Historic. Recognized as the oldest restaurant in Indiana, with brick and wooden floors, rough-hewn log walls and a wooden-plank ceiling, this inn has been in the hospitality business continuously since 1825. Enjoy generous portions of hearty farmhouse dishes, such as fried chicken, country ham and roast beef, usually served family style, as well as a variety of pies for dessert. Credit cards are not accepted. This inn was originally a stop on the stagecoach line between Evansville and Vincennes. Abraham Lincoln stopped in while campaigning for the Whig Party presidential candidate, Henry Clay, in 1844.