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There are over 7,700 businesses listed in Indiana. Top cities in Indiana with most businesses are Indianapolis (1,160), Fort Wayne (373), Bloomington (341), Evansville (275), South Bend (208), Lafayette (146), Terre Haute (136), Mishawaka (127), Elkhart (124), Muncie (119).

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Recent Reviews

Following are the latest 3 reviews submitted by visitors on various businesses in Indiana.

  • McDonald's

      by
    on 4/14/2015

    I went to this restaurant last week because of a billboard on the Indiana Toll Road advertising 2 filet-of-fish sandwiches for $5. When I went through the drive-up I was told that the special was no longer in effect and was told 2 of those would be $8.60. I told the sales person and the manager that I had gotten off the Toll Road because the billboard specifically advertised the McDonald's off exit 96 which was this one. The sales person said the special was no longer in effect. The manager told me that the billboard is put up by corporate and since this McDonald's is privately owned, it didn't have to comply with corporate advertising. There was nothing on the billboard indicating that the offer expired before the billboard would be changed. And there was nothing that said the billboard was put up by corporate and even though it directed me to this McDonald's, that it didn't have to comply with the billboard since it was privately owned. Personally, the filet-of fish is small and tasteless and definitely not worth $4.30 a sandwich, but two for $5 I was willing to pay to satisfy hunger. As the employees at this McDonald's were totally unwilling to honor the toll road billboard I drove across the street and got a sandwich at Subway. I will file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau as well.

  • Steak 'n Shake

      by
    on 3/17/2015

    I placed my order off your 4.00 dollar menu, waited 20 min, then asked where my order was? They acted confused handed me a bag, when I got home I had someone else's order. Was very upset my husband is on a special diet, and my sandwich was soggy where it had set. We received someone else's order, so they got our order. Bet they were upset too.......

  • Burger King

      by
    on 1/25/2015

    This store is very dirty. I had came in a couple days ago for dinner with my husband and the bathrooms are disgusting. The bathrooms smell, and I can tell they are never cleaned and if they are then it's cleaned very poorly. The tables and floors were sticky and so was the drink bar, my husband had mentioned the coca cola was flat. Also one of the chubbier managers with a darker hair color had attitude for no apparent reason and that I did not appreciate. When I came up and asked for a refill for my unsweetened iced tea she had rolled her eyes and made it seem like it was that hard to refill my drink. My fries were cold and it took almost 7 minutes for 2 value fries and 2 cheeseburger..Overall I can honestly say this was the nastiest Burger King I have been to.