Mick Jagger dined by himself in the restaurant. “Is [Indy] really just surrounded by cornfields?” he asked some patrons. “Are you really just pioneers?”
“I want to show Indy diners something they haven’t seen before—particularly in hotel dining,” says chef Tyson Peterson.
It remains a wonderfully hopeful and care-releasing show in the Symphony's season, apt to melt even the most resistant audience member's icy viscera.
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Tender medallions of monkfish wrapped in smoky house-cured lomo and served atop mustard greens and lentils at Peterson’s Restaurant (7690 E. 96th St., Fishers, 317-598-8863).
The elegantly simple, extra-cheesy margherita pizza at the JW Marriott’sRead more
The Guinness chocolate cupcake at Creation Cafe (337 W. 11th St., 317-955-2389), rich (but not too), with a perfectly piped cap of semi-sweet chocolate icing. The trifle-style tiramisu at Iozzo’s Garden of Italy (946 S. Meridian St., 317-974-1100Read more