Martinsville is a city in Washington Township, Morgan County, in the U.S. state of Indiana. The population was 11,828 at the 2010 United States Census. The city is the county seat of Morgan County.
Things to do in Martinsville
4 based on 85 reviews
Indy's Family Restaurant serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 7 days a week. It is the only Restaurant in Martinsville that your web site does not have listed. This Restaurant serves great food, including Steaks (Prime Rib, Sirloins, NY Strips, etc.). Breakfast includes Eggs Benedict, Pork Chops and much more. Lunch Menu is great as well. Indy's also serves wonderful desserts. It is an upscale country type restaurant and anyone visiting Martinsville should have the option of eating there. My Son owns this restaurant and is highly rated by the other web sites. It is no longer affiliated with the Indy's in Indianapolis. The only Restaurant we are interested in seeing on your site is Indy's in martinsville, Indiana. Kindest Regards, Selene K. Serio
We had the waffles and assorted other breakfast food during a break from a long drive. The waffles were exceptionally good, crispy and delicious without being hard. Everything arrived piping hot and delicious.
Service was attentive and helpful, and prices were reasonable for the portion sizes, however, the dining area looks fairly dated with an early 1990's feel to the decor. I'd go back for the breakfast, but the focus here is on comfort food, not on challenging your palate or impressing your date.
This place is very kid friendly. I'd have no hesitation taking children of any age.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Stopped in with my 5 year old and toddler on a Friday at 6 pm, they had a nice lil band. We just got the small cheesecake and it was delicious and a perfect size. Excellent service as well!
4 based on 47 reviews
The first time we went, we really liked the food and the service. The second time, I ordered the same dish, but it wasn't good. Service was terrible, the waiter didn't even offer a refill. I guess I will have to go a third time to decide if I should forget about Los Reyes. They do have a new place and the furniture is very colorful.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
We stopped in for tasty treat after a reunion at the city park.
We know DQ always has great ice cream treats.
We've tried a lot of ice cream from different places from FL, TN and Indiana... DQ is our favorite.
Priced fairly, clean seating inside store, plenty of free parking and cordial staff.
We'll be back.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We recently placed a very large to go order that included burgers and sides.When we arrived (a bit early) our order was almost complete.The restaurant is clean and the staff friendly and efficient,Our order was presented to us bagged nicely and all the burgers were numbered that corresponded to our check so when we arrived home it was easy to dish out our food.Everything was done perfectly!The food was great...Try the burgers..you have so many free toppings to choose from it is amazing.The loaded fries are good too!
4 based on 101 reviews
This rustic, quaint Resturant satisfies the pallet. The steak are melt
In your mouth great- each time we visit. Prices may be considered pricey, but the quality, amount and atmosphere make it the best Resturant in town. Nice for a romantic evening out, girls night out, family get together or Company dinner. Love it!
4 based on 27 reviews
If you are passing through Martinsville, and are in the need of some good chicken and biscuits for the days event. Stop by and pick up St. Peppers chicken. I favor the chicken strips, but all is good. If it's just you or feeding a crew, there is enough. It's great to take to the lake or the park.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
I've eaten in five star restaurants that weren't this good! You have to stop by and try Come n' Git It! I ordered the French Toast, my dad had the Western Omelet, and my friend had the catfish sandwich with homemade potato fries. My, oh my, the French Toast is good. Just thinking about it is making me hungry! We were amazed that even though some of the food was fried, it was light (not greasy). To go I ordered the Limoncello Cake for my son, and he said it was the best I've ever had. Don't miss this restaurant when you're in Martinsville!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
This is a new restaurant and we decided to check it out the other night. It was on a Saturday so it was crowded, but the service was excellent. The menu has a large variety of dishes, some of them not necessarily your typical Mexican dish. We really liked the food and the atmosphere. They also have a bar and TV screens.
4 based on 36 reviews
OK, the map you see on TripAdvisor is their old location. The restaurant is now located just south of Chili's and behind Wendy's on 37. So a little bit north of their old location and on the east side of 37 versus the west side of 37. Their new address is 229 Grand Valley Blvd, Martinsville, IN 46151.
The lunch menu runs till 3pm and is quite extensive. I liked that they use corn tortillas in a number of offerings and the daily specials are quite good and listed on the chalk board when you enter. They also have a full bar, small, but "full".
Back to the lunch menu... the servings are large and most come with rice and beans along with guacamole and the salad and sour cream. Really a lot of food for the average price of $6.99. Give a try.
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