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Chatham Tap

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The Feed: Baby’s, Native Bread, And More

This week’s roundup of Indy’s hottest dining news.

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Cluck, Yeah: Our Roundup Of Indy’s Favorite Chicken Wings

When prepping for your Super Bowl soirée, don’t wing it! Follow our guide.

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Meet Soccer Fans at Chatham Tap

Listening to accented voices spur on their favorite footballers makes the spot feel more like London than Indy—especially when you insouciantly toss an Arsenal or Chelsea scarf around your neck on the way out the door.

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Indy’s Best Chicken Wings

Get your wet naps ready, it’s #NationalChickenWingDay.

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Making Amens: A Review of St. Joseph Brewery & Public House

St. Joseph Brewery & Public House turns a 135-year-old Catholic parish on College Avenue into a sanctuary of beer.

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10 Great Indy Dinner-and-Theater Pairings

The artsy environs at the Alexander hotel make Cerulean the perfect place to discuss Mark Rothko’s play Red, showing at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.

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Know Before You Go: Mass Ave’s World Cup Block Party

For one, know what’s at stake: If the Americans waffle against the Belgians, we’re toast.

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Loud and Proud: Indy's World Cup Fans

The World Cup comes just two months after the debut of the Indy Eleven. While the world’s game has long struggled to find permanent footing stateside, interest in the sport has been rekindled.

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Where to Catch Soccer Fever

Last week Indy was awarded hosting duties for a match featuring a pair of soccer’s international superpowers on Aug. 1. Tickets go on sale tonight (June 4) at 10 p.m. and range from $30 to $135. This came on the heels of the splashy announcement in May that the Indy Eleven pro soccer team will kick into action next year.

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No. 17 – Chatham Tap

This English pub caters to scarfed soccer fans, and apparently there are a lot of them. It’s perfectly acceptable to show up alone here and belly up to the bar for the house-specialty fish and chips and an Old Speckled Hen.

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COMING SOON: Chatham Tap's Sibling

Daniel Jones, Jim Ailes, David Pentzien, owners of Chatham Tap (8211 E. 116th St., 317-845-1090; 719 Massachusetts Ave., 317-917-8425) have announced plans to open a beer-meets-flatbread concept this September in the now-shuttered Agio space (635 Massachusetts Ave.).

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