Almost every notable restaurant in town has one thing in common these days: a reliance on Hoosier farmers.
St. Joseph Brewery & Public House turns a 135-year-old Catholic parish on College Avenue into a sanctuary of beer.
Here are our choices, presented in chronological order because we can’t really rank them. Well, except for maybe that one.
Custom gaming furniture and chic local finds fill temporary stores this week.
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“What you put in your body is more important than what you put on it,” says Miss America 2009. “I consider food to be a beauty product.”
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“I’m a spirits guy—the basics,” he says. “Pretty much a 60-year-old white man in a 40-something-year-old black man’s body.
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“Sometimes, I’ll just go into T.J. Maxx, find a $20 dress, and wear it on-air,” says the WTHR morning anchor. “No one can tell.”
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“My motto is leave the ego at the door,” she says. “Fantastic food and drink will speak for themselves.”
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See our picks for best trendy workout, rockin’ spinning class, healthy snack, yoga retreat, blowout bar, and more.
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“I still buy books at bookstores, and most of our children’s books come from Kids Ink,” he says. “I buy some YA titles there, too.”
They say the best bands are greater than the sum of their parts. In the case of The Last IV, the parts are pretty excellent themselves.
From to Union 50 to The Mug, La Mulita to Ezra’s Enlightened Cafe, we’re highlighting 22 winners in the dine-and-drink categories.
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