Lighthouse Restaurant in Indiana, USA

Lighthouse Restaurant in Indiana, USA

If we can have a Lighthouse Restaurant in British Columbia, Canada, then why not another, but different one in the USA? You are guaranteed that if it has a lighthouse theme, then seafood will be served. This one appears to have a great reputation.

The Lighthouse Restaurant of Cedar Lake, Indiana was voted “the best seafood” by nwi.com in the Times of Northwest Indiana “Best of 2012”.

Manager Rich Arthur attributes the Lighthouse Restaurant’s popularity to its fresh food and culinary expertise. “First of all, the seafood is fresh and flown in daily,” Arthur said. “Secondly, we have an incredibly talented culinary staff.”

“We are obviously also well-known for our location which is right on Cedar Lake,” Arthur said. “When the sun goes down in the summer time this is the place to be.”

The most popular seafood entrees are the Chilean sea bass and macadamia crusted walleye. The Lighthouse is featuring a new menu with a variety of flat breads, chicken Marsala, a warm crab dip appetizer and banana cream pie for dessert. A full outdoor kitchen with a separate menu, fire pits and dining on the patio will open mid-May. – nwi.com

Look at the classy style of their homepage. Check out their menus. If I was in Indiana I would be heading there. Not sure where it is? Then look at the map they supply below:

If not convinced, then take a look at this other review below. By the way, they have lobster on the menu too! 

The Lighthouse Restaurant offers Chicagoland boaters and landlubbers alike, bold American cuisine served in a serene lakeside setting. Tucked away in the scenic woodlands of Cedar Lake, Indiana, the full service restaurant and bar is the ultimate destination for fine dining and fairytale weddings. The elegant nautical-themed restaurant, surrounded by windows, boasts magnificent panoramic views of the sparkling waters of Cedar Lake dotted with boaters that diners can enjoy on the huge wraparound patio, as well. A lengthy pier beckons boaters to pull right up to the dock for a unique dining experience of perfectly prepared sizzling steaks, succulent fresh – seafood and exceptional service. rcs-usa.com

If anyone has visited, drop me a line and let us know what you think. I think I would be heading there if I lived near the area.

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Retired (2001) British Columbia lighthouse keeper after 32 years on the lights.

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