When in Indianapolis...


Why Indianapolis, a place that doesn't exactly have a reputation as a culinary hotspot? For starters, we have family to visit. But we also carry hope that we'll find something that surprises us. And with your help, I'm sure we will.

I've researched a few places that you can find on the map above. Yats seems to be a popular pick; Goose The Market holds promise for a winning sandwich; and we'll have to have the obligatory long john at Long's Bakery. But take a look at the map and help us find what we're missing, and add your suggestions in the comments. Cheers.

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Terrence Henry

Terrence Henry is a freelance writer living in Austin, Texas. More

Terrence Henry is a freelance writer living in Austin, Texas. In January 2009, he and his wife embarked on a food tour of Argentina, Spain, Italy, England, Canada, and the United States. Some 13 months later he settled in Austin, where he is now learning the art of Texas barbecue and writing about food and film.

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