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Last Friday, after catching the musical “Assassins” at Hedback Theatre, I barely made it to the new Meridian Bar and Restaurant in time for a late dinner.
What I want to talk about now, though, isn’t the show (that review will be in the upcoming IBJ) or the restaurant (you’ll see that review in a few weeks).
Instead, I’m interested in hearing your recommendations for dining options before and after plays, concerts and gallery openings.
What’s your go-to spot after a night at Civic, a performance at Clowes Memorial Hall, or a concert at the Murat? Further, is there a great place you’ve found to eat near Brown County Playhouse or a college production at Purdue or IU?
Tell me an arts venue you’ve frequented and a nearby dining option you’d recommend.
Extra points if you don’t have to repark your car.