With more than 100 lakes in the area, you might expect that lakeside dining would be a local favorite—and you’d be right! What you might not expect is great sushi (no, it’s not made from locally caught fish, although that’s an idea) or a bar with beach volleyball. With a global clientele that reflects Warsaw’s economic base, the offerings for food and drink are incredibly varied.
So, join us in the local debates.
- Which of the microbrew varieties at the Mad Anthony Brewing Company is the best?
- Which lakeside restaurant has the most aquatic interest, Boathouse Restaurant, Pie-Eyed Petey’s or The Channel Marker?
Warsaw is also home to several nationally-recognized chains. Some of the most popular include Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar, Applebee’s and Ruby Tuesday.
To learn more about your options, surf to the Kosciusko County Convention and Visitors Bureau website and check out their extensive food, drink and entertainment section.
How about a roadtrip and a culinary adventure? Check out the Indiana Foodways Alliance.