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SoBro

The bright blue inside of a boutique shop.
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Shoptalk: The Urban Hippie

Explore this Fort Wayne free spirit as it opens its Indy location.

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Introducing Greg Hardesty’s Studio C

“Because that’s all I’ve ever really cared about. It’s never been about money or fame, just how good I can get at this craft of cooking.”

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Review: Liter House

Liter House brings German brews and brats to SoBro.

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Swoon: Liter House

When you fuse the smoke of Texas barbecue with the rib-sticking classics of German cuisine, you get Liter House.

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Ukiyo: Our Review

Brown narrates the parade of sushi, working slowly and precisely as if he is doing the voice-over for his very own cooking hour.

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Petrov Frame is the Gold Standard

“All of the great cities have a museum-quality frame shop. You don’t have to go to New York for those services. They’re here.”

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Delicia

No. 5 – The Delicia vibe practically whisks you away to a poolside cabana at a South American resort, while the menu provides a sample of the region’s cultures.

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Recess

No. 8 – No one tells us what to eat—except Greg Hardesty, the Recess chef-owner who has been crafting a prix-fixe menu at his SoBro mainstay since 2010.

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Three Models for Indy’s Hot Neighborhoods

A strong sense of community pervades one little downtown neighborhood populated with charming 1800s Victorians.

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At Home: Ben & Janneane Blevins’s Loft

“We used to have couches, but we always ended up sitting on the floor. So we got rid of most of our tables and chairs.”

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New in Town: Verdigris Antiques

This new shop bucks the chalk-paint trend with grown-up pieces that will turn into heirlooms.

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Top Five: Dairy Queens in Indy

The mom-and-pop ice cream stands of small-town Indiana get a lot of love, and rightly so. Often overlooked, though, are the quaint little Dairy Queen stores that dot city neighborhoods around Indianapolis.

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Glam Metallics Make a Statement

An architectural copper chair, glam high-tops, and Greek-key glassware.

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24 Hours in the Life of an Entrepreneur

As the owner of Indie Bike and National Moto+Cycle in SoBro, Matty Bennett always has plenty of work to keep his hands dirty. This winter, he kept track of a typical day.

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Good News from Printtext

The couple’s knack for design explains why their shop feels like a minimalist-cool living room, with an inviting Erwin Lambeth couch, Tolix metal chairs, and colorful sheaves of magazines stacked on tables.

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