Plump's Last Shot
This tenderloin is servedn at the basketball-themed bar owned by one of the basketball players that Hoosiers was based on.
The amorphous disc with crackled edges served in the traditional manner (in a red plastic basket lined with waxed paper) dwarfs its soft Kaiser bun at the basketball-themed bar owned by Jonathan Plump, the most famous member of the 1950s Milan High School basketball team on which the movie Hoosiers was based. More crunch than meat, the sandwich gets its texture from an aggressively crisp mahogany batter spiced with black pepper and heavily applied. On a nice day, take one of the open-air tables on the bar's pet-friendly patio. ($8)
- 6416 Cornell Ave. (Map) 41 reviews
- Sep 3, 2013 by Erin J. I feel pretty bad about this, as we used love going to Plumps Last Shot! However, the last couple times we've gone, I've noticed a drastic decline in the...
- Jul 8, 2013 by Lane P. Plump's is that place you hit up with friends on a weekend afternoon in the summer for an afternoon drink on a decent patio and that's about all. They...
- Oct 15, 2013 by Lindsay R. Quesadilla New Mexico is legit. Extremely dog-friendly. They have a great patio onlooking the Monon.
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