If your guests want memorable dining, what better way to give it to them than with a scene straight out of their favorite food TV show? The dining experiences in southern Indiana’s Clark and Floyd Counties will kick it up a notch for your group!
Dinner as Performance
New to the group tour market is MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen, which is part show, part dining experience. Louisville and southern Indiana’s renowned chefs star at MESA nightly with custom menus available. The chefs come out from behind the kitchen doors and talk with their dinner guests, while the dinner guests get to ask questions, watch the chefs perform their magic, and best of all — eat their delectable creations!
You’ll also find tried-and-true favorites like Derby Dinner Playhouse, where your group can find the comfort food they crave along with a night of comical, mysterious or musical entertainment.
Where Hoosier Hospitality meets Southern Charm
That saying reflects southern Indiana’s Midwestern sensibilities (and its location next to Louisville, Kentucky). Daisy’s Country Kitchen offers down home, cafeteria-style cooking. Your group can enjoy a breakfast or lunch that is sure to please.
Your group can also find choices ranging from all-American to ethnic cuisines from Italian to Asian, Mexican to Greek, American to Cuban. Restaurants with a view? Check out the dining scene overlooking the Ohio River in Jeffersonville.
Farm to Fork
Specialties in group-friendly Starlight, Indiana, include Joe Huber’s Family Farm and Restaurant. Its origins as a u-pick farm have evolved into a rustic getaway where they can enjoy family-style meals using recipes handed down from the Huber family matriarch.
Complement your experience in Starlight with a visit to the Huber’s cousins at Huber’s Orchard, Winery & Vineyards. Here, you’ll sample award-winning wines or take a winery or distillery tour.
For more information, visit gosoin.com/groups/.