Restaurant reviews

DINING: Adobo Grill's fresh guac, ceviche delicious

February 23, 2009
Lou Harry
About everything we tried on visits to Adobo Grill was delicious and suitable for sharing, and that's good because I'd like to try a taste of as many dishes there as possible.
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DINING: Buffalo Wild Wings offers lots of flavorful sauces

February 16, 2009
Andrea Muirragui Davis
I recommend diners try out crisp wings in spicy garlic and Asian zing sauces. The non-wing choices, such as pulled pork sandwiches, are also delicious.
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DINING: Taste of Tango delivers Argentinian food with little fanfare

February 9, 2009
Lou Harry
The Taste of Tango offers Argentinean food in an elegant atmosphere in an old downtown building. Try the empanadas.
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DINING: Rockstar and Gusto! are put to the pizza test

January 26, 2009
Lou Harry
Brownsburg's Rockstar Pizza and Fountain Square's Gusto! are put to the test.
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DINING: Tomato Pie offers ambitious pizza toppings

January 19, 2009
Andrea Muirragui Davis
As restaurant locations go, Tomato Pie's is far from ideal, tucked away in an aging strip mall in the shadow of Interstate 465 (9611 College Ave., 815-0011). But the pizza menu at this locally owned bistro aims to be noticed, with an ambitious array of unusual toppings like boiled eggs, linguine noodles and lentil beans that almost dare diners to give them a try.
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DINING: Maria's and Greek's pizzerias stake out new territory

January 12, 2009
Lou Harry
Context can have nearly as much to do with a pizza's success as dough, tomato sauce, and cheese. As evidence, let's consider two established pizza purveyors staking out new territory.
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DINING: Agustino's and Magoo's illustrate pizza diversity

January 5, 2009
Lou Harry
Not long ago, there was a dearth of quality pizza in Indianapolis. But with new pizza joints opening all the time, this this month we're catching up on newer pizzerias (and some we missed).
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DINING: A year of changes on the Indy culinary scene

December 29, 2008
Lou Harry
Some things never change on the local dining scene. We'll ignore those for now. Instead, here are some key events that affected eating habits of both locals and visitors to Indianapolis in 2008.
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DINING: Puck Express offers herb-seasoned fries at airport

December 22, 2008
Lou Harry
For our final airport dining excursion—the fourth in this month's series—we step into Concourse B, home to American, Southwest, United, USAir and more.
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DINING: Harry & Izzy's, 96th Street Steakburgers offer mixed bag to flyers

December 15, 2008
Andrea Muirragui Davis
We eschewed the national chains in favor of a couple homegrown hangouts to review for this month's look at airport dining—Harry & Izzy's and 96th Street Steakburgers.
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DINING: Airport's Patachou and Tchopstick outlets provide excellent fare

December 8, 2008
Lou Harry
Two popular Indy restaurants don't disappoint diners at their new airport location.
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DINING: Hal's Fabulous Bar & Grille food is only OK

November 24, 2008
Andrea Muirragui Davis
The menu at Hal's Fabulous Bar & Grille, is ambitious, but doesn't deliver consistently tasty items. Best bet is the lemon pepper chicken with penne.
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DINING: Texas Roadhouse has tasty, salty, cheesy menu items

November 17, 2008
Lou Harry
It may not be the best little roadhouse in this western state, but Texas Roadhouse—which was actually launched in Clarksville, Ind.—has its pleasures.
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DINING: 'Manhattan' restaurant's desserts worth the trip

November 10, 2008
Andrea Muirragui Davis
At the new Clearwater Crossing restaurant Manhattan, the lunch menu offers a standard array of soup, sandwiches and Pasta; the South Bronx Baked Rigatoni, onion rings and desserts were delicious.
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DINING: Cynic satisfied at Ted's Montana Grill

November 3, 2008
Lou Harry
Ted's Montana Grill restaurants offer a delicious bison burger and other tasty offerings in classic, comfortable settings.
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