Seymour Indiana?

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Anyone live near by there? Any Idea on the area small town etc?
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Not small, I65 and US 50 go and through there. I’d guess 15K population. It’s bigger than Brownstown or Medora.
 

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We are possibly going to look at a Truck for sale , next weekend. I was curious about area, and if there are the usual assortment of restaurants?

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Standard fare if you stay on 50. Everything is spread out as far as fast food, but the sit-downs are more on the east end of town by the interstate. Anything in particular you crave, can direct you to a few mom & pop places.
 

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I grew up and lived in Brownstown until my early 20s. Stay on Hwy 50, aka Tipton street, and you'll find the typical variety of chain restaurants, especially near I65.
 

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The Tenderloins at https://townhousecafein.com/ are really good.

Larrisions is a 50's diner type place. https://www.larrisonsdiner.net/

Rockford Place on SR11 (N. Ewing) north of town is an older drive-in that is decent.

Mr Beefy's has been setting up in the shopping center parking lot. They have beef tips, taters, onions & mushrooms. Usually only see them at Oktoberfest.

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Starve Hollow Recrecation area and Skyline Drive near Brownstown. About 15 minutes west of town.

Muskatuck National Wildlife Refuge just east of town, off of highway 50.
 
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