Joseph Decuis offering discounts to Roanoke residents

Joseph Decuis, Indiana’s highly acclaimed farm-to-table restaurant, is offering a discount to local Roanoke residents.

To celebrate 20 years as a restaurant in Roanoke, as well as to celebrate the Eshelman’s 30th year of owning a building in the town, residents of Roanoke are being offered a small discount at the Emporium, the Restaurant and both bed and breakfast locations.

Alice Eshelman, proprietor said, “We love this sweet little town! The buildings, the ambiance, the people, all make it a wonderful place to grow a business and a family. We love seeing how this town has a momentum of its own again. Many new stores opening, buildings purchased and fixed up, homes being renovated and a new school getting ready to open. It is a happy place.”

The fine-dining restaurant is now open on Friday and Saturday nights, with a reservation, and the Emporium is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There is a secluded courtyard for outside dining, carry-out or for the restaurant when it is open. A driver’s license with a Roanoke address is required for the discount.

Eshelman stated that originally, the plan was to have multiple events to celebrate 20 years in Roanoke, but plans changed with the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We thought that the discount offer would be a good way to start off our celebration, and would be one small way that we could give back to our neighbors here,” Eschelman said.

Other celebrations have been postponed until 2021, but the discount offer will be ongoing to encourage Roanoke neighbors to stop in.

Information about the restaurant and current menus are available at or by calling with questions at 672-1715. Joseph Decuis can also be found on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.