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The Feed: Crispy Bird, Sun King , and More

Crispy Bird is the word, and—locate your stretchy pants—food festival season is upon us.

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August Foodie: Brian Baker of Open Society Public House

“We have issues with gluten, and about 10 years ago, we realized Latin cuisine was the only one we could eat without really having to change the recipes.”

The tomahawk steak at Open Society Public House
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Swoon List: Open Society, Rook, and More

The five dishes you must try this week, including the tomahawk steak from Open Society Public House.

The peach-lemonade shakeup at Locally Grown Gardens
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Swoon List: Locally Grown Gardens, Vitality Bowls, and More

The five things you must try this week, including the peach-lemonade shake-up at Locally Grown Gardens.

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Flavor of the Month: Morel Mushrooms

Oakleys Bistro serves a morel buttermilk waffle, topped with pork cheeks, morel compound butter, and Indiana sorghum syrup.

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Best Specialty Markets of Indy

42 of Indy’s top-shelf grocery stores.

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Eat and Run on the Monon

The best places to refuel along the Monon.

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Hot List 3.20.15

Easter frocks and finds, spring wardrobe updates, and the wine dispenser you want to be seated by at your next dinner party.

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Talking Shop: 11 Indy Store Keepers Share Favorites

Owners and managers at stores ranging from Haus Love to Homespun, Rogue Decor to Rusted Moon Outfitters, dish on the places they love to browse.

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Recipe: Picnic in a Jar

City chefs Micah Frank (Black Market), Will Osgood (Pipers Restaurant), and Ron Harris (Locally Grown Gardens) assemble elegant picnic dishes stylishly presented in mason jars.

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Monon Trail Dog-Lover's Guide

Your best buddy can party in Broad Ripple, too: The deck and patio at Plump’s Last Shot is a happening scene for sociable dogs, with water bowls and servers who’ve been known to bring biscuits.

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13 Things We Love Most About the Monon Trail

1. It’s an advertising-free zone.
2. Barbecue sandwich at Locally Grown Gardens.
3. Murals.
4. Spying cool bikes. …

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Swoon List 5.28.13

1. The embarrassingly large pulled pork sandwiches served picnic style at Locally Grown Gardens (1050 E. 54th St., 317-255-8555).
2. Peppery fried chicken with greens and candied sweet potatoes at Southern Kitchen (7854 E. 96th St., Fishers, 317-288-0202).

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Hi There, Pumpkin

Check out the crazy gourd action at Locally Grown Gardens.

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Let’s Take This Outside

Some al fresco tables announce themselves from the curb—little wrought iron two-tops arranged along the edges of parking lots and busy sidewalks. But some of the best outdoor tables in town are more hidden from view (and, in many cases, comfortably out of the baking sun’s direct line of fire). Want to sip wine in an urban garden that looks like something straight out of West Side Story (with strings of lights and Friday night movies, no less)? Reserve a courtyard table at Iozzo’s Garden of Italy just south of downtown. Have a hankering for skewered appetizers and umbrella drinks with a tiki essence? The fenced-in patio attached to Revolucion is your hallowed ground. Here, a few more of our favorite secluded places to get a little air with dinner.

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