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Images from Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Arrive early to Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana or you may find yourself out of luck–at least when it comes to their inventive doughnut varieties!

But there’s more to this Indiana bakery than sweet and delicious pastry, there’s also hot breakfast.

Locals may know about the biscuits and gravy but guess what? Now you do, too. Pop over to Monticello, Indiana and give ‘em a try–and let me know what you thought in the comments below!

Images from Johns’ Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

Johns Bakery and Cafe in Monticello, Indiana

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Johns Bakery and Cafe
1017 North 6th Street
Monticello, Indiana 47960
574.583.3325

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Jessica Nunemaker is the little Indiana owner, Host of a little Indiana segment state-wide on PBS and Publisher of the little Indiana Quarterly magazine. Sometimes, she even sleeps. You'll usually find Jessica gallivanting around Indiana towns (population 15,000 and less) with her husband, Jeremy, and two boys (ages 7 and 3) in tow in search of where to stay, play and eat in small towns across the state! Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus!

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