Cincinnati to French Lick

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smcbelle
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Cincinnati to French Lick - Mon, 05/28/12 4:46 PM
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I'm looking for restaurants along US 50 from Cincinnati to French Lick.  Thanks!

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Re:Cincinnati to French Lick - Mon, 05/28/12 6:03 PM
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Start your trip with Cincinnati Chili, a local icon. Get the original that started the craze at Empress Chili, 8340 Vine Street.

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Re:Cincinnati to French Lick - Mon, 05/28/12 7:09 PM
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I've made that drive a few times and I always thought of that route as kind of a food desert.
 
There's the SE Indiana Chicken Trail: http://www.roadfood.com/F...d-Chicken-m516726.aspx

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Re:Cincinnati to French Lick - Tue, 05/29/12 9:19 AM
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A couple of years ago I traveled a good stretch of US-50 and stopped at Larrison's in Seymour for a pretty decent lunch.
 
http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=607121
 
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Re:Cincinnati to French Lick - Tue, 05/29/12 1:09 PM
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About 8-10 mi out of your way (S of North Vernon), not exactly what I would call roadfood, but a nice adventure, is Stream Cliff Herb Farm.
There is a nice website, but apparently I'm not allowed to give you a link, or add restaurants to the DB, so I just don't give a flying **** anymore.
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Re:Cincinnati to French Lick - Tue, 05/29/12 1:44 PM

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Re:Cincinnati to French Lick - Wed, 05/30/12 8:24 PM
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Whiskey's in Lawrenceburg. Pretty cool place. Food pretty good.
http://www.whiskysrestaurant.com/
 
I always love going to Captain Mike's Riverwatch in Lawrenceburg, because it is on a barge on the river, and very relaxing.
http://www.riverwatchinc.com/
 
I thought the food was good here, but reviews are up and down. Great location on the river, though. No website.
Applewood Food & Spirits
215 Judiciary St., Aurora. 812-926-1166.
Located in downtown Aurora directly adjacent to the Ohio River, visitors to the Applewood can choose to dine inside in the restaurant's tastefully decorated interior, or outside along the river on the patio or deck. In addition to a wide assortment of ribs, steaks, seafood and more, this classic family restaurant offers a relaxed, casual atmosphere with live entertainment on weekends. Open Wednesday - Sunday.
 
 

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Re:Cincinnati to French Lick - Wed, 05/30/12 8:26 PM
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And, I keep threatening to go to Streamcliff Farms, but haven't made it yet.