Franklin is a city in Johnson County, Indiana, United States. The population was 23,712 at the 2010 census. Located about 20 miles south of Indianapolis, the city is the county seat of Johnson County. The site of Franklin College, the city attracts numerous regional sports fans for the college teams, as well as audiences for its art events.
Things to do in Franklin
4.5 based on 89 reviews
Our group of four had a very good hot breakfast at Ann’s. Locals eat here and is is popular. I had pancakes which were good. Friends had French toast, biscuits and gravy; eggs and bacon and we ordered cinnamon fried biscuits to share.
Our server was attentive.
The atmosphere is a diner feel.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
It's a friendly, energetic place to be, as it should be being coffee shop. The coffees are varied and food very good. Mainly unique sandwiches and delicious pastry also. Keep them in mind for ur next caffeine fix...
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Our dinner restaurant only had one slice of chocolate cake left, and the unlucky couple that ordered it missed out on the group's decision to go to Ritter's when it was discovered that my husband and I had never been. The concoction I had was the best "custard" (ice cream to me) that I have ever had! Just terrific! Service was good, outside seating worked well for our group and we lingered to enjoy the custard and friendship. Will go back when we visit Franklin again.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Took my daughter to Suzy's for her birthday treat. She is gluten free so this place is perfect. She picked out two sugar crème pie treats and two strawberry shortcake treats. It was a hot summer day so she also picked out a root beer iced tea. The desserts were the best she has ever had. She likes tea but loved the root beer tea. The service was very friendly. Will definitely be going back again.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
Court Street Café serves daily fare that features, fresh - made from scratch ingredients. Homemade soups, fresh salads, fresh hamburgers cooked in cast iron skillets. One of the House Specialties is a Bacon Bleu Cheeseburger, which has been dubbed by one customer as "the best burger I've ever eaten in my life." Daily specials feature specialty sandwiches and fresh baked quiche. Breakfast is served all day on Saturday and features made-to-order meals of Banana Nut French Toast and Sausage Gravy and Biscuits, to name just a few. The ambiance was recently described as "vintage, chic"! We call it home and we hope you will too!
Court Street is delicious and accommodating! I requested a reservation for 11 and it was no problem! Everyone's food came out together and was hot and fresh! Highly reccomend!!We love large parties - and they fit perfectly at our 16 seat communal table. So glad you enjoyed your visit.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
Located on the grounds of Franklin’s Hillview Country Club, Big Woods Franklin features craft Beer from Quaff ON!® Brewing Company, artisan spirits from Hard Truth® Distilling Company, and magnificent views of the Hillview golf course. Big Woods Franklin is open to the general public as well as club members. To find us, simply follow directions to the Hillview Country Club.
Enjoyed a beer and a meal at the bar. The wait was about 20 minutes but we were happy in the bar. I couldn't find any wine but they have a nice selection of craft beers and cocktails. We were there because my companion loves beer. Noise level was okay for conversation. We split a salad and the duck. DELICIOUS! Spiced nuts on the salad and a nice beer based vinaigrette. The duck was very good with nice smoke and for plain french fries -- - yummy! Bigger then it looks and continue to the parking lot as the drive up makes it appear full.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
My family and I stopped in for the first time at this location late on a Saturday night. We had drinks from the Coke freestyle machine and blizzards. The Butterfinger, peanut butter cup, and peanut butter brownie blizzards were all thick and rich, made to perfection. Service was fast and professional. Restaurant and restroom was clean. I highly recommend this Dairy Queen location.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
My granddaughter celebrated her birthday so we took her to lunch here. The name has been changed to El Pueblo, but everything is still the same. This is authentic Mexican food. Most of the employees are Hispanic. They have beautiful colors all over the decor of the dining area. There are large murals on the walls. We were seated quickly. Our server was very attentive. He brought us chips and salsa while we looked over the menu. The menu is full of endless arrangements of meals to choose. My granddaughter and I both ordered a chicken quesadilla relleno. My son ordered three tacos with beans and rice. Hubby got a burrito, enchilada, beans and rice. Everything was cooked well and served hot. It was one of the fastest filled orders we've ever experienced. The prices are very reasonable. The restaurant is located in an outdoor shopping mall with plenty of parking space.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
Drove in from nearby Camp Atterbury and found Richard's on an internet search. One of my best meals while in the area. Good selection of toppings, excellent crust, very good pizza. Good selection of beer. Service was very good, we enjoyed the overall experience.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
I've been to both Enzo locations several times and have tried just about all their variations of pizza toppings.
Friendly staff, fast service & a clean restaurant is what you will find along with very good pizza, pretty good crust as well.
I've also had their salads and they are fresh ample sized.
I've never had a bad meal at either location.
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