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    Bob Evans: Good Home Cooking

    by Basaic Written Oct 21, 2014

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    Bob Evans $13 as of July 2014. Bob Evans is a chain of restaurants that serves food from the farm. Kind of home-cooking style. Service was pretty good too. Nice family atmosphere, with decent food and decent portions. My waitress was okay but not as good as the one the night before. Hours are 6 AM to 11 PM daily.

    Favorite Dish: Meat Loaf.

    Bob Evans
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    TIM HORTON'S: Great coffee and bakery items

    by Rich62 Updated Oct 13, 2014

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    WE LOVE TIM HORTON'S. Unfortunately, we live far west of Richmond Indiana. And it just so happens that (as of 2011) The Richmond Tim Horton's is the most westerly Tim Horton's in the United States. sigh.

    postscript: we just returned in Sept. 2014, and its still just as good! We actually try to travel thru Richmond Indiana for no other reason than to stop at Timmy's!

    Favorite Dish: Hazelnut or French Vanilla Cappacino (which really is a latte but they use the other term), and a Canadian Maple filled roll. It is, after all, a Canadian company and they do know their Canadian Maple!

    HERE IT IS! Timmy:  still lookin' good in 2014
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    Adair's Spice of Life Restaurant, Centerville, IN: "The Homemade meal without the fuss"

    by deecat Updated May 24, 2006

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    What a great beginning to our 11-day trip in Indiana and Ohio! Our first meal was in historic Centerville, Indiana, not far from Richmond, Indiana. We knew nothing about the unique little town, and it was "luck" on our part that we selected Adair's Spice of Life Restaurant. It was the adorable archway (called the Dill Arch), the historic architecture, and the promise of a homemade meal that lured us inside. This building was built in 1830 and is part of a row house with a common wall between the original 109 address and the 111 address. This Dill Arch is one of five remaining arches in Centerville. Adair puchased the property, restored it, and then opened Adair's Spice of Life in 2003.

    There's a great menu with soups, salads, sandwiches, dinner selections, kids menu, extras, senior menu, beverages, Breakfast menu, and desserts.

    Favorite Dish: We had the BEST Grilled Cheese Sandwich called "Bachenstock Arch Grilled Cheese" It's cheddar, Swiss, and smoked gouda on grilledTexas Toast served with pickle. It was just perfect...not greasy, and the cheeses were melted through and through. We split this sandwich. We also split another sandwich made of baked turkey on wheat bread.
    Then, we split a homemade Cherry Cobbler that was perfecto!

    It certainly was the perfect way to start our perfect trip....historic architecture, homemade, delicious food, and friendly, helpful people.

    Jill and Adair outside Spice of Life Restaurant Inside Adair's Spice of Life Restaurant Antique Trunk Parked in front of Adair's
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    The Olde Richmon Inn: Beautiful Atmosphere, Great Service, Good Food

    by deecat Updated May 20, 2006

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    When Jill and I asked about a good place to eat in Richmond, the woman at our Bed and Breakfast did not hesitate when she quickly replied, "The Olde Richmond Inn". She proceeded to give us directions, and we were off.

    Besides being a great place to eat, it's in a historic district in a lovely old home (1892). Galo Molina, in the mid-1980s- moved from New Jersey to Richmond, Indiana, to open his own restaurant...the rest is legend. The restaurant became one of the finest restaurants in the area; it's a landmark today.

    Originally from Ecuador, Molina left his home as a 17-year-old and decided to become a chef; he worked his way up from cook to chef, and once he came to Richmond, he had risen to owner/chef of a fine restaurant.

    This lovely place has beautiful wood, stained glass windows, elegant wallpaper, and small details that to its ambience. There's a huge menu, and the choices are go good that it is difficult to choose. After much debate, Jill and I...

    Favorite Dish: decided to share some food (because of our small appetites). We shared a Greek salad and Shrimp Bianca. We had a cup of soup. Mine was French Onion Soup.
    For dessert, Jill had Creame Burlee and I had Hazelnut Cappuccino.

    Everything that we ate was superior, made with fresh ingredients and subtle spices...yummy, indeed.

    Our waitress was especially patient, kind, and ever so helpful. She helped to make this a special meal in a special restaurant in a special town, Richmond, Indiana.

    The Olde Richmond Inn, Richmond, Indiana Jill Inside the Olde Richmond Inn
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