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A metal sheet pan lined in parchment holds a biscuit sandwich
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Provider’s Biscuit Sandwich

What’s in that?

A chicken salad sandwich on wheat bread sits atop potato chips.
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Best Of Cluck

Chicken salad sandwiches have never gone out of style.

A sandwich stacked high with corned beef, Swiss cheese, and yellow mustard on rye
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The City’s Best Sandwiches

25 sandwiches to eat right now in Indianapolis.

sandwich love Handle review
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Review: Belly of the Beast

Milwaukee’s loss is Indy’s gain.

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New in Town: Big Lug Canteen

It’s the kind of casual gathering spot that Nora has been wanting for years. The place has been crowded nearly every night since it opened with customers enjoying their fill of the smooth and balanced toffee-rich King Jive English Brown Ale and the fruity, floral Kristofferson American oatmeal pale.

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It’s National Grilled Cheese Month

From decadent doughnut versions to mini nibbles, seven sensational takes on the ooey-gooey comfort food.

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New In Town: Your Local Deli and Market

The focal point of the deli is a floor-to-ceiling chalkboard mural of an Irvington street scene and a chalkboard menu drawn by Sun King Brewery’s in-house artist, Shane Brown.

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Open Wide for the Corned Beef at Apezza

“Most bars cover up bad corned beef with sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing,” Steve Wechter laments, “but I wanted the meat to shine.”

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Taste of Havana's Cuban Sandwich Is New to Indy

Owner Jorge Chalgub and his daughter Dayana Mireles (who took a year off as an engineering student at IUPUI to help her father run the business) press sandwiches and bake fresh-fruit pastries in the tradition of their island heritage.

Eat + Drink, the new lounge next door to Taste Cafe, gets funky with small plates and cocktails.
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Nice Addition: A Review of Eat + Drink

Deep leather club chairs and tufted sofas? You won’t find any of those old cocktail-lounge frills here, Grampa. What surprises is how this snug, graffiti-chic space reimagines the concept of boozy swank.

Frittle Candy, The New Indy Must-Do List
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The New Indy Must-Do List: Eat This

So you’ve munched on corn at the Indiana State Fair and had your mouth set afire by a certain shrimp-cocktail sauce. But what are the modern-day rites of passage? We have answers.

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Best New Comfort Foods: Meatloaf Sandwich

Libertine’s country-style slab emerges from the oven unadorned, heavier than most but sporting the nearly silken texture of a fine French terrine.

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Review: Michael's Southshore

As a rule, suburban strip-mall eateries aren’t known for being innovators in fashion-forward decor or cutting-edge cuisine. Too often, they’re stop-off points to grab a pint or some stick-to-your-ribs grub when you don’t want to drive into the city. Something about the spacious storefront at 11705 Fox Road, nestled as it is among the tree-lined curves of Geist Reservoir and sporting sky-high ceilings and a rustic stone fireplace in the bar, always seemed to require a more substantial establishment, and while a string of eateries have tried to capitalize on the space’s charm, it wasn’t until I entered Michael’s Southshore, the latest tenant, that I felt a destination restaurant had arrived.