There's Hoosier history all around the Rock-Cola 50's Cafe. They even brought back an old-time favorite drink with Indiana roots, Chocola.
Rock-Cola 50's Cafe, 5730 Brookville Rd., Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS -- Take a delicious trip down memory lane at the Rock-Cola 50's Cafe on Indianapolis' east side.
"A lot of younger couples, I wanna bring my mom, I wanna bring my grandmother, and kids even love the place," said Greg Codozor, co-owner, Rock-Cola 50's Cafe
Long-time friends Dan Laria and Greg Codozor bought the cafe 10 years ago
"We went to high school together, graduated from Beech Grove High School together," said Dan Iaria, co-owner, Rock-Cola 50's Cafe
They were once cooks together at Bonanza, but now you can find them over the grill at their own restaurant.
"It's similar to chocolate milk but its thinner and sweeter and richer," said Iaria.
There are burgers, Reuben's and Chicago-style Italian beef on the menu. Codozor says they're really known for their grilled tenderloin.
With memorabilia covering the walls, the cafe has been a popular place for photo shoots. It's even been featured on national TV shows.
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