STATEWIDE — What’s your favorite “Indiana” food? Tenderloins? Corn on the Cob? Sugar Cream Pie? There is probably a good chance that you can find it on an Indiana Culinary Trail.
The Indiana Destination Development Corporation is teaming up with the Indiana Foodways Alliance to create 21 different food trails for you to visit.
More than 250 restaurants and businesses are a part of the trails, which are specifically designed to fit a certain category, like the state’s best steak, barbeque, pizza, tenderloins, pie, ice cream or wine and beer.
How does it work? You sign up for your Indiana Culinary Trails passport, then just check in when you visit one of the locations. Plus, you’ll receive rewards after visiting a certain number of restaurants and businesses on the trails.
For more information and the full list of trails, go to VisitIndiana.com/cuisine.