French Lick Springs Resort in French Lick, Indiana is an amazing historic property that has more than a few restaurants to tempt your taste buds–like the Power Plant Bar and Grill.
Yes, you read that right. That’s a great hook right there. Who doesn’t wonder why it’s termed after a power plant?
Power Plant Bar and Grill: French Lick Springs Resort
Masculine, but without feeling too formal or stuffy, the Power Plant Bar and Grill is a kid-free zone after lunch. But before then? It’s a great place to pop in as a family.
So, how about that name? The focal point of this French Lick, Indiana restaurant lies in the relic from days past: the large electrical switchboard complete with all the switches and labels.
Once upon a time, this simple switchboard supplied the electricity to French Lick Springs Hotel. Today? It certainly makes for interesting wall art. Our oldest thought it was fun to look at and wonder about. I’m sure if he had had his way, that he would have loved to have tried flipping the switches! Keep dreaming, kid.
Power Plant Bar and Grill Food
Browsing through the Power Plant Bar and Grill menu, there were plenty of good things to choose from. But in the end?
My husband, Jeremy, decided on the Kentucky Colonel’s Burger: Sauteed mushrooms and onions, covered in Swiss cheese, with a bit of bourbon flavor in there to keep things interesting, it was a sturdy burger that held up.
As for me…I was still deciding while the kids ordered a hot dog and the macaroni and cheese. Bypass the mac n’ cheese (it’s the gross boxed stuff) and go for the all-beef hot dog. It’s GIANT! They enjoyed the fresh fruit we were allowed to sub for the chips.
The menu had a Reuben Sandwich and a Pork Tenderloin Sandwich! What to do? In the end, the Reuben Sandwich won me over. Paired with the house chips, this was good food. An excellent lip-smacking Reuben. I do recommend it.
Warm atmosphere, generous portions, and yummy food makes the Power Plant Bar and Grill an appetizing and convenient option when you stay at the French Lick Springs Resorts.
The live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights makes this Orange County bar and grill a great place to relax–the amaretto sour I downed didn’t hurt either.
I’ve included the menu so you can easily see what you think. Of course, menus and prices change! Always call ahead to verify menu items and hours. These do change!
Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus. I’m Jessica Nunemaker and this is Little Indiana.
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French Lick Springs Resort
8670 West State Road 56
French Lick, IN 47432
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