If you're going out on the town to celebrate and you're planning to blow your diet anyway, let me tell you, the best place to do it is at The Mayberry Cafe.
You can choose from their specials--last night was Aunt Bee's fried chicken--or order your favorite Hoosier classic off the menu. My personal favorites are the beef Manhattan or the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich, but you can also get a variety of other good, old home-cooked meals. I chose the tenderloin, which comes the size of your head breaded and fried and served with steak fries. I can't even begin to describe how good this is!
While you're enjoying your dinner you can catch an episode of The Andy Griffith Show. As often as I've been in there it's surprising that I've never seen a repeat. Who wouldn't love a little Barney Fife with their meal? I mean you just have to love Barney and Goober. Last night I wanted to stay a little while longer to see if poor Opie got into trouble for telling a fib or not.
I recommend the peach cobbler served warm and topped with ice cream for stretching out a meal to see the ending. But once you get to the point where you can't eat another bite, and I'm sure you will, don't forget to check out Sheriff Andy's car on the way out. It's always parked out front.
Oh, and if you happen to have a teenager with you make sure you embarrass them to near death by taking pictures. Believe it or not he used to look just like Opie. I think he would have won thier Opie look-a-like contest had we know about it back then.