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April 2015

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Tinker Street

No. 3 – Herron-Morton is no longer a fine dining food desert. Peter George’s return to the scene has brought some of the best food to the area.

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Top Five Restaurant Spin-offs

These new restaurant spin-offs are serving up a second course.

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Best New Supper Clubs

These supper clubs showcase the talents of Indy’s most adventurous chefs.

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A Little 500 Documentary Finally Crosses the Finish Line

More than three decades after Breaking Away first introduced the race to the world, three IU alums present their film at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington.

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My Look: Tiffany Muñoz’s Yoga Tank Top

The creator of DharmaTees on her yoga-inspired line.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: The North End

Somehow Nelson’s unexpected fusion of high and low culture seems as natural as a dollop of sticky-sweet rib jam on a scoop of mac ’n’ cheese.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: Thunderbird

If you’re coming for dinner, don’t even think about passing up the opportunity to partake in the pickle-brined fried chicken.

Brackett already owns six Stacked Pickle sports bars in Indiana, and his business partner, Jeff Smith, most recently served as the operating partner at Harry & Izzy’s.
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Best New Restaurants 2015: Georgia Reese’s

During Sunday brunch, gospel music hums in the background as dolled-up church ladies flock to the buffet for cream cheese–stuffed French toast and another piece of fried chicken.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: Public Greens

The restaurant’s window-fringed dining room highlights slate-black tables, bench seating, wooden stools, and blown-up portraits of colorful dishes infused with produce from the onsite gardens.

Owner Shari Jenkins with The Big Hughey burger.
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Best New Restaurants 2015: Salty Cowboy

Jenkins found a neighborhood niche by turning the back half of the restaurant into a grownups-only hangout with bartenders swinging bottles of Sparkle Donkey reposado over salt-rimmed Mason jars.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: La Mulita

Nibbles like chimichurri sliders, chicken mole tamales, and fully loaded steak-and-egg chilaquiles bring to mind the freshest portable fare from a south-of-the-border street vendor.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: Plow & Anchor

An uncompromisingly seasonal menu with maritime influences and international accents, from South America to the Mediterranean.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: Union 50

Union 50 has become the coolest place to eat (and be seen eating) in town.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: The Garden Table

This place has enough rustic-modern style (and Smoking Goose meats) to woo committed carnivores, and plenty of finesse in the kitchen to make them crave clean living.

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Flashback: A Timeline of the King Cole Building

Though Bacon Legs & Turntables’s concept is trendy, its location claims a storied past. Here’s a peek at its many former lives.

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