Moe & Johnny's offers a 360 degree sportsball watching plus gigantic hamgburgers. YUM.
The flavors really count at this family-owned Ethiopian restaurant on the city’s southwest side. Try a Major Combination for two ($30.00), a platter covered with a large round of spongy injera bread and highlighted with generous scoops of meat and vegetable dishes, including fresh green salad with a light but tangy dressing. The spices here are used less for heat than for flavor and the dishes taste freshly cooked. The meat dishes are good, but there are also plenty of vegetarian options available. Located in a Mom-and-Pop strip a stone’s throw from I-465 near the intersection of W. Washington and Morris.
Mama Carolla’s Old Italian Restaurant in Broad Ripple is, hands-down, the most romantic restaurant in the city according to NUVO readers in each year’s Best of Indy poll. From the twinkling lights to heavy wood accents, all housed in what actually feels like a house, there’s something cozy and refreshing about a visit to Mama’s. The reasonable prices mean it’s affordable for two, even with a good bottle of wine to complement the traditional Italian menu. When the weather permits, take your date to the patio dining room for an even more romantic evening. (And don’t forget about their new café next door for breakfast — Good Morning Mama’s!)
This Indiana joint offers a variety of coconut curries, plus lots of gluten and cream-free options.
Monon Food Company "gets" Broad Ripple in some crucial ways. In its neighborly style, the MFC feels like it's already been there for a long time. The new place is delicious and inviting, and it's a dog-friendly establishment too, so be prepared to be greeted by pooches waiting for their two-legged companions to finish their grub and be on their way. With generous portions, bold flavors and pleasant service, the Monon Food Company is a place to share good, affordable food with good friends.
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