrees made to order, and the results have been fantastic.
March at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa, Michigan City, Indiana, Northwest Indiana’s premier entertainment destination, features a concert with 38 Special, a St. Patrick’s Day buffet and plenty of gaming excitement.
Gearing up for a night with the girls always brings the question of what to drink. While traditional wines and champagnes are the usual, why not go for a different sort of treat and give Crispin Rosé a try?