Enjoy a Southern Indiana Meal at the Yoho General Store
1930s – Operated by the Yoho brothers.
1933 – A fire consumed the store.
1934 – The store was rebuilt and still stands on the corner of IN-43 and E. Tulip Rd.
2012 – CFC Properties purchased the Yoho General Store and made extensive renovations.
2018 – Southern-Indiana dishes became very popular; thus, the store expanded its seating area to accommodate its visitors.
Today, visitors can sit back and relax in the restored 1930s establishment and enjoy a deli-style breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The store is well known for its weekly specials, custom deli sandwiches, biscuits n' gravy, hand-scooped ice cream, pie, and more. Other goods, such as produce and necessity items are available, as well as 24/7 gasoline, making it an ideal one-stop location!
Take time to explore the nearby attractions such as the Tulip Trestle, Indiana’s largest railroad viaduct, and the Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum, displaying work from artists around the world! It’s the ideal road trip – you’ll be glad you made the drive!