Dining Reviews

DINING: Big City Grill & Lemonade steaks a claim on 38th

July 21, 2012
Lou Harry
Fourth in a month-long series of "Grill" restaurant reviews.
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DINING: North-side hotel offers surprising destination dining

July 14, 2012
Lou Harry
Third in a month-long series of “Grill” restaurant reviews. This week: Grille 39.
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DINING: Eatery adds to Library lunch options

July 7, 2012
Lou Harry
Second in a month-long series of “Grill” restaurant reviews. This week: Panorama Grill.
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DINING: The Moroccan, the merrier at new Broad Ripple sandwichery

June 30, 2012
Lou Harry
First in a month-long series of “Grill” restaurants.
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DINING: Highlights come early at Mediterra

June 23, 2012
Lou Harry
Last in a month-long series of new-in-the-neighborhood restaurants. This week: Mediterra.
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DINING: Italian style spikes Speedway coffee spot

June 16, 2012
Lou Harry
Third in a month-long series of new-in-the-neighborhood restaurants. This week: Lino’s Coffee.
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DINING: Po-boy newcomer has bocce, beer and the right bread

June 9, 2012
Lou Harry
Second in a month-long series of new-in-the-neighborhood restaurants. This week: B's Po-Boy in Fountain Square.
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DINING: Tin Roof raises expectations

June 2, 2012
Lou Harry
When is bar food not bar food? First in a month-long series of new-in-the-neighborhood restaurant reviews.
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DINING: Kitchen still a bit rocky at rock 'n' roll newcomer

May 26, 2012
Lou Harry
Last in a month-long series of Keystone Crossing/Clearwater Crossing-area restaurant reviews. This week: Daddy Real's The Place.
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DINING: Better Late (Harvest) ... than just about anything else

May 19, 2012
Lou Harry
Third in a month-long series of Keystone Crossing/Clearwater Crossing-area restaurant reviews. This week: Late Harvest Kitchen.
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DINING: (Syr)up-and-coming breakfast chain targets expansion

May 12, 2012
Lou Harry
Second in a month-long series of Keystone Crossing/Clearwater Crossing-area restaurant reviews. This week: First Watch.
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DINING: Not quite as ordered

May 5, 2012
Lou Harry
First in a month-long series of Keystone Crossing/Clearwater Crossing-area restaurant reviews. This week: Brewstone Beer Co.
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DINING: Making a meal at City Market

April 28, 2012
Lou Harry
Last in a month-long series of reviews of eateries in and around City Market. This week: something from here and there.
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DINING: In praise of 'mall pizza'

April 21, 2012
Lou Harry
Fourth in a month-long series of reviews of eateries in and around City Market.
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DINING: A crepe shoot at City Market

April 14, 2012
Lou Harry
Third in a month-long series of reviews of eateries in and around City Market. This week: 3 Days in Paris
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DINING: Cajun flair fires two downtown newcomers

April 7, 2012
Lou Harry
Second in a month-long series of reviews of eateries in and around City Market. This week: Papa Roux and Miguel's Southern Kitchen.
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DINING: New eatery turns City Market diners into Artisan partisans

March 31, 2012
Lou Harry
First in a month-long series of reviews of eateries in and around City Market. This week: Fermenti Artisan.
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DINING: Tuscan-do attitude elevates Italian eatery

March 24, 2012
Lou Harry
Last in a series of reviews of newish Italian restaurants. This week: Lorenzo's.
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DINING: A Louisville pizza favorite booms across the state border

March 17, 2012
Lou Harry
Third in a month-long series of reviews of Italian-themed restaurants. This week: BoomBozz Pizza and Taphouse.
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DINING: Rick doubles up with new waterfront restaurant on Eagle Creek

March 10, 2012
Lou Harry
There’s a fine line between a large meatball and a small meatloaf, and the folks in the kitchen at Rick’s Café Waterfront have crossed it without looking back.
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DINING: Ready ore not, another pizzeria

March 3, 2012
Lou Harry
First in a month-long series of reviews of Italian-themed restaurants.
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DINING: Variety admirable at soup seller

February 25, 2012
Lou Harry
Last in a month-long series of looks at new north-side restaurants.
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DINING: Two winners at Carmel City Center

February 18, 2012
Lou Harry
The friendly wait staff and artisan breakfasts could lead you to not care at all about the oversized shell that surrounds superior newcomer Eggshell Bistro.
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DINING: Out-of-the-way Pike eatery has European flair

February 11, 2012
Lou Harry
Second in a month-long series of looks at new north-side restaurants. This week: A Taste of Europe.
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DINING: Zionsville restaurant moves to Main Street

February 4, 2012
Lou Harry
First in a month-long series of looks at new north-side suburban restaurants.
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