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Shoefly Public House

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Foodie Couples: Perfect Pairings

Get to know eight couples operating some of Indy’s favorite restaurants and food services.

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Swoon List 2.4.14

Including the vegan cookies-and-cream cake at the Mass Ave and Carmel Bazbeaux locations.

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Swoon List 1.21.14

Including eggs Benedict with a Southern twang at The Indigo Duck.

Shoefly Public House
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Worth the Wait: A Review of Shoefly Public House

Craig Mariutto knew his customers weren’t just going to expect a shoofly pie; they were going to expect a good shoofly pie.

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Swoon List 12.10.13

Including this glossy dark chocolate bar flavored with warm pumpkin spice and textured with the tiniest nibs of almond, one of two just-released seasonal flavors from Endangered Species Chocolates.

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Swoon List 11.12.13

Including a soul-warming Maple-pecan Hot Toddy, made of infused Maker’s Mark, maple syrup, and muddled orange, at Eat + Drink, Taste Cafe & Marketplace’s new conjoined cocktail lounge.

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Swoon List 10.29.13

Including the crispy, sauced-to-order duck wings (try the chimichurri) from Shoefly Public House.

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New in Town: Shoefly Public House

Reviving a century-old storefront that used to be a pharmacy in the 1950s, as well as the Black Curtain Dinner Theatre, Craig and Kait Mariutto have sparked some life in a part of town without a bona fide sit-down restaurant in decades.

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Coming Soon: Shoefly Public House

Craig Mariutto, a transplant from the state of New York, says the menu will feature rustic pub food with a modern touch.

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July 2013

For those who dream of taking the plunge, a guide to buying your Indiana lake home. Plus, a primer on renting, for those just testing the waters—featuring Wawasee, Monroe, Michigan, Tippecanoe, Patoka, and more.

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COMING SOON: Shoefly Public House

Shoefly Public House (122 E. 22nd St.) is scheduled to open in February in the Fall Creek Place neighborhood that is home to Goose the Market and Tea’s Me Cafe. Two years ago, owner Craig Mariutto and his wife, Kaitlin, decided Shoefly was exactly what the near-downtown neighborhood needed as it experiences a period of renaissance: a family-friendly place with good food that residents could call their local restaurant.

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