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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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Unspoken Rules of the Palladium

Jaguars and Land Rovers get free valet parking. Thank Tom Wood. Also: Book early for Michael Feinstein or Tony Bennett.

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Swoon List 7.15.14

Including the summer gumbo at Bluebeard.

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Divvy

The restaurant might have gotten serious about the food, but eating it—in a dining room that looks like Alice in Wonderland’s SoHo loft—is still seriously fun.

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Video: Divvy Chef Brock Jenkins Makes Fried Green Tomatoes

Divvy chef de cuisine Brock Jenkins says, “It’s always nice to get recognized, and it’s obviously because people have caught on to the buzz and are showing up and eating our food.”

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Photos: Best Restaurants Event 2014

See the full tasting-hour and sit-down dinner menus from our April 24 event celebrating many of the city’s top chefs and restaurants.

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Swoon List 2.11.14

Including a sharing stack of still-crisp green beans, pan-fried and topped with crunchy bacon crumbles at Divvy.

Frittle Candy, The New Indy Must-Do List
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The New Indy Must-Do List: Eat This

So you’ve munched on corn at the Indiana State Fair and had your mouth set afire by a certain shrimp-cocktail sauce. But what are the modern-day rites of passage? We have answers.

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Best New Comfort Foods: Mac 'n' Cheese

The meat-packed Mac Daddy from Rockstone Pizzeria Pub contains bacon, capocollo, and Smoking Goose City Ham baked in asiago sauce.

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Swoon List 1.8.14

Featuring a sentimental favorite: the pecan ball at Pipers Restaurant.

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Swoon List 11.19.13

Including smoked salmon eggs Benedict, sporting textbook poached eggs and sunny yellow hollandaise, at Dufour’s in Irvington.

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Swoon List 10.1.13

Including a sticky, smoosh-able pig-face Asian bun, its melt-in-the-mouth fatty meat sweetened with Korean barbecue sauce, at Bluebeard

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No. 8 — Divvy

Small-plate dining has taken off in Indy, but people have been sharing plates for a while here. They just called it “ordering off of the bar menu.” Meridian Restaurant & Bar (5694 N. Meridian St., 466-1111, meridianonmeridian.com) has an intriguing lineup of nibbles such as roasted beets and spiced popcorn > The happy hour menu at The Oceanaire (30 S. Meridian St., 955-2277, theoceanaire.com) ranges from crab cake bites to luscious shrimp and grits > The wafer-thin flatbreads at Palomino Restaurant & Bar (49 W. Maryland St., 974-0400, palomino.com) pair nicely with GNO beverages.

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Divide and Conquer: A Review of Divvy

The first thing you notice at Divvy, after you have strolled by packed communal tables in the bar and passed under raw-wood lampshades curved like Mobius strips, are the menus. Long, horizontal, and leather-bound like an old-timey razor strop, they contain sections upon subsections with suggestive monikers such as “Motion in the Ocean” and “Grazers Galore,” spanning more than 20 pages. You could dine here five nights a week, as some have, and never conquer the dozens of “Tidbits,” “Liquid Goods,” and “Mini Morsels” offered by this new foodie oasis in the shadow of Carmel’s Palladium. “The fun part was coming up with the names of the dishes,” says owner Kevin “Woody” Rider, the restaurateur who also brought Woody’s Library Restaurant to northside diners and helped open Bonge’s Tavern in Perkinsville.

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Swoon List: 5 Things We Adore Right Now

The corn “creme brulee” at Divvy (71 W. City Center Dr., Carmel, 317-706-0000), sweet but not overpowering, with firm kernels, a great creamy sauce, and the signature burnt topping. The artfully plated gorgonzola-stuffed chicken with scalloped potatoes and asparagus at

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