Above: The Salty Cowboy boasts delicious and flavorful slow-cooked meats in Tex-Mex dishes.
1. Best place for brunch: Rosie’s Place Rosie’s menu is frequently changing for the season and you can easily find home-cooked favorites (like Eggs Benedict or an omelette), salads (with fun and different toppings), sandwiches, and even cookies and other sweets to-go. This restaurant is also good for anyone with a dairy or gluten restriction. Rosie’s also has a Noblesville location too.
2. Best place for a margarita and Tex-Mex: The Salty Cowboy While you may have to wait a little for a seat, the Salty Cowboy is worth it. This restaurant features delicious tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and a whole page of margarita selections. Try my favorite dish, the chicken taco salad. They are open starting at 4 pm every day, but closed Sundays.
3. Best date night restaurant: Noah Grant’s Grill & Oyster House My husband Bill and I recently dined here for a date night and we will definitely be coming back! What’s not to love: raw oysters (our favorite are the West coast selections), fancy drinks, and an impressive surf & turf menu. We felt like we were in New England and loved that we could make a reservation and be seated immediately. I’d recommend trying the seafood bisque – it’s warming and flavorful.
Ready to schedule a time to meet? Go here and book your appointment to meet with me, and while you’re at it, make plans to eat at one of these delicious restaurants.