ROUND THE CLOCK

Round the Clock offers cozy family dining, fresh made-from-scratch food

2014-03-16T00:00:00Z Round the Clock offers cozy family dining, fresh made-from-scratch food nwitimes.com
March 16, 2014 12:00 am

Round the Clock Family Restaurants are family-owned establishments that focus on people, including both their customers and their employees, and they deliver a quality dining experience. They believe that delicious food, an inviting atmosphere, and excellent customer service are what every customer deserves, and that’s exactly what they bring to Northwest Indiana. Their made-from-scratch meals, paired with their hot-out-of-the-oven rolls, homemade soups and freshly baked desserts all come together to create an unforgettable dining experience that’s just like home.

Rinoula Alexiades says that they first opened the Round the Clock location in Schererville in 1977 and all of her family works at their restaurants, in Hammond, Lansing, Schererville, and Highland to bring quality food that is made from scratch daily. “At all of our locations you will get the same quality of family food. For the past 30 years we have focused on our food and on our atmosphere. Families come and you feel like it’s a home away from home. Our kitchen is your kitchen. In every restaurant we have a chef and a baker. The chef makes our daily soups and our daily specials from scratch. Our cheesecakes, pies, and rolls are baked fresh by our baker every single day. We want our food to be fresh and we value our customers who have been coming to our restaurants for almost 40 years,” says Alexiades.

Perhaps this is why Round the Clock Family Restaurants have been voted the Best Family Restaurant by Times of Northwest Indiana readers for 17 years running, including the Best Place for Breakfast 2013 and Best Place for Lunch 2013. The Schererville Round the Clock, which opened in January 1977, offers a warm and inviting European cottage design; the Highland Round the Clock, opened in 1996, has a unique barn design that features a fireplace and lots of cozy booths; and the Hammond and Lansing locations are now open.

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