Osgood Grub

406 N Buckeye St
Osgood, 47037
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Stopped in on a Sunday night on a whim. Food was great--all 4 of us were pleased with the service and quality of the food. One diner had the cod dinner, I had the chicken strips appetizer, another had the fried portobella appetizer and the 4th had the chicken bruschetta sandwich. Salad and soup came with 2 of the meals and was excellent.
The food was very sub par for the price. The portions were laughable, and you can find better quality meals at your local Applebee's. To top off the cake, the waitress was extremely rude, and was consistently unpleasant whether it be taking orders or refilling drinks. As a sending off present, she publicly complained to our group about not making very much money off tips after her atrocious service.
I eat here once a year on the way to the Whispering Beard Folk Festival. I have the lunch buffet because it is pretty darn good. There's a salad area (with actual lettuce and cold veggies), a dessert/salad area (fruit in jello, pudding, etc.), a couple of soups, and a pretty huge hot bar. I usually fill a plate with veggie-type stuff (lima beans, green beans, corn, maybe soup) to eat first then go back for a smaller plate of the meat-and-carbs items. This year they had pasta with clam sauce, turkey and dressing, roast pork with gravy, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, battered fish, beans and ham, and a few other items on the Friday lunch buffet. It was all pretty tasty. Had I eaten any more, I probably would've fallen asleep before getting the campsite up in Friendship. I browsed their menu and was shocked to find brussels sprouts in the appetizer section! It said "pan friend with walnuts and balsamic". Definitely not something I expected to see at "the Grub" (locals call it that). There is a bar but also plenty of family dining. Decor is along the lines of Cracker Barrel meets TGIFriday's...lots of memorbilia glued to the walls with a redneck/country/local feel. Taxidermied animals, old newspapers, antique lanterns, etc. Some of the bar stools are seats from old fishing boats. It's that kind of place. Outside there is "found object" metal art...think bits of old cars welded into the shape of Don Quijote. Definitely a neat spot and deserving of a place in "roadside Indiana" lore.

(812) 689-4362

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