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7 Things You Can Only Get in Indianapolis, Indiana. Innovative chefs, a thriving craft beer scene, and milkshakes to die for—these days, Indianapolis has a lot to offer

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Food Network shares where to find great dishes in Indianapolis and beyond, including fried bologna, sugar cream pie and sweet corn, as well as Zombie Dust beer from 3 Floyds.

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What food is Indianapolis known for? I need Help I'm having a superbowl party and I need to know what food Indianapolis is known for? Am trying to plan a Super Bowl menu around the two cities playing.

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Peek inside Nada restaurant in Downtown Indianapolis Nada, a modern Mexican restaurant serves margaritas and contemporary Mexican food, including tacos and brunch, at 11 W. Maryland St. in ...

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Indy's Top 25 Local Restaurants. ... Martha Hoover’s Cafe Patachou is a must visit for both the farm-to-table sustainable menu and the impact of food and social change in Indianapolis. Known for: Farm-fresh breakfasts of omelets and broken yolks or vegan Cuban breakfast. Locals will tell you the Patachou chicken salad is a lunch must.

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What Food Is Indiana Famous For? Known for its rich farm land, Indiana is most famous for its plentiful fields of corn and apple orchards. While it is most famous for its tradition of corn on the cob, Indiana's apple orchards offer a u-pick option for visitors.

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I just quizzed a co-worker from Indiana first on defining characteristics of Indianapolis (beside the car race) and secondly what the city (or state's) cliched "signature" dishes are. You know, Baltimore and its crabs (even though you can get far better an hour east), New England clam chowder, Texas (or Carolina, or Memphis, etc.) barbecue.

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A scattering of well-known, much-loved American products can trace their roots to Indiana. VanCamp’s Pork and Beans, for example, was first sold from a grocery store in Indianapolis in 1861. By 1909, the brand was the No. 1 canned pork and beans in the country, although it has since been surpassed by Bush’s.

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Long known as a haven for chain restaurants, in recent years the city has undergone a food transformation. Indianapolis food blogger Erin Day gives us a tour of some of the highlights of an ...

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Best Dining in Indianapolis, Indiana: See 85,982 TripAdvisor traveler reviews of 2,675 Indianapolis restaurants and search by cuisine, price, location, and more.