Pancakes. Quiche. Breakfast tacos. Eggs benedict. Hungry yet?

Rosie’s Place opened its doors on the square in downtown Noblesville in 2010 and quickly became a local favorite, with the charming vintage interior featuring exposed brick walls. With plans to open a Carmel location in late September 2018 at Olivia on Main, the love for Rosie’s keeps growing.



Rosie’s Place gets its namesake from the owner Debbi’s paternal grandmother. The restaurant, which serves breakfast and lunch seven days a week, is meant to be a gathering space for family, friends and the community.

Everything here is made from scratch, and the menu changes seasonally. Breads are baked and meats are roasted in house, not to mention the expansive bakery counter that greets you and tempts you upon entry. Don’t leave without grabbing one or two of the famous gooey butter cookies. A St. Louis classic, this sweet treat always sells out. Rosie’s bakes about 2,000 per week and makes seasonal varieties like pumpkin gooey butter cookies.

Rosie's Place

Beyond the traditional breakfast and lunch fare, don’t miss the pork tenderloin benedict, a twist on the classic Hoosier pork tenderloin sandwich. This “benny” is a split biscuit topped with hand-breaded tenderloins, two poached eggs, cheddar cheese and sausage gravy with country potatoes on the side. You won’t leave hungry after eating that!

Walk it off with a stroll around the Historic Noblesville Square. Check out our blog to see how you can spend a whole day exploring the galleries, antiques and boutiques in downtown Noblesville.


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