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Dining

A large mug of Bloody Mary garnished with the requisite celery stalk.
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Swoon List: Aristocrat Pub, Asia Wok, And More

Five things we’re craving right now.

Pumpkin ice cream at Wyliepalooza
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The Feed: Wyliepalooza And 16-Bit Open New Locations

Game on! A new watering hole offers classic arcade games, old-school cocktails, and beer selections.

A perfectly charred pizza sits atop a pizza paddle and is dressed with arugula.
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Review: King Dough

Even if you think you know exactly what a food group, namely pizza, is supposed to look like and taste like—well, it might change your way of thinking.

Bacon broth, fennel, oyster mushrooms, parmesan, and pasta
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Swoon List: Oakleys Bistro, Jailbird, And More

Five things we’re currently craving.

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So Jelly

Offbeat toast-toppers are our jam.

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The Feed: Bonna Station And Thr3e Wise Men Close Their Doors

This week’s roundup of Indy’s hottest dining news.

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The Feed: Cheers To Guggman Haus Brewing

Summertime is here—and so are six new beers.

A prime rib sandwich from Harry & Izzy's
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Swoon List: Harry & Izzy’s, The Loft At Traders Point, And More

The St. Elmo prime rib sandwich is a classic.

A metal sheet pan lined in parchment holds a biscuit sandwich
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Provider’s Biscuit Sandwich

What’s in that?

A generous portion of white fish over a light brown transluscent broth of dashi and kimchi
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Swoon: Studio C

Sea bass over kimchi at Studio C.

A colorful plate of food that includes roasted carrots, sliced raddish, and pickles.
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June’s First Bite

Indy’s dearth of bona fide barbecue joints is a subject of smoldering debate.

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Swoon List: Bar Bosco, Tandoor & Tikka, And More

Five things we’re currently craving.

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The Feed: The Lunchbox Collective At Public Greens

Public Greens gets greener.

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Street Savvy: Zionsville

South Village, a former retail dead zone, is now a thriving pocket of indulgences. Zionsville’s latest lures.

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A Feast For The Eyes

“I wanted to find out if I could really make it doing this sign and mural business, so I went for it. It’s been non-stop since I started.”

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