A Roundup of Super Bowl Roundups

We’ve collected links to several recent local and national stories about dining in Indianapolis during the Super Bowl. Here, a few of our favorites.

Explore Indy’s Surprising Food Scene on PBS.org. Your Guide: Local food blogger Erin Day. Best Tip: Day gives a special call-out to the breaded tenderloin. Yes, we eat fried pork on a bun. Deal with it.

Dwight Freeney’s Nine Favorite Indianapolis Restaurants originally published in the February issue of Men’s Health. Your Guide: The Super Bowl XLI champion and 10-year Indy resident. Best Tip: A mention of home-style cornbread and lemonade at Kountry Kitchen (1831 N. College Ave., 317-926-4476).

What to Do This Weekend: Tackle Super Bowl in Indianapolis on Chicagomag.com. Your Guide: The Escape Artist, the site’s weekend guide. Best Tip: A shout-out to Black Market (922 Massachusetts Ave., 317-822-6757) and acknowledgment that our town also has some inventive cuisine and seasonal beers.

You Are Here (Where Is Here?): An Insider’s Guide To Indianapolis For Super Bowl Visitors on local literary online magazine Punchnels.com. Your Guide: Writer Evan Finch. Best Tip: Only a local is allowed to lampoon our local dining scene. And Finch does it in style, with mentions of The Whistle Stop (375 S. Illinois St., 317-639-1605), Barringer’s Tavern (2535 S. Meridian St., 317-783-3663), and John’s Famous Stew (1146 Kentucky Ave., 317-636-6212).

A New Englander’s Primer to Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI. Your Guide: Indy comedian Phil the Void. Inside Tip: A mention of sugar cream pie from Locally Grown Gardens (1050 E. 54th St., 317-255-8555).

But if you really want to know where locals go for good food and great company, just go here