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.
If you were to pass by Industrial Revolution in Valparaiso on Tuesday night you might have been treated to the sight of flapper girls and mobster men making their way inside. But this wasn’t just a simple costume party, instead Industrial Revolution was unveiling a new drink menu based around pre and prohibition era beverages.
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?
With St. Patrick's Day approaching on March 17th, Indiana Beverage is supplying local businesses with shipments of some Irish favorites! We were fortunate enough here at Camp Life to get a shipment of some of these potent potables to sample ahead of that infamous day where Irish heritage, in the form of delicious beer, is celebrated by all, whether Irish or not.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a delicious dinner for two at William B’s. The $120 Valentine’s Day Special, available February 9 through February 18, includes a Caesar salad, roasted mushroom cream soup, Chateaubriand with fingerling potatoes, sauteed brussels sprouts and sauce bearnaise. The dinner finishes beautifully with Chef Rudy’s Chocolate Duet dessert. Reservations required.
As you’re getting in the holiday spirit this season, your taste buds might be yearning for a delectable wintry drink to brighten your day, don’t worry- we’re not talking about eggnog. The folks over at Indiana Beverage are making sure our shelves and stockings can be filled with a delicious assortment of beers this season. Among them were the Bell’s “Winter White,” Blue Moon’s “Pacific Apricot Wheat,” Lagunitas’ “Sucks Ale,” Revolution Brewing’s “Fistmas,” and Samuel Adams’ Winter Lager.
This week Industrial Revolution is saluting Malcolm McLean! (1913-2001)
With only a high school diploma, McLean pumped gas to save enough money to purchase a second hand pickup truck and started hauling goods for people.