Hidden away in the rolling hills on the fringe of the Hoosier National Forest is a little gem, Marcy’s Leopold Restaurant & Bar.
A trip to Marcy’s feels like a throwback to a bygone era. In fact, it’s next door to a true “general store.” Perry County residents claim this local eatery and watering hole is as old as the town of Leopold itself.
Marcy’s signature “fall off the bone” ribs lure visitors from all corners of the state and from across the river. They are some of the best you’ll find anywhere.
Other specialties include fried chicken, thick pork chops, and a fried fish platter.
Ribs are available only on Fridays and Saturdays, so make sure you get there early. With locals coming in from Perry Central school events as well as those who’ve been hiking in the forest and boating on the Ohio River, you might not find a table. Marcy’s is rarely empty and the demand for the delicious ribs is high.
If you go:
12194 Indiana Street, Leopold, Indiana
Tue-Thur — 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Fri-Sat — 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sun — noon-7 p.m.
Mon — closed
Don’t forget to watch our Indiana Eats video from Marcy’s!