Tenderloin: The name means different things in different places. In San Francisco, it's a neighborhood on Nob Hill. In New York, the Tenderloins are a comedy troupe. But in Indiana, it's a tasty, fried or breaded cutlet of pork nearly the size of your head. You can find tenderloins at county fairs, the race track, and on the menu of nearly every small-town diner.
The Hoosier sandwich even made its way into the national spotlight, being mentioned as a "fan favorite," when Indy hosted Super Bowl XLVI. So it's no surprise that Hamilton County restaurants have joined forces for a "Tenderloin Trail." Some are even offering specials for "Tenderloin Tuesdays" through the end of July. Take a look at these tasty tenderloin treats available in and around Indy.