SEELYVILLE, Ind. (WTHI) - If you're a meat lover you're definitely going to be a fan of this week's Fork in the Road challenge!
Our Fork in the Road Crew is in search of the best steak in the Wabash Valley and thanks to viewer nomination and votes, the crew cut into their first piece of meat at Kleptz's Restaurant in Seelyville, Ind.
The business was started back in 1900 and the bar and old wood floors are all original.
Katrina Jarvis, a regular at Kleptz's Restaurant, says the history, the staff and the food are the reasons she keeps coming back.
"They have great service, it's a family atmosphere if you want to bring the family or if you want to hang out in the bar without the kids you know you have both options," Jarvis said.
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