Swoon List: Cannon Ball Brewing, Sugarfire Smokehouse, And More
Erin Kem’s wholesome-meets-hearty white bean falafel at Cannon Ball Brewing (1702 Bellefontaine St., 317-426-5978) on a bright Greek-inspired salad with warm pita—perfect now that the Kennedy-King brewery has its windows open for sunny spring days!
The more-than-generous, slaw-topped pulled pork sandwich at recently opened St. Louis barbecue transplant Sugarfire Smokehouse (24 W. Washington St., 317-493-1293), paired with an unexpected side of rich and decadent creamed spinach.
A textbook grilled pork banh mi at Pho Tasty (6044 E. 82nd St., 317-436-7071) with sweet, lightly charred pork and a cool kick of jalapenos and cilantro on perfectly crunchy French bread that will have you happily brushing the crumbs from your lap before you head back to work.
A delightfully tasty and addictively spicy trio of tacos (two al pastor, one chorizo) topped in the traditional style of diced onions and cilantro, and dressed with a squeeze of fresh lime juice and salsa verde from Gil Tacos Estilo D.F. (1665 S. Lynhurst Drive, 317-992-9046).
Perfect Saturday morning baseball snack to go: sweet ginger biscotti with Earl Grey glaze. Picked up at Indie Coffee Roasters (220 E. Main St., Carmel, 317-993-3443) and sourced from Porter Books & Bread (5719 Lawton Loop East Dr., 317-388-5046).