Sip then eat this cup-shaped, sugar raised doughnut filled with Nutella, espresso and a splash of steamed milk. It’s coming to Rebellion Doughnuts opening in spring 2018 in Noblesville and not long after at Indianapolis City Market.
Discover new restaurants, the best drinks and local food at Liz Biro’s Indylicious Facebook group
If you could introduce me to one hidden-gem restaurant, a place off the radar, unknown to most, what would it be?
That was the first question I asked at my new Facebook group Indylicious. Replies popped up one after the other.
Join the conversation: Indylicious is on Facebook
Loaded mac and cheese at Greiner’s south of Fountain Square. Peruvian ceviche at Machu Picchu on Indianapolis’ west side. Crust wood-fired pizza in Carmel. St. Yared Ethiopian Cuisine and Coffeehaus in Fishers. Greek food at family-owned Athens on 86th, near Township Line Road.
The Indianapolis food scene is huge. Indylicious is where I dish on all things delish in Central Indiana. From the best restaurants and chefs to the sexiest cocktails and nosh, farmers markets, vegan restaurants, food artisans and an occasional recipe, Indylicious the insider guide for the ultimate Indiana eats.
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But I can’t do it alone. I want to hear from you, too. That’s why Indylicious exists. It’s a chance for us to talk with each other about all things food in and around Indianapolis. Join the conversation. Share posts that add something thoughtful. Maybe it’s that special cafe you’re sure hardly anyone knows but everyone should try. Maybe something about the food scene has been on your mind and you’re wondering what the rest of us think.
Chat with other IndyStar readers about your favorite eats, get the heads-up on restaurant openings, watch videos that take you inside new places and share advice on where to eat, the best ingredients, how to cook, everything that makes our city and region Indylicious.
Follow IndyStar food writer Liz Biro on Twitter: @lizbiro, Instagram: @lizbiro, and on Facebook. Call her at (317) 444-6264.
What’s a son to do when he misses his mother’s Polish home cooking? Learn her recipes and open a pop-up Polish restaurant. Look for Gary Szymczak’s Son of a Booshie in Indianapolis.
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