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Peterson’s

No. 18 – It takes some diligence to maintain a spot on this list after 17 years. Peterson’s, which has been dishing up elegant surf and turf in its clubby, dark-paneled dining room since the dawn of gourmet mac and cheese, also has a lock on consistency.

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The Garden Table

No. 19 – Young Broad Ripplians, still dewy from hot yoga refuel at this fresh-faced juice bar and brunch kitchen.

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Public Greens

No. 20 – What has been most fun about Public Greens is how Patachou, Inc.’s most conscientious, improvisational offering is always changing to follow the seasons.

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Spoke & Steele

No. 21 – Spoke & Steele brings a new level of bespoke dining to downtown’s Le Meridien hotel.

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Napolese Pizzeria

No. 22 – Napolese has one not-so-secret weapon that elevates this menu above the rest: Patachou, Inc.’s executive chef Tyler Herald.

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Pioneer

No. 23 – Food is the headline act at this Fountain Square music club.

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Revery

No. 24 – The 2014 opening of Revery put Greenwood on the culinary map. Former Mesh executive chefs bring a comforting charm to the downtown location.

Da Jarman
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The Feed: Tappers Arcade Bar, Fat Dan’s, and More

An arcade bar launches in Fletcher Place, a new ramen spot opens in Carmel, and Fat Dan’s prepares for the opening of its second location.

The Eagle
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The Eagle Has Landed on Mass Ave

It’s a gutsy move, serving fried chicken to a Hoosier audience raised on Hollyhock Hill and Gray Brothers Cafeteria, but this bird—Amish-raised on an Ohio farm before being brined and dredged in a proprietary dusting that gives the pieces a hint of delayed heat—might as well hail from a Hendricks County church pitch-in.

John Adams
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Posh Spice: A Review of Marrow

Marrow is as complex as its own deep, rich vegetable curry. If this food needs some kind of user-friendly portmanteau, may we suggest globalicious?

Pioneer Review
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Farm to Turntable: Review of Pioneer

“A lot of the menu choices had to do with the history of Fountain Square, which was predominantly settled by Germans, Italians, and people from northern Europe. This is where the cultures collided in this city. Literally, where I am standing right now.”

sandwich love Handle review
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Review: Belly of the Beast

Milwaukee’s loss is Indy’s gain.

Repeal Velveeta-topped burger
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Speakeasy Does It: Repeal Review

Don’t think about it. Just raise your old-school beveled glass and enjoy.

Sangiovese Ristorante Tiramisu
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Mini Review: Sangiovese Ristorante

This reopened Indy classic brings out the best of Italian basics.

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Mini Review: Cropichon et Bidibule

Their cheery bistro dedicated to Le Cordon Bleu classics and the rustic buckwheat galettes of Kathy’s native Brittany feels as though it’s been serving soupe a l’oignon to Mass Ave sophisticates for years.

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