Tasty Indy: A Foodie Paradise In Indianapolis

Tasty Indy: A Foodie Paradise In Indianapolis

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With a strong emphasis on local, seasonal food and farm-to-fork philosophy, your stomach, and taste buds, will definitely be pleased in Indianapolis.

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    Neal Brown is one of the best-known chefs in Indy (he also owns the Libertine Liquor Bar and is a co-founder of Dig IN), and his Neapolitan pizza spot is worth a visit. Start with a very good grilled romaine salad, studded with shallots and fresh mozzarella, then decide between red- or white-sauce pizza, both cooked in the wood oven.
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    Chef and owner Steve Oakley has been wowing diners in his intimate, casual, near-north spot since 2002. There’s nowhere else in town you’re going to be served waffle-crusted bacon hanging on a tiny clothesline, and the duck (from Michiana’s Maple Leaf Farms) is divine.
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    Goose is a perfect spot for a lunch of charcuterie, artisan cheeses, bread and wine. Take some goodies to go, too.
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    Pick up some of their signature “bennies,” a delectable croissant- donut hybrid. Take in the sights in Fountain Square and Fletcher Place for a bit; it’s a fast-evolving dining mecca that boasts a plethora of other unique bars and eateries
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    One of Indy’s newest dining darlings - Try the Dutch Baby Cornmeal Pancake with shaved Smoking Goose ham.
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    They boast a menu based on seasonal and local ingredients (they list their exact local sources on their website). Their menu changes literally daily and gives diners a fantastic representation of Indiana's amazing agricultural offerings.
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    This modern pub features big communal tables and serves modern spins on old classics using local ingredients. The chef, Micah Frank, concentrates on nose-to-tail cuisine that uses all parts of the animal and minimizes waste as much as possible.
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    The Rathskellar restaurant has been a resident of the building since 1898 and serves up German beer-house food. If you love horseradish and are feeling brave, try their pretzels with extra spicy mustard.
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    Head to the newly re-established City Market (first opened in 1886), for dozens of vendors selling everything from gourmet sandwiches to artisanal chocolates to tamales.
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