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Jan. 13, 2016

Get Great Food on Northwest Indiana Property at Fahrenheit Two Twelve

Eat great food on northwest Indiana property.Northwest Indiana property owners looking for a place for date night or lunch with friends should check out Fahrenheit Two Twelve, located at 10805 Broadway in Crown Point. Every day of the week has its own special. Ease into the week on Mondays, with the three-course dinner for just $13.99. Choose a soup or salad, a dinner entree like the signature jambalaya or 6oz certified Angus sirloin steak. Finish off with a delicious dessert like creme brulee or Southern style bread pudding. Come on Wednesday for Pasta Night, which includes half price bottles of wine and build-your-own pasta plates for just $9.99. Choose your favorite pasta and sauce, pile on the veggies, like artichoke hearts, sundried tomatoes, and eggplant, and add meat, like prosciutto ham or Italian sausage for just a few dollars more.

The Sunday breakfast buffet is another favorite. Come from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and be sure you’re hungry! Adults enjoy the buffet for $9.99 and kids eat for $3.99. The menu includes homemade biscuits and gravy, scrambled and Denver eggs, pancakes, sausage, bacon, Danish, muffins and much more. Adults can relax with $4 mimosas and bloody marys.

This northwest Indiana property is hopping with great food and lots of fun. Visit Fahrenheit 212 online to see the full menu, all the specials, and get information about catering.

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Jan. 13, 2016

Drink Local Beers Near Northwest Indiana Homes

Drink beer brewed near northwest Indiana homes.Beer lovers living in northwest Indiana homes can enjoy local brews close to home at Crown Brewing in Crown Point. The brewery was founded in 2008 by Dave Bryan and Tim Walsh. They revived the Crown Brewery name, which had been dormant since the original brewery closed down in 1916. The new Crown Brewery quickly established itself as the place to go for fun with friends and excellent beers. Plan a girls night out on the first and third Tuesday of every month for Ladies Night. Each woman gets a free appetizer of bread bullets, fried pickles, mac and cheese bites, mozzarella sticks, or beer battered mushrooms. Get a team together and come for Trivia Night on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Have a pint of the Usual Suspects brew at a dollar off the usual price. Come in any day for a beer flight. A seasonal flight of six 4 ounce pours is $9. Try six snifter beers fro $19.

Crown Brewing has become a great community partner around northwest Indiana homes. In addition to their monthly events, they also sponsor a Leprechaun Fun Run in March, close to St. Patrick’s Day. This year, it will be held Saturday, March 12th. The Crown Beer Fest is another much-anticipated community event, held on May 14th this year.

Crown Brewing is open Sunday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to midnight. Get more information at Crown Brewing online.

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Jan. 13, 2016

Learn Northwest Indiana Real Estate History at Lake County Museum

Learn northwest Indiana real estate history.Upon purchasing northwest Indiana real estate, be sure to come visit downtown Crown Point, Indiana. This area offers a glimpse into the fascinating history that makes this place what it is today. View gorgeous architecture, shop at quaint specialty shops, grab a bite to eat, find some antiques to adorn your piece of northwest Indiana real estate, and learn more about local history at The Lake County Historical Museum. The “Grand Old Lady,” as it is known, is the old Lake County Courthouse. It is truly a sight to see and is built in the Romanesque and Georgian style. This building is 125 years old and has been fully restored. Inside guests can find shops, the Maki Ballroom, offices, the Chamber of Commerce, City Court, and the museum.

The Lake County Historical Museum is open May through October every Thursday through Saturday from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. Tours are available by appointment. The museum offers visitors the chance to explore roughly 6,000 square feet devoted to telling the history of Lake County. View clothes, military uniforms, tools, photographs, documents, and Native American artifacts. Visit Lake County Historical Museum to learn more about the many things to do in downtown Crown Point and plan a visit.

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