Saturday, October 19, 2013

Glory Days - Clay City, Indiana

One of the gems of rural Indiana, Glory Days Restaurant & Pub sits smack in the middle of Main Street in Clay City, Indiana.  

They've just celebrated their 5th anniversary and here's hoping they're around for another 105 years.

Hours:  Open daily from 10am to 11pm.
Clay City calls itself the Mayberry of the Midwest and the exterior of the restaurant brings the old set to life.

But wait until you get inside.  The walls are covered in items from the 50s and 60s.  The booths along one wall have mini jukeboxes, so the background music is a terrific mix of oldies.  Weekends they have live music in the pub.

The food is fantastic!   It's an upscale diner menu with steaks, burgers, salads, classic barbeque, hot dogs and ice cream.  Fries and onion rings to die for.  To die for!   And pie.   The best pie in Indiana.   Check out their facebook page for daily specials. 


Parking is around back.  Look for the red awning.  Once you enter, you can go left into the pub or right and down a hall to the restaurant. 

Take a look at the memorabilia covering the walls and in the display cases.  

This restaurant is definitely worth the drive!

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