Days Inn Terre Haute
555 South Third Street, Terre Haute, Indiana, 47807, United States
More about Terre Haute
The Historic National Road
To pretty to eat
Coke bottle designed HERE
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Though Terre Haute was an early food and beverage producing center not much of those industries are left. However, one entrepreneur found the recipe for the 1901 Champagne Velvet beer brewed here, bought the old trademark, and has opened the 'renewed' Terre Haute Brewing Company now located in a historic building at Poplar and 9th. According to them, 'Terre Haute Brewing Company was once the seventh largest brewery in the United States. It was one of the few breweries to survive prohibition only to succumb (the original THB, that is) for economic reasons in 1958.'
The new owners now operate a lovely brewpub and serve three different beers.
For MORE info...check them out on the web Terre Haute Brewing Co.
Fairbanks Park. It's on 1st...
Fairbanks Park. It's on 1st street, right along the Wabash River. It's a beautiful park and is great to take a walk in on a crisp fall day. Not very large or alot to do, but nice to look at anyway. There's also an interesting structure there that I have no idea what it is.. (pictured)
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I live here in Terre Haute my wife and I eat out a lot. If you are looking for some good home cooked dinner you have got to stop at Abe's Acres located on state road 46 about 2 miles north of I70. Great amish style cooking.
If you are a bike rider then you will realy enjoy going to Ambrosin's Italian restaurnat & Lounge located at 14th and Wabash Ave. They also have great food there and a lot of bike riders come into the lounge and the bikes are line up wabash ave. I will be adding a picture of this the next time I get up there great sight.
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