49 West Maryland Street No. 189 Indianapolis, IN 46204
Palomino has such a varied menu, it can be exceedingly difficult to make up your mind as to which dish you would prefer. From Asiago-Almond Crusted Sea Scallops, to Grilled Apricot Cilantro Chicken, to USDA Prime Top Sirloin, they really do have it all! If you feel like going Italian, try one of their several Roma Style Pizzas, or the Brick Oven Baked Penne Rustica. There is also a select list of cocktails, wines and beers to go with your meal.
30 South Meridian Street Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46204
If you are looking to indulge in the finest seafood money can buy, then Oceanaire is the place to go. From more common dishes, such as the Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper and Live Maine Lobsters, to the truly exotic, such as Whole Dover Sole and Sea of Cortez No. 1 Bluefin Tuna, this upscale restaurant has it all. With fare like this, you cannot help but leave satisfied. Nothing but the freshest of ingredients go into the making of your meal, so when they say that your fish may have been still swimming the day before, they really mean it.
Give a yummy gift to your taste buds by coming to Stars Sandwich Market. Here you will find an exquisite variety of sandwiches, salads, soups, noodles and mouth-watering desserts. But this place is better known for the sandwiches it offers. Also beverages like coffee, tea, fountain drinks, juices and soda are served here. The service provided here is quite friendly. Give your family a treat by bringing them here. They will love it. Come along and I am sure you will not regret being here.
Call the lads and nip into Chatham Tap for a drink and a game. Feeling peckish? In addition to starters, soups, salads, burgers, pizza, and sandwiches, the menu includes many traditional English dishes like bangers and mash and spotted dick. An impressive beer list of American and imported brews is sure to have even the thirstiest bloke exclaiming, "God save the Queen!"
As far as restaurant concepts go, Yats may have a lock on something truly golden. They keep things simple, and it wins diners over, over and over and over. You walk in, peruse the chalkboard menu, and order one of four or five options. All are hearty stews or curries, served over rice, with toast on the side. All are spicy creole concoctions evocative of a gritty old New Orleans. All warm the heart and soul. The space is small but comfortable, with quirky art and furnishings throughout. See website for sister locations, catering info and more.
Chef Regina is something of a local celebrity in Indianapolis. Her innovative menus keep locals thirsting for more, whether they're drawing inspiration from kitchens in California, France, Italy, the Mediterranean, or points east. Offerings come and go on a weekly basis in an effort to showcase fresh seasonal ingredients. The wine list is on par with the best in the region, and the desserts are positively stunning. A shot of Campari over house-made lemon sorbet, simple though it may have been, left at least one diner begging for more -- and more and more and more.
Way out Washington Street, halfway between the Speedway and Downtown, there's a brief stretch of known as Little Mexico. La Posada anchors the eastern end with a char-broiled menu of tacos, tamales and other south-of-the-border specialties. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, and all are delightful. Meats such as chorizo and al pastor are of a quality not seen often in the Midwest. The space itself is a bit hole-in-the-wall, but it's clean as can be, and sparse decor lets the diner better focus on the food. Be sure to wash it down with a cold Mexican beer.
Featuring an array of delicious American specialties, the Bleecker Street restaurant has turned into a haven for several foodies of the area. This upscale restaurant excels at offering lip-smacking sea food and steaks, besides appetizers and enticing desserts. What's more, you can also expect a range of premium beverages that will add spice to your dining experience. However, it is the DJ nights and live musicals taking place at the restaurant that steal the show. Several popular as well as emerging artists get a chance to bring patrons onto the dance floor with their energizing music. Call ahead to know more.
Enrico's Italian Restaurant is known around Indianapolis for its excellent service and great food. One can find variety of Italian food being served here, including a wide selection of pastas and pizzas.
1011A East Westfield Boulevard Indianapolis, IN 46220
Brugge Brasserie puts a new spin on the Belgian fries fad with a contemporary restaurant known for serving the popular frites alongside mussels in broth and a variety of dipping sauces. Brugge Brasserie also serves a full menu of mouth-watering soups, crepes, salads, sandwiches, and award-winning hand-crafted Belgian beers. It's a unique dining experience along the White River.
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