Jasper is a city in, and the county seat of Bainbridge Township, Dubois County, Indiana, United States, located along the Patoka River. The population was 15,038 at the 2010 census making it the 48th largest city in Indiana. On November 4, 2007, Dubois County returned to the Eastern Time Zone, after having moved to the Central Time Zone the previous year. The land uses are mainly agriculture.
Things to do in Jasper
4.5 based on 439 reviews
As in a previous review, we never miss eating here when in the area. If only we had a place like this in the Indy area. Our fried chicken was crispy and fried to perfection and as usual all the sides were yummy. The salad...MoreThanks for the great review! We are so glad you enjoyed your experience.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Homemade ice cream made on site using real ingredients and artificial flavorings or preservatives.
This place is great for kids and adults of all ages! The ice cream is homemade and delicious. While there, play some of the many old-time favorite arcade games such as pac-man and pinball! It's a great time for all ages!
4.5 based on 107 reviews
Barbecue and American sports bar
I think that one of three things is going on at this restaurant: they are hiring awesome servers; or, they are training their servers really well; or, they are doing both. Whatever it is, this place delivers! It is exactly what you would expect from a place called "Wings & Rings" All the food was tasty, and the service was excellent. Stephanie, our server, was all about customer service. She was working hard to make sure her patrons were having a great experience. I wish every server I met showed her level of commitment. She was AWESOME!!!! A great spot to enjoy beer, wings and a burger.
4 based on 13 reviews
This DQ is one of the best we have ever been to. They are very friendly and are very generous in their servings! Even when they are busy and they usually are, there is never a long wait!
4 based on 119 reviews
We traveled through Jasper today, waited 25 minutes in the parking lot until 4 PM before trying the door, it was locked and a tiny little typewritten note had hours posted and closed on Sunday. People rely on Trip Advisor and your Web Site so it shouuld be accurate.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Located in easy walking distance from our hotel (Days Inn & Suites), and in the mood for Tex/Mex, this place was a no-brainer. Having eaten in many Tex/Mex chain restaurants across the country, I love to try them because the food flavor and quality tend to be consistent from one restaurant to another (within the same chain). I had never tried Los Bravos, so in we went. I was NOT disappointed. The Quesadilla Bravo (with exceptionally spiced grilled shrimp and chorizo sausage) was exceptional, and my wife (preferring less spicy fare) was very pleased with the Chicken on the Beach. Margheritas were the special of the day - Try the Mango !!! The Dos Equus draft complimented the food very well indeed.
I now have a new favorite Tex/Mex chain.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We just happened on this restaurant while walking around the square killing time while our car was being worked on....we read the menu and decided to return for lunch. Cute little place with great food....not just the normal items.. I had the charred romaine for my side and it was delicious.....lots a variety. The deserts looked amazing and we'll try those another time. We plan on stopping by there again next time in Jasper. You order at the counter and they bring it to the table....all the staff were very nice and informative.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Had the Broadway (chicken, mushrooms, cheese and grilled onions on bagel of choice) and it was delicious. It comes with a small side (chips, potato salad, coleslaw).
Service is good and sandwich was made to order and came up very quickly.
I can't wait to try it again.
4 based on 45 reviews
I was in Jasper for work and the hotel desk clerk recommended this place. So my co-worker and I headed over there. At the hotel, the clerk just raved over the place, said it was the best chicken in the world, that she had been going there since she was a kid. Well, we were not disappointed at all. It is a family owned place, owned now by the third generation of the same family. Decor is nothing fancy, kind of local neighborhood bar-ish. But you don't go there for the decor, you go for the chicken. It is not pre cooked. They fry it fresh when you order. We both had the quarter chicken, a breast and a wing. The chicken was moist, tasty and the breaking was not too thick and very good. German fries were delicious and the Cole slaw was exceptional. Service was a bit slow, but not irritatingly slow, and the regulars were friendly and made us welcome and we quickly felt like "part of the group." I can highly recommend this place.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
My wife and I dined at Villa Pizzeria recently and found the food to be very good. The waitress came to our table after a few minutes, took our drink order and we selected the pizza buffet and salad bar. There were only three pizzas on the buffet which appeared to have been there for awhile. They were a bit over warmed and the crust had become tough. During our visit, these were the only three pizzas put on the warming table. The flavor was good and ingredients appeared to be fresh. The salad bar had a standard selection and items were plentiful. There was a large group also being served in their meeting room and the one waitress was quickly overwhelmed with orders. After waiting several minutes for the check we went up the register and stood for about 15 minutes before being able to pay. Although it was a busy night for the waitress and the pizza parlor, we will be returning to order a special combination pizza. Parking is plentiful but the lot is a bit dark.
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