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Noah Grant’s

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Swoon List: The Lemon Bar, Noah Grant’s, And More

How we spent our Labor Day weekend: eating.

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Taste Test: Raw Data

Give it to us straight.

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Restaurant Guide Update: April 2018

A tour of the city’s best dining.

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Noah Grant’s Grill House & Oyster Bar

Everything about this lively Main Street draw, including a fleet of servers who seem as happy to be there as you are, skews delightful.

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March 2018 First Bite

Noah Grant’s settles into a new home in Zionsville, Franklin’s Boujie Biscuit shares a cooking secret, and some delicious dining updates.

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Happy Hour: Crispy Bird, Noah Grant’s, And More

Forget Old Fashioneds, it’s Sazerac season, baby!

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The Feed: Cheese Class Is in Session at Goose and The Latest Noah Grant’s News

As if you needed an excuse to eat cheese and drink wine at Goose the Market.

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The Feed: Burger Study, Bocce at City Market, And More

Introducing more reasons why Indy is becoming a burger mecca.

Owner Shari Jenkins with The Big Hughey burger.
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Best New Restaurants 2015: Salty Cowboy

Jenkins found a neighborhood niche by turning the back half of the restaurant into a grownups-only hangout with bartenders swinging bottles of Sparkle Donkey reposado over salt-rimmed Mason jars.

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Swoon List 4.23.13

  1. A piping-hot skillet of potato-and-bacon gratin at Noah Grant’s Grill House & Oyster Bar (65 S. 1st St., Zionsville, 317-732-2233).
  2. Caviar pie at Late Harvest Kitchen (8605 River Crossing, 317-663-8063), a DIY starter that combines bite-size toasts with a soft wedge of roe-topped cheese. Doll it up with chopped egg, red onion, and capers.
  3. Sweetly potent caffe alla at Delicia (5215 N. College Ave., 317-925-0677), a stratified coffee with layers redolent of cinnamon and orange liqueur.
  4. Crisp-fried Brussels sprouts from Puzzle’s Restaurant (118 N Pendleton Ave., Pendleton 765-778-1944)
  5. Eggs over-easy from Charlie Brown’s Pancake and Steak House in Speedway (1*038 Main St, 317-243-2502*). The diner’s short-order cooks have perfected the delicate art of getting the whites chewy while leaving the golden yolks runny enough to sop up with a biscuit or toast.

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Swoon List: 5 Things We Adore Right Now

Tender medallions of monkfish wrapped in smoky house-cured lomo and served atop mustard greens and lentils at Peterson’s Restaurant (7690 E. 96th St., Fishers, 317-598-8863).

The elegantly simple, extra-cheesy margherita pizza at the JW Marriott’s

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