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Lafayette

A colorful plate of food that includes roasted carrots, sliced raddish, and pickles.
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June’s First Bite

Indy’s dearth of bona fide barbecue joints is a subject of smoldering debate.

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Street Savvy: Lafayette

The best of Lafayette’s main drag.

Kirsten Serrano, owner of Restauration
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Destination Dining: Restauration

Lafayette’s Restauration has no processed foods in the kitchen, lots of seasonal produce from land they farm themselves, and scratch-made staples, from mayonnaise to soup stock.

Taste of Tippecanoe
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Day Trip: Taste of Tippecanoe

Taste of Tippecanoe on June 18 reps old favorites and newcomers on Lafayette’s emerging dining scene (20 restaurant openings within the past year).

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King of the Roc

Billy Roc teaches his students professional wrestling, the art of fake fighting. A sweat-scented garage in Lafayette doubles as his classroom, dubbed The School of Roc. His program is one of a handful in the state to teach the sport.

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My Look: Elisa Gudsteinsdottir's Infinity Scarf

“It’s funny—people here always think I don’t get cold because I’m from Iceland,” she says. “I’m human, too!”

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Damage Control: Purdue Researchers Tackle Football Head Injuries

Two researchers found that even small hits might cause permanent brain damage—and they’re pioneering new technology to protect the next generation.

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Destination Dining: Kokoro Sushi

Tony Yamazaki (endearingly referred to as “Crazy Tony”) runs the show at this college-town sushi house.

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Road Trip: Hot House Market in Lafayette

Filled with a darling mix of bohemian and retro treasures displayed cottage-style, it’s like Indiana’s version of Anthropologie—and reasonably priced.

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Lost and Found: Indiana Road Trips

When city-dwellers dream of the simple life, what they imagine are the petite gems of Indiana’s countryside. And it turns out these places are even prettier, the people friendlier, and the autumn leaves more colorful in real life. It’s honest-to-God Americana—only small. You have to look for it (as we did on these five trips). But don’t worry, you’ll find it. Just be sure to drive slowly, or you might blink and—well, you know.

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