Best Local Eateries in Noblesville Recommended by Team Endicott

Hamilton County is full of plenty of tasty places to eat, but if you are in the Noblesville area, let Team Endicott recommend a few of their favorite local spots to catch some always satisfying grub.

Matteo’s Ristorante Italiano: 40 N 9th Street Noblesville, IN 

This place has been around for a while and it has great authentic Italian food. The food is delicious, the ambience is nice, and the service is always good. Located right on the square in downtown Noblesville, Tom Endicott takes his wife here every year on their anniversary. This is a great date night place.

Syd’s: 808 Logan Street Noblesville, IN

This bar and eatery has been a staple of downtown Noblesville since it opened in 1945. People love to come here for cold drinks, breaded tenderloin sandwiches, and the friendly atmosphere. People who are locals know exactly what you’re talking about when you mention the name.

Michelangelo’s Italian Bistro: 550 Westfield Rd Noblesville, IN 

Michelangelo’s is the second Italian place on the list recommended by more than one person at Team Endicott. Great meatballs and pasta and great prices. They also have an outdoor patio area. This casual Italian restaurant is great for families looking to satiate that Italian craving.

Grindstone Public House:  101 N 10th Street Noblesville, IN

If you are looking to try a newer local establishment, Grindstone Public House has a beautiful historic setting with a large selection of whiskey, craft beer, and wine. Located in the old Castor building the ambience is a great combination of historical and modern. The fried green tomatoes are a must try. They also feature the original Clancy’s burger. A double stacked patty, American cheese, shredded lettuce, tartar sauce, and a double decker bun. This is a place where old meets new.

Rosie’s Place: 68 N 9th Street Noblesville, IN

This is the ultimate breakfast and brunch location. If you are a breakfast lover, you need to try this place. The menu changes seasonally and there can be a bit of a wait, but your taste buds will be thanking you for your patience.  They also have multiple variations of eggs benedict that are equally delicious. Don’t forget to grab some fresh baked goods on your way out, including the melt in your mouth gooey butter cookies.

*Photo by Rosie’s Place