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Best Restaurants 2016

Wood-fired wild mushrooms at Union 50
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Union 50

No. 16 – Union 50 proves that when you have a menu adventurous enough to offer a smear of roasted bone marrow alongside fish and chips with powdered vinegar, you don’t have to follow the standard rules of engagement.

Salmon at The Oceanaire Seafood Room
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The Oceanaire Seafood Room

No. 17 – Don’t save Oceanaire just for special occasions. Hot appetizers such as the generous crab cake or the rich and savory shrimp and grits make for a great weeknight meal with a salad and a glass of wine.

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Peterson’s

No. 18 – It takes some diligence to maintain a spot on this list after 17 years. Peterson’s, which has been dishing up elegant surf and turf in its clubby, dark-paneled dining room since the dawn of gourmet mac and cheese, also has a lock on consistency.

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The Garden Table

No. 19 – Young Broad Ripplians, still dewy from hot yoga refuel at this fresh-faced juice bar and brunch kitchen.

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Public Greens

No. 20 – What has been most fun about Public Greens is how Patachou, Inc.’s most conscientious, improvisational offering is always changing to follow the seasons.

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Spoke & Steele

No. 21 – Spoke & Steele brings a new level of bespoke dining to downtown’s Le Meridien hotel.

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Napolese Pizzeria

No. 22 – Napolese has one not-so-secret weapon that elevates this menu above the rest: Patachou, Inc.’s executive chef Tyler Herald.

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Pioneer

No. 23 – Food is the headline act at this Fountain Square music club.

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Revery

No. 24 – The 2014 opening of Revery put Greenwood on the culinary map. Former Mesh executive chefs bring a comforting charm to the downtown location.

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The Local Eatery & Pub

No. 25 – Derek Means and Craig Baker’s suburban farm-to-table brasserie makes a fourth appearance on Indy Monthly’s Best Restaurants list.

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