Roxano’s Restaurant

211 Ferry St
Vevay, 47043
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The best breadsticks possibly in the world good pizza i've been coming to this place since it opened it's been a long time . I love the town it's like home to me .so if you're ever at Belle Terre Casino and looking for something a little different than what they have come on in town you won't regret it.
I have eaten here many times. I and my family know the owners and they are great people!!! We've Never gotten a bad meal here, either dining in or taking it out. Their sandwiches are awesome and the service is impeccable. Will always eat here, as long as they're in business!!
love this place! Stopped through Vevay again for the 1812 reenactment at Venoge this weekend and had to stop in for the bread sticks. Also, after driving an hour and a half through dinnertime, that calzone was the best thing ever. Next time the museum has an event we are definitely going to Roxano's again!

(812) 427-2616

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Cuzzs Bar

123 W Main St
Vevay, 47043
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"The oldest bar with the coldest beer" is the slogan here. Cuzz's is a friendly small town dive bar. We had a lot of fun talking with the tattooed bartendress who informed us, more than once, that she's Amish. And, she insisted that we check-out the urinal in the men's room which is reportedly the oldest still functioning urinal in Indiana. Funky, kinda creepy. (I posted a photo.) Anyway, Cuzz's is a fun place to stop-in for a "coldest" beer, maybe shoot a game of pool and chat with the locals.

(812) 226-6033

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Aj’s Diner

122 W Main St
Vevay, 47043
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Hubby and I visit AJ's regularly. The food and atmosphere are casual with a distinct "down-home" bent. If you're looking for something fancy, you'd best look elsewhere. If, on the other hand, you appreciate simple food, this is a good spot to visit. The pricing is what I consider to be average, not overly cheap and not expensive. The previous reviewer described the food as "super cheap," meaning primarily fake. I'm not sure what they mean by that. The butter, cream, and jelly comes in small, single serve containers, which does not necessarily make it somehow "fake." The butter is margarine. The cream is half and half. The jelly is... jelly. The ketchup can be runny, but so is the stuff I keep in my own fridge unless I shake it up a bit before using it. As for them only having white or wheat toast, well I'm not sure what else they would have. Unless the other reviewer was looking for artisan breads. Or maybe English muffins or bagels. Again, this is simple food, so white and wheat bread or biscuits is pretty much all anyone should expect. I don't claim to be a frequent visitor to a diners in general, but the ones I have visited were pretty similar. They aren't meant to be monuments to nouveau trends in gourmet cooking. A word of warning. The chef in the kitchen changes frequently. There are several different people who work back there, so if you're looking for precise consistency in how your meals are cooked, you might not get it. I can honestly say that I've never had bad food there, though my appreciation of what I get varies a bit depending on who's doing the cooking. The "staff" generally consists of one person. She is there six out of seven days a week and I would not call her surly, though I do think sassy might apply. She's been working there her whole life and she knows her regulars and sometimes has their drinks waiting for them before they even get in the door. Even when several weeks to a few months pass between our visits, she knows us and remembers what we like. In short, AJ's is a local diner in a very small town. It is frequented by locals who can be colorful to say the least. It's regular patrons have come to expect "home-cooking" and would balk at anything else. There are other restaurants in town that have somewhat more "refined" menu options. If, however, you are looking for quick, simple food that comes accompanied by local patrons and often local gossip, then AJ's is a good place to visit. Lastly, Indiana has recently enacted a smoking ban, so all the restaurants in town are now non-smoking establishments. (Though you will likely hear some of the regulars at AJ's complain about it.)

(812) 427-3540

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Countryside Cafe & Bar

13029 N State Road 56
Vevay, 47043
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(812) 534-3006

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Belmark Inn

100 E Main St
Vevay, 47043
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(812) 427-9877

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Strikers’bowling Center

706 E Main St
Vevay, 47043
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(812) 427-9448

Bowling

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Snappy Tomato Pizza

112 W Main St
Vevay, 47043
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(812) 226-6700

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Uptown Pizza

1289 Highway 250
Vevay, 47043
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(812) 534-3114

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Granny’s

815 E Main St
Vevay, 47043
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(812) 427-4176

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Shell’s Ice Cream & Grill

805 E Main St
Vevay, 47043
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(812) 427-2022

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