By my estimate, by the year 2055, every third restaurant in Indianapolis will be part of the Cunningham Group.
Instead of portions that could sustain an entire village for a week, Convivio is confident enough to serve a fair but not ridiculous lunchtime repast.
Sloppiness is not inherently a bad thing when it comes to dining. Sometimes, a bib is a requisite.
Rooster’s Kitchen has a lot going for it…but don’t look for chicken.
Hibachi Bar Japanese Steak House, as is the tradition, combines dinner and a show.
If you are from Pittsburgh, you might not want to read the commentary that follows.
Handsome bar with bold lighting? Check. Big, comfortable booths? Check. Visible kitchen? Check. Food choices that require no explanation? Check.
The biggest business deals often come together over a great dinner. But with all the amazing options—new and old—in Indianapolis, choosing just the right spot might seem daunting. Do you go for the best food? For the trendy new place? Or how about simply a spot where you can hear a conversation?
Zeke’s Hot Chicken & Wings stakes a claim in the shadow of a KFC.
This Lafayette Road eatery is more than your standard taco and burrito strip-center restaurant.
Geeks Seafood, Salads & Subs takes over where Greek’s Pizzeria and other efforts once stood.
Hyderabad House offers 16 varieties of biryani, a dish made with basmati rice.
Initially touted as a coffee and wine bar, Open Society’s food stands out.