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3 Days in Paris

Breakfast at Rosie
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Swoon List: Rosie’s Place, Ambrosia, and More

A tricked-out eggs Benedict, macarons galore, and a campfire cake.

Photo via Frona Mae
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Eat Sheet: Frona Mae Dessert Cafe, 3 Days in Paris, and More

Indy dining news this week includes the opening of Frona Mae Dessert Cafe, the relaunch date of 3 Days in Paris, and Indy’s best pumpkin-flavored dishes.

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3 Days in Paris's Crepe Cake Puts Us on Cloud 9

Whether topped with a bright lemon curd flecked with zest or a sweet raspberry puree atop layers of chocolate, this has all the delicacy of traditional crepes with the rich texture of an actual cake.

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Swoon List 3.25.14

Including a glorified hot dog, the Mexicano, at the just-opened La Mulita.

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Indy Winter Farmers Market Opens in City Market

Gorgeous beets of several varieties (the goldens get snapped up fast), ice cream from Lick, crepes from 3 Days in Paris, lettuces of every stripe, fresh eggs, sausages from Smoking Goose (alas, the bacon sold out early, save for the lamb variety), bright Brussels sprouts, bison steaks from Circle L Bison Farm and, oh goodness, just about everything else you might want to eat was on offer this weekend at the Indy Winter Farmers Market, enjoying its inaugural Saturday in the west wing of the City Market. The Star had some great photos of the bin action. But our favorite discovery of the week were the colorful and super-delicious breakfast boxes from Fermenti Artisan: local eggs, veggies, cheese (goat, from Capriole), and sausage griddled up hot, topped with bright Fermenti kraut, and served in a Chinese-food takeout container.

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To Market, To Market

Millersville Cafe Market (5490 N. Emerson Ave.) kicks off its summer season on June 2. Every Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. through August 25, tables and chairs will be set out for folks to enjoy their hot tamales from 3 in 1 Restaurant, crepes from 3 Days in Paris, Confectioneiress cupcakes, and food from a dozen other local vendors. But this unconventional take on a summer market—set up in a parking lot at the corner of Emerson Way and Fall Creek Parkway to attract folks on their drive home—is less a farmer’s market and more an outdoor food court. “We’d never seen a farmer’s market where you could sit down,” says market master Tom Eggers. So he started one.

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