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Best New Restaurants 2015

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Best New Restaurants 2015: Tropicalisimo

Latin-food fans can linger over the eye-popping appetizer platter of salami and Longaniza sausage served on a mound of fried chicken bites, plantains, shrimp, and mozzarella sticks at Tropicalisimo.

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Best New Supper Clubs

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

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Best New Restaurants 2015: Milktooth

Jonathan Brooks lavishes the bed-head crowd with creative takes on the morning meal at Milktooth.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: Spoke & Steele

At Spoke & Steele, Chef Tyson Peterson puts his focus on “authentic food and drink sourced and influenced from the best of Indiana’s craft vendors and purveyors.”

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Best New Restaurants 2015: Revery

The Michelin-starred duo of Mark Heinrichs and Danny Salgado put their fearless spin on culinary-school classics at Revery.

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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.

Chef Braedon Kellner
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Best New Restaurants 2015: Tinker Street

Tinker Street’s mere 36 main dining-room seats almost guarantee that you will share elbow space with a stranger.

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.

Photo by Tony Valainis
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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.

Photo by Tony Valainis
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Best New Restaurants 2015: Ezra’s Enlightened Cafe

Ezra’s serves a dairy-free, processed sugar–free, GMO-free, gluten-free, organic, local, raw, “beegan” menu.

Photo by Tony Valainis
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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.

Photo by Tony Valainis
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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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