My sweet neighbor, Brinnan and I headed over to Ginger’s Cafe in Noblesville for lunch this week. Tucked away in a strip behind McDonalds, the local establishment is eager to welcome it’s guests. Cafe owner, Mikki Perrine started out as a waitress at Ginger’s Cafe. Three years ago when the restaurant was ready to shut down, she decided to purchase the cafe and make the restaurant her own.
Known for their comfort food, Ginger’s Cafe strives for customer satisfaction year round-including being open on Thanksgiving! In addition to their regular menu, the cafe offers a variety of entrees you can take home and serve on the dinner table, including Pot Pie, Shepherds Pie, Cabbage Rolls, and Meatloaf just to name a few.
Brinnan and I enjoyed a variety of delicious items, our favorite being the Loaded Baked Potato Soup. Mmm…perfect for those chilly, fall days! We also relished in Ginger’s Award Winning Spinach Melt compiled of spinach dip topped with provolone cheese grilled on whole wheat bread.
Our lunch turned into something extra special when Cafe regular, Don Roberts paid a visit to our table. It turns out that Mr. Roberts has served as Noblesville’s town Santa Claus for the past twelve years! We loved hearing his stories and were touched by his kindness.
If you’re looking for a local restaurant that has all the fixins’ of a home cooked meal and the company to go along with it, check out Ginger’s Cafe. You’ll leave with a warm heart and a full belly.
For more info, check out: www.gingerscafe.net