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Reviews

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Review: Hedge Row American Bistro

A celebration of good old (new) Midwestern dining values.

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Review: Bridges Craft Pizza

A West Coast vibe in Greencastle.

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Ukiyo: Our Review

Brown narrates the parade of sushi, working slowly and precisely as if he is doing the voice-over for his very own cooking hour.

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Très Chick: A Review Of Crispy Bird

Très chick: We are Hoosiers, after all. Fried chicken is our thing. So of course fighting about it can get as messy as eating it.

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Review: Burger Study

A study in higher learning.

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Review: Taxman Fortville

Bargersville’s original food-forward brewing company explores the northern suburbs.

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Review: Provision

If tater tots are trending now, why not exploit the starchy nubbins with a grown-up treatment called Loaded Tater Tottlers?

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Review: Bar One Fourteen

David Hoover’s menu is brief and precise, a smartly cropped snapshot of his Paris cooking-school days.

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Review: Stella

When Neal Brown introduced Stella, the dreamy Mediterranean bistro that replaced his Mass Ave Pizzology in June, the announcement seemed like the tiniest plot twist in a crazy story arc of local restaurant news. In the months before and since, Indy’s dinner plans were ravaged by a string of closings. The dozens of casualties included […]

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Review: Livery Serves Tricked-Out Tapas In Cozy New Downtown Spot

There are easier ways to open a successful restaurant. Like choosing a raw location that is a little more accommodating than a crumbling building from the late 1800s, former horse stables with no electricity or plumbing—or picking a cuisine with some mass appeal, instead of tackling the exotic complexity of a tapas-style pan-Latin menu. You […]

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High on the Hog: A Review of The Mug in Irvington

The second incarnation of entrepreneur Chris Baggott’s farm-to-curb concept that started in Greenfield checks every box for a successful run.

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New Wave: A Review of Salt on Mass

It’s a stunner, for sure. Carmel’s MAWR Design wrapped this 3,000-square-foot slip of natural light in white shiplap and bleached-out stone for that luxurious Gulf Coast beach condo look that makes you want to remove your shoes at the door.

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Small But Meaty: A Review of Turf Catering + Kitchen

Turf is the kind of off-the-grid place that puts foodies like us in an awkward place of wanting to shout its praises from the corrugated rooftops but also keep its hidden-secret status all to ourselves.

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Raised Well: A Review of Griggsby’s Station

You want to root for a place this genuine and charming, with its patio lit by string lights and framed in 300-gallon stock tanks full of flowers—and its sweet plaid-shirted servers as chatty as old high school buddies you might run into at Target.

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Now Trending: A Review of Open Society

The cluster of umbrella-shielded tables out front feels like ground zero for everything Indianapolis wants to be right now.

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