Restaurant reviews

DINING: If you go 2 1 new place 4 pizza ...

March 5, 2011
Lou Harry
First in a month-long series of reviews of restaurants with numeric names.
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DINING: At base of new hotel tower, a taste of Italy

February 26, 2011
Lou Harry
Last in our month-long series of reviews of new restaurants downtown. This week: Osteria Pronto at the JW Marriott.
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DINING: Familiar favorites anchor Sahm's downtown outpost

February 19, 2011
Andrea Muirragui Davis
Third in our month-long series of reviews of new restaurants downtown.
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DINING: The nearness of Hue

February 12, 2011
Lou Harry
Second in our month-long series of reviews of new restaurants downtown. This week: Hue Dine.
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DINING: Tavern on South has obvious appeal

February 5, 2011
Andrea Muirragui Davis
Despite its obvious appeal to fans of teams that suit up within spitting distance, Tavern on South avoids the raucous sports-bar atmosphere.
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DINING: Delicious deli ideal for pre- or post-show nosh

January 29, 2011
Lou Harry
In 2002, the 86th Street staple relocated to Carmel. Now, that move could pay off as Shapiro's becomes the unofficial cafeteria for the new Center for the Performing Arts.
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DINING: Come, sit, eat with Donatello's Italian family

January 22, 2011
-Andrea Davis
Located just west of Range Line Road in Carmel’s Art & Design District, Donatello’s Italian Restaurant is a true family affair.
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DINING: Getting to the Greek (again)

January 15, 2011
Lou Harry
Third in a month-long look at restaurants within easy reach of Carmel's new Palladium.
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DINING: Getting the royal treatment at Thai Castle

January 8, 2011
Andrea Muirragui Davis
Second in a month-long look at restaurants within easy reach of Carmel's new Palladium.
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DINING: Jersey's Cafe satisfies a Jersey boy

January 1, 2011
Lou Harry
First in a month-long series of looks at restaurants not far from the new Palladium in Carmel.
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DINING: Local restaurants came and went during 2010

December 24, 2010
Andrea Muirragui Davis, Lou Harry
Some offered their inaugural feasts. Others served their last meal. Here’s a rundown of just some of the transitions on the Indy dining scene this year.
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DINING: Byrd is the word in Greenwood

December 18, 2010
Lou Harry
Last in this month's series of fine-feathered restaurant reviews. This week: Jonathan Byrd's Cafeteria.
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DINING: Drinks or not, Cooper's Hawk Winery shines

December 11, 2010
Andrea Muirragui Davis
Second in a month-long series of fine-feathered restaurant reviews.
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DINING: New brew pub has plenty to wash down

December 4, 2010
Lou Harry
First in a month-long series of fine-feathered restaurant reviews. This week: Black Swan Brewpub.
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DINING: Are you ready for Teddy's? Best of luck finding it

November 27, 2010
Andrea Muirragui Davis
Last in our month-long series of double-letter restaurant reviews. This week: Teddy's Burger Joint.
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DINING: Let 'er Ripple at new eatery

November 20, 2010
After initial glitch, our meal at The Ripple Inn eatery proved excellent.
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DINING: Mississippi Belle offers food that's fried and true

November 13, 2010
Andrea Muirragui Davis
When it comes to old-school eateries, Mississippi Belle goes to the head of the class. There’s nothing pretentious about this understated, strip-mall storefront just west of Keystone Avenue.
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DINING: Is Puerto Vallarta authentic? Maybe. Good? Yes.

November 6, 2010
Lou Harry
Everyone now seems to have a favorite Mexican eatery—usually near one's home or workplace.
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DINING: Jazz Kitchen also makes beautiful music

October 30, 2010
Lou Harry
Is it fair to review a restaurant when it is trying to serve a packed house of customers who all have arrived and leave at roughly the same time?
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DINING: Easy-to-miss eatery deserves a look ... and taste

October 23, 2010
Lou Harry
Last in a month-long series of reviews of "street" restaurants. This week: 106th St. Grill.
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DINING: Inside or out, Shelbi Street Cafe & Bistro eatery shines

October 16, 2010
Andrea Muirragui Davis
Salmon and bacon work together at this Fountain Square eatery.
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DINING: Get sauced at Pearl Street Pizzeria & Pub

October 9, 2010
Andrea Muirragui Davis
A new bar and pizzeria and bar sets up shop in the Century Building.
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DINING: The Elk stops at Main Street Organic Bistro

October 2, 2010
Lou Harry
First in a month-long series of "street" restaurants.
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DINING: The Bar at the Ambassador goes beyond 'Nawlins

September 25, 2010
Lou Harry
What's now called the Bar at the Ambassador at Pennsylvania and Ninth streets may have swapped a familiar name for a generic one, but there are still plenty of reasons to stop in.
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DINING: Square Rootz Deli shapes sandwiches with style

September 18, 2010
Andrea Muirragui Davis
It's easy to miss this new Fountain Square eatery, but it's worth finding.
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