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Northside Kitchenette

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Swoon List: Three Carrots, Northside Kitchenette, And More

Starting 2018 with a serving of healthy plates, noodle bowls, and a tower of pizzas.

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The Feed: Devour Indy Details, Hot Chicken for a Year, and More

Milktooth style you can wear, this week’s openings, chocolate news, and more.

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Eat Sheet: Tilly’s Tea Room, Hoagies & Hops, and More

Indy dining news this week includes Tilly’s Tea Room’s relocation, the opening date of Flat 12’s hoagies shop, and a new chef at Northside Kitchenette and Northside Social.

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Drawing Attention: Indy’s Premier Chalk Artists

Two local artists—many artistic menus.

The City Center’s Eggshell Bistro radiates a funky Parisian vibe.
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Lunch: Proper Nosh

Lunching ladies, grab your favorite women and push back your afternoon meetings. These classic lunch spots encourage lingering.

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Dig IN Brings It All Home

A recap of Dig IN 2015 at White River State Park.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: La Mulita

Nibbles like chimichurri sliders, chicken mole tamales, and fully loaded steak-and-egg chilaquiles bring to mind the freshest portable fare from a south-of-the-border street vendor.

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Side Kick: A Review of La Mulita

There is nothing delicate or first date–friendly about eating chilaquiles at a bar, but it’s hard to stop shoveling in bites of it, especially if you scoop it up between sips of fruity, frothy Piña Rosada.

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Top Five: Counter Seats

Take a front-row seat to some of the best kitchen acts in town.

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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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