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Terry Kirts

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Happy Trails, Chef Hardesty

SoBro prix fixe fave Recess is closing, and Neal Brown’s Ukiyo will replace it.

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Discovery: Gregory's Russian Restaurant

Piano-playing restaurant host Gregory Baranovsky is back with restorative fare for wintry nights.

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Revisiting Caplinger's Fresh Catch

Nick and Andrew Caplinger have put some muscle behind their new program, which includes whole animal butchering in house.

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Hola, Festiva

Chicken pozole, tacos al pastor, and short ribs demonstrate the kitchen’s range, from authenticity to innovation.

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Pizza Road Trip

Some come for hearty plates of lasagna or penne tossed with ingredients from family gardens, served with buttery garlic rolls. Others opt for the 18-inch pies that fly out the door on weekend nights.

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Street Savvy: IUPUI

The growing campus offers a smart selection of cultural attractions for the public. Here’s a crash course.

Plat 99
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Second Course with Plat 99

This May, Eli Laidlaw returned to a newly created sous chef position at Plat 99 with the charge to change the bar’s winter menu “as fast as you can.”

Kirklin Street Savvy
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Street Savvy: Kirklin

A once-sleepy town on Old Michigan Road reinvents itself as a destination for antiquers—and pizza lovers.

Vida artisan bread basket
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Taste Test: Indy’s Best Bread Baskets

From Mesh’s charming bread service to the Rathskellar’s pretzels, bread is back on the menu in Indy.

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8 Surprises on Brown County Menus

It’s hard to go wrong with fried biscuits and apple butter, but menu surprises at some of Brown County’s time-tested eateries might tempt you to stray from old standards.

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Eat and Drink Brown County

A couple of classic spots get a new and improved taste, while an Indy pizzeria arrives on Main St. Rediscover food and drink in Brown County this fall.

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Street Savvy: Fortville

Once a sleepy burg along the “Bee Line” Railroad, Fortville now has a hip Main Street address for artisans, boutiques, and casual eats.

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Meat and Greet: October’s Foodie George Turkette

Pig’s Tale’s most basic selections take quality to the next level. “Instead of hot smoking, we’re doing a dry-aged, cold-smoked bacon that will pack in even more flavor.”

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Sophisticated Meat Options Expanding Downtown

St. Elmo Steak House to open adult burger experience in vacated square footage of Circle Centre Mall.

Empire Pizzeria
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Foodie Road Trip: Pie Hopes in Kirklin

Kirklin’s Empire Pizzeria offers top-shelf ingredients with culinary-school cred.