We pulled up to the restaurant and it looked so neat from the outside! Inside was just as great - we were seated on the "porch" area which was enclosed and air conditioned, but had a wall of windows that overlooked a pond with fish. We were both pretty hungry, so we ordered the hummus app to start and it was so delicious. The bread was amazing, the hummus had such a good flavor, and I enjoyed topping it all with the mixture of olives and capers. Yum! For the main meal, I ordered the steak burger with an egg on top. To me, adding an egg to a burger just makes it even better. We were so pleasantly surprised with how delicious our meals were and I can definitely see this becoming a stop when we have extra time.
Since our lunch took a bit longer than anticipated, we knew our time exploring Indy would be limited / non-existent, so when I saw a road side sign for the World's Largest Rocking Chair, it was pretty much a no brainer to stop. After getting off at the exit, we realized that not only did this town house the largest rocking chair, but many other "World's Largest" items! The signage right after the exit wasn't very helpful, but we eventually saw a sign for the World's Largest Golf Tee, so we headed that way. I am not sure who came up with the idea to make the largest golf tee, but it was pretty large. We lucked out at the golf course and found a list of all the other items in the town, as well as the locations. The rocking chair and wind chimes were right across the street from each other, so we decided to check those out. I don't know what I was expecting with the rocking chair, but holy cow is it huge! Since we did want to try and get to Indy sooner than later, we ended our tour there, but there were so many other sites to see. Who knew that Casey, IL would be such a little tourist attraction?
The trip to Indy turned out to be really fun with our impromptu stops!
Linking up with Laura.