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The Eagle

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Swoon List: Milktooth, Meet Noodles, And More

Five things we’re craving right now.

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Introducing Krueger’s Tavern

This new downtown eatdrinkery hails from Cincinnati’s trendy Over the Rhine neighborhood.

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The Feed: Goodbye To Papa Roux

Cincinnati’s Thunderdome Restaurant Group is bringing another one of its hits to Indy, Krueger’s Tavern.

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Street Savvy: Mass Ave

On downtown’s best street, the action shifts to the west end.

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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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Swoon List: Ichiban Sushi Bar, Keystone Sports Review, And More

A dozen of the Hot Garlic wings served with carrots, celery, and bleu cheese from Keystone Sports Review (5602 N. Keystone Ave., 317-251-9902).Ichiban Sushi Bar (8265 U.S. 31 S, 317-883-1888) serves more than 30 types of special sushi rolls, including Racquel’s Tataki: spicy tuna, salmon, sticky rice, avocado, and tobiko. The Eagle (310 Massachusetts Ave., […]

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The Feed: Festiva, The Eagle, and More

Plenty of new Mexican options, and openings from City Market to Fishers.

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Best of Indy 2016: Food & Drink

Gourmet ice cream. Barrel-aged coffee. A week’s worth of dishes from Rook. Here, our list of the food and drink that made this city great this year.

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The Best Fried Chicken in Indianapolis

We plucked through dozens of offerings to find Indy’s best fried chicken, on the full spectrum of grandma to gourmet.

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Taste Test: Indy’s Best Spicy Fried Chicken

Spicy fried chicken takes up where Grandma’s Sunday-supper version left off. These three versions blaze new trails with mouth-searing cayenne, chili oil, and other forms of firepower.

The peach-lemonade shakeup at Locally Grown Gardens
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Swoon List: Locally Grown Gardens, Vitality Bowls, and More

The five things you must try this week, including the peach-lemonade shake-up at Locally Grown Gardens.

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Swoon List: Open Society Public House, Fat Dan’s, and More

The five dishes you must try this week, including the artichoke-stuffed risoles at Open Society Public House.

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The Feed: Open Society Public House, a New Project for the Owners of Bluebeard, and More

Indy dining news this week includes Ed and Tom Battista’s upcoming project, the launch of Open Society Public House’s coffee program, and the grand opening of Primanti Bros. sandwich shop in Noblesville.

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The Eagle Has Landed on Mass Ave

It’s a gutsy move, serving fried chicken to a Hoosier audience raised on Hollyhock Hill and Gray Brothers Cafeteria, but this bird—Amish-raised on an Ohio farm before being brined and dredged in a proprietary dusting that gives the pieces a hint of delayed heat—might as well hail from a Hendricks County church pitch-in.

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The New Downtown: Insider Tips for Winning the Weekend

Order secret cocktails. Ditch the sports crowd. Find an instant squad. A few insider tips for winning the weekend in downtown Indianapolis.

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