One website claims that Hoosiers are obsessed with this restaurant the most, but I don't think that's true.

Indiana has a lot of great restaurants that have been open for years. These restaurants have become staples in that area where people must go whenever they are in town. They are restaurants that can even become bucket-list places to dine at. Whether it be comfort food, burgers, fried chicken, seafood, Italian, Mexican, steakhouses, or any other type of restaurant, there are certain places that stand out among the rest.

Then you have your go-to fast food restaurants. As you know, there are so many to choose from here in Indiana. Burgers, tacos, pizza, and other sandwiches at these fast food chains in the state are the perfect meal when you're in a rush.

Fast food items like hot dogs, hamburgers, fries and pizza

That being said, not all fast-food chains are created equal, right? Some are definitely better than others and there are quite a few that you downright avoid. Whether it be the quality of the food, restaurant conditions, or even the price, there are a variety of reasons why you would and wouldn't choose to go to a certain restaurant. Let's focus on the price factor. One fast-food chain was recently named the restaurant Indiana is most obsessed with, and to be honest, it isn't the one that I was expecting.

This is the Restaurant Indiana is Most Obsessed With

Cheapism has an article on its website about the restaurant each state is most obsessed with. This list is based on customer reviews, critics, and popularity. The restaurant chosen for Indiana has eleven locations throughout Northern Indiana. Not only is it one that I have never heard of before because I am from Southern Indiana, but it's one that I don't think too many Hoosiers would have said they are obsessed with.

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According to Cheapism, the restaurant Hoosiers are most obsessed with is Schoop's Hamburgers. Here's what the article said:

Located mainly in the Gary area, Schoop's has been around since 1948. Their classic diner decor and menu featuring breakfast, burgers, and shakes are pure Americana. The burgers they serve are smash burgers with crispy, lacy edges, and they have garnered many accolades from critics through the years. The Mickey burger is an homage to Midwest dairy country, with two slices of cheese on a single beef patty. Homemade chili will keep you warm all year, especially when it's ladled over a pile of fries.

Now look, I checked out the menu and everything looks delicious. The issue I have is that it's only located in Northern Indiana. So, if the state as a whole is obsessed with a restaurant, shouldn't it be one with locations all throughout the state? Just my thoughts. What about you? Do you think this is the right call or do you feel like there's a better option?

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