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Fletcher Place

The chili-rubbed Yucatan Chicken at Nada. Photo via Nada
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Eat Sheet: Nada, David’s Tea, and More

A Cincinnati-based modern Mexican spot announces plans to come downtown, and a specialty tea shop opens in The Fashion Mall.

Chicago-style Pizza, Giordanos
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Indy’s Chicago-Style Pizza

Indy’s new love affair with thick, cheesy, Chicago-style pizza has many intricate layers.

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Eat Sheet: Repeal Restaurant, Flix Brewhouse, and More

A new prohibition-focused restaurant nears its opening in Fletcher Place, and a Texas-based cinema-microbrewery debuts its new Carmel location.

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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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Hot Neighborhoods: Fletcher Place

Despite its newfound trendiness, the neighborhood still manages to retain its historic charm.

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The Wild Brunch: A Review of Milktooth

After months of anticipation and a slow, sexy rollout that included a series of preview brunches, Milktooth was finally ready for business in October.

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The Buzz: Hotel Tango

What’s your poison? Hotel Tango, a new artisan distillery in Fletcher Place, has it.

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Is Indy Really A Craft-Beer Boomtown?

Indiana’s 63 breweries in 2013 ranked us a modest 20th nationwide for a total number, and we were a middling 14th for our craft breweries per capita—not bad, but not as dominant as we might think.

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General American Donut Co. Rises to the Occasion

The black-raspberry Key lime, oozing with tart filling, and the coffee-and-cream, featuring a java-spiked chocolate frosting and a custardy center, seem particularly inspired.

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The revolving menu of complex dishes, such as the thin slivers of lamb tongue fanned out amid dollops of tart ricotta tzatziki, remains the city’s most inspired source for quirky gourmet.

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Introducing: Dinner at Rook

Almost as soon as he installed himself in the kitchen in late August, Carlos Salazar was coining new dinner dishes that, while adding sophistication and breadth to Rook’s already funky menu, furthered Ed Rudisell’s goal of making Asian street-food standards worthy of a night on the town.

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Street Savvy: Virginia Avenue

At first whiff, you might think you’ve stumbled into a French bakery at Lilly’s Soap Kitchen (below). The handmade soaps here look like slabs of swirled pound cake and come in yummy scents.

Fried tomatoes at Bluebeard in 2012
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Local Hero: A Review of Bluebeard

If there were a playbook for new restaurants, mapping out everything hot and covetable right now in the ever-changing game of dining out, Fletcher Place newcomer Bluebeard would already have it memorized.