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Pete the Planner’s Advice for Indy Millennials

Five tips for avoiding Indy’s money pits.

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The Ultimate Indy Mardi Gras Guide

Where to find beads, po’ boys, King Cake, and everything else you need to laissez les bon temps rouler.

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Swoon List: Delicia, Cake Bake Shop, and More

The five dishes you must try this week, including Delicia’s take on the Peruvian chicken-and-rice dish aji de gallina.

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Six Indy Restaurants Making National News

Yats, The Libertine, St. Elmo Steak House, Harry & Izzy’s, Petite Chou, and Maxine’s Chicken & Waffles are all making names for themselves.

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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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Yats Moves Up Mass Ave, Plans Further Expansion

She says that a deal to return to Chicago is in early talks with two franchisees and involves 12 locations. New stores are soon coming to Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio; Nashville, Tenn.; and a few Indiana cities. Yet another store opened at September’s end in Hamilton Town Center.

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Cheap Eats: 24 Wallet-Friendly Spots

For dessert at The Legend, order two warmed cookies and pop for a scoop of ice cream (cross your fingers it’s Graham Central Station, as sweet and cinnamony as a Yankee Candle).

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The House That Yats Built

Yats lovers, rejoice: The Cajun/Creole mini-chain has opened its fifth location, up north at 12545 Old Meridian Street in Carmel. The new place offers the same etouffee goodness that gave Joe Vuskovich’s delightful 10-year-old eatery a cult-like following. The 1,400-square-foot location, while in a fancier part of town, will still allow customers to order New Orleans cooking from a chalkboard menu and savor the delicious bread slathered in melted butter. Even though the food will be the same, Vuskovich says they are experimenting with some new items to serve at all five locations. “We’re trying to rebrand ourselves as more New Orleans inspired,” he says, “instead of just Cajun or Creole.”

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A Roundup of Super Bowl Roundups

We’ve collected links to several recent local and national stories about dining in Indianapolis during the Super Bowl. Here, a few of our favorites.

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