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  • 1.Evergreen Cafe

    530 Main St

    Rochester,IN

    0.25 mi

    We serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and pride ourselves with top quality food, wine and beer! Great and relaxing atmosphere with friendly service. Certified Angus beef, weekly fresh fish and homemade

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03/08/2015
By: Debbie R.
B & K Drive In
Good Place to Eat , hand breaded tenderloins are the best, good prices, love the root beer
03/11/2014
By: Lakeview C.
Chi-Am Garden
Love this place. Great food, and excellent wait staff. Owners are always there, and very pleasant. Portions are very generous. Has take out.
01/21/2014
By: Russ B.
Tweedle Dee's
They have very good home cooking. My wife and I love that breakfast is on the menu all day. The staff treats their customers like family. We have eaten off the menu, buffet, and the specials. We have never been disappointed. Like my wife says, "The service is fast. The food is hot. And it taste good."
04/22/2012
By: philipnsharon
Chi-Am Garden
The food and service where good. but the condition of the restaurant leaves much to be desired for the price you pay to eat here.
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