Westfield is a city in Hamilton County, Indiana, United States. As of the 2010 census the population was 30,068, and in 2016 the estimated population was 37,221. Westfield is in the Indianapolis metropolitan area.
Things to do in Westfield
4.5 based on 217 reviews
For the most current menu and pricing please go to our website at Bighoffas . com. Big Hoffa's has been in business since 2003 and has been serving up their delicious barbeque to thousands of satisfied customers. Their off the wall approach to different menu items sets them apart from all other barbeque restaurants. Try one of their specialties and you will not be disappointed. They have a wide variety of menu items, they are very kid friendly and they also provide an atmosphere second to none. Don't forget to try their ice cream and peach cobbler too!
Hoffa's is Westfield's go to bbq. Every morning driving to work, I pass them while they are loading up the smoker with wood that I'm assuming they have been smoking hours before we get up.
It can get pretty busy up in there during lunch but the line moves pretty quick and the prices are very reasonable.
One thing that not only does Hoffa's have good meats, but their sides are delicious as well. they have many and I still can't tell you which one I like best. They are all very good.
Service is well above average and the folks are pleasant. You are guaranteed to leave pleasantly full and certainly satisfied for hours. I don't go out to eat much as I like to bring my food, but when I do go out, Hoffa's is the place most of the time. I've probably been there 3-4 times a year for the last 3 years and I've never had a bad meal or experience. If there is one knock on that place is that they hopefully can move into a bigger locale for the customers to enjoy comfortably.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Award winning and family-owned since 1980. Well known for our donuts, Titus also offers sandwiches featuring Boar's Head brand meat and cheese. We also have wonderful cakes, cookies and other fine products. Indoor seating for 50 plus a party room for groups and Birthday parties. Outdoor seating during warm weather.
I had plans to visit Titus Bakery & Deli during our trip to Westfield and Grand Park. They were a vendor at the park. My son ordered a Turkey sandwich. It came with cheese and lettuce. It was $10 which I thought was way expensive but perhaps the cost is cheaper at the actual restaurant. Since my son doesn't eat cheese I ate it and it was super flavorful and creamy. He enjoyed the Turkey sandwich. While we didn't eat a donut, a friend purchased one and it was very large and looked delicious. Given the opportunity I'd like to visit the store.
4.5 based on 223 reviews
Just happened to Drive by Mudbugs in Carmel and decided to give it a try. It was wonderful. There are several Cajun places around I think I like the style of service- prices and quality of food here better than any of the others. The place is Clean and decorated well - had just he right amount of New Orleans Purple and beads theme going on to make it fun. Order at the counter but the food is brought to the table. There was a nice selection of sandwiches- stews- Gumbos and side dishes that i liked. We were able to get a outstanding Catfish Po'boy to split and a Combo of 3 side dishes that were flavorful without being over spicy. We selected jambalaya - a shrimp dish and chicken and rice. Total 21.69 for PLENTY of food. Very glad we stopped by.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Our friend recommended Urban Pastries and we had to try it out! We had the chocolate croissant, raspberry croissant, blueberry/cream cheese pastry and a cinnamon tie. Every one was yummy! Fresh, flaky crust and good filling...our fav was the chocolate. Was concerned about coffee from a machine, but it was very good and flavorful. We'll be back!
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Good food and good service.....attentive but not over-bearing.
Had crab cakes.....they are baked versus fried. Very good.
The lasagna passed the taste test.....good, cheesy and wonderful sauce.
Chicken marsala might be the second best we have had.
And, for dessert, try the Tiramisu.
They have a good wine list with many selections available as half bottles.
4.5 based on 545 reviews
Our grandkids first choice always is Bubs. Good diner food and something for everyone. Preference is always the original Bubs in Carmel. Hot dogs and burgers for the kids and love grilled fish sandwich. Fun vibe and servers are very accommodating. Ice cream after is a bonus!
4.5 based on 68 reviews
We are an Epicurean market specializing in local and artisan pastries, sandwiches, coffee and grocery items. "Not what we have, but what we enjoy, constitutes our abundance." -Epicurus
Quaint setting. An old barn converted into a multilevel restaurant with outdoor seating open during warmer months.
Servers were friendly and casual. They recommended the pork chop as the house specialty. I don't recommend it. What you will get is a big thick piece of ham attached to a bone. It literally tastes like ham and has the texture of ham as they brine the meat. That's not what I expect when ordering pork chops. Tastes more like a holiday meal.
Salumi and cheese plates are decent as appetizers to share.
Wine was ok. Not 3x markup that most fancy places do, but rather a reasonable 2x.
Probably need to skip desert like we did as there weren't any eye popping options and besides the thick ham steak made me so salt saturated than didn't have the room given how much water I drank
Probably won't be coming here again. But good props on trying, guys.
4.5 based on 218 reviews
Very nice spot in downtown Carmel. Nice variety of pizzas, salads. Thin crust pizza, crust literally tasted like a saltine cracker (not putting it down, it was good). Unique ingredients and specialty pizzas. Salads looked good too, but didn't try. Can be a little expensive for a group of everyone gets individual pizzas. Each pizza was $10-$12. Nice place overall.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Totally agree with previous reviews, nice place, good food, good service and reasonably priced. I think we will make our way back here more often.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
My 14 year old and I stopped for a late lunch after an archery tournament at Grand Park. I had just said I was looking forward to a home cooked meal of roast beef, mashed potatoes and green beans. We stopped by here and the Manhattan. It was an open faced roast beef sandwich with mashed potatoes and it was FANTASTIC! My son ordered a hamburger (looked ok, he ate half of it), French fries and fried mushrooms. He was asked if he wanted a tea to go (he was super happy about that). I would absolutely recommend Erika's Place.
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