Fork in the Road: Stables Steakhouse

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – 19 years ago Stables Steakhouse opened their doors to serve some of the best food in the Wabash Valley.

The building was built as a stable back in 1890 to house the horses for Champaign Velvet Beer.

It now serves as a museum of local history to hungry customers.

Obviously, Stables is known for steaks and seafood, but what you might not know is that their appetizers and desserts are just as big of a hit.

More importantly, you can sample great tastes without the huge hit to the wallet.

Click play on the video to check out the Fork in the Road crew’s trip to the legendary Terre Haute steakhouse.

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