Swoon List: 5 Things We Adore Right Now


  1. The tangy, crumbly lemon bars from Duos Kitchen (2960 N. Meridian St., 317-508-8614).
  2. Morels, lightly breaded and fried to perfection at Salt Creek Golf Retreat’s booth during last weekend’s Taste of Brown County event.
  3. King Wok’s (4915 W. 38th St., 317-297-3636) Goi Ga salad, a fresh-tasting Vietnamese chicken-and-cabbage salad with citrusy fish sauce dressing.
  4. Tuesday Shrimp Boil at The Jazz Kitchen (5377 N. College Ave., 317-253-4900). The juicy Old Bay-seasoned shrimp comes with corn and red potatoes—and pairs nicely with Sun King’s Cream Ale (also on special).
  5. Decadent bacon-wrapped scallop cakes, served just two to a plate—each just a little over a mouthful—at Miyagi’s (3625 E 96th St., 317-846-7077). These two tiny umami bombs are packed with minced scallops and blue crab, drizzled with plum teriyaki sauce, and plated with sweet orange sections.

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  • Trisha Lindsley

    Correction from our previous email. The Jazz Kitchen’s New Orleans Nights and Shrimp Boil takes place on Tuesdays, not Thursdays. We’ve corrected the post above and apologize for any confusion.

    On Thursdays, they feature Latin cocktails, half price paella for 2, and Sangria by the pitcher.

  • http://www.thejazzkitchen.com David Allee

    Thank you Trisha for the correction.
    We invite you all to take on the full New Orleans Night experience (Tuesdays) on our updated patio with the Louisiana Shrimp boil. In addition to Old Bay seasoning we use: Whole Coriander Seeds, Cloves, Lemon Peels, Bay Leaves and Cayenne Pepper to spice up the pot. Complete with free entertainment on the patio with Bill Lancton and The Red Hot Whiskey Sippers. Music starts at 6 p.m. Patio opens at 5.

    Latin Nights (Thursdays) kick off with free entertainment on the patio with Hombres Sin Nombres at 6:30 p.m. on the patio! You will also find latin cocktail features, sangria by the pitcher and half price paella for 2. Patio opens at 5 p.m. See you soon!