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This vegetarian and vegan truck features delicious Mexican food. Try the Ultimate Nachos.
The exotic-sounding name of this new eatery is simply "Asian" spelled backward. The menu of NAISA, located in Fountain Square, is entirely made from scratch, from the sauces to the freshly grated zest of the tangerine chicken ($7.25/lunch) to the spicy basil curry dish ($8.95/dinner) studded with chicken, beef and shrimp. The restaurant also offers delicious cinnamon sugar puffs ($4.95), a light-bodied, fresh ginger sauce with bite instead of an overly sugared sweet and sour mess. For a beverage, try the tea: an iron pot is served with chrysanthemum or jasmine leaves steeped throughout, yielding a much lighter-flavored goodness.
Give us the sushi.
This popular bistro offers a full menu of sushi and sashimi dishes along with a variety of dishes from Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisines. The Spicy Sashimi Mix ($9.99) is listed as an appetizer, but makes a great meal with a combination of tuna, salmon and other fish diced up and served in a martini glass. The Bento Box meals, offering multiple courses and featuring veggie, meat and fish entrees (around $15), are a great value. There’s also a nice sake selection and a full bar.
Lee is a metalsmith who make jewelry out of gold, silver, brass, and copper. But she doesn’t just display her own work in her gallery. Lee began her journey into metalsmithing a dozen years ago when she enrolled in Marilyn Smith’s class at the Indianapolis Art Center. Lee participates in the Indianapolis Dowtown Artists and Dealers Association (IDADA) First Friday art walks, and features a new artist every month. In October, she featured the miniature bronze sculptures of Emily Budd. In addition to making herself available to fabricate custom jewelry, she also makes small sculptures. Next time you’re at the Circle City Industrial Complex, don’t hesitate to stop by!
Rustic Neapolitan pizza is becoming more and more in demand here in the States, and this Café Patachou offshoot is happy to oblige. It’s a cozy pizzeria with all the style of a classic Italian restaurant. Build a pizza yourself or choose from some winning combinations like the BLT (bacon, caramelized leeks and taleggio) or PFG (pancetta, roasted fingerling potatoes and gorgonzola). To satisfy your sweet tooth, try the Nutella Stuffed Pizza or the rotating selection of Patachou’s own premium gelato.
Rustic Neapolitan pizza is becoming more and more in demand here in the States, and this Café Patachou offshoot is happy to oblige. It’s a cozy pizzeria with all the style of a classic Italian restaurant. Build a pizza yourself or choose from some winning combinations like the BLT (bacon, caramelized leeks and taleggio) or PFG (pancetta, roasted fingerling potatoes and gorgonzola). To satisfy your sweet tooth, try the Nutella Stuffed Pizza or the rotating selection of Patachou’s own premium gelato.
Rustic Neapolitan pizza is becoming more and more in demand here in the States, and this new sister eatery to Café Patachou’s is happy to oblige. Just around the corner from Patachou’s Pennsylvania St. location, Napolese is a cozy pizzeria with all the style of a classic Italian restaurant. Build a pizza yourself or choose from some winning combinations like the BLT (bacon, caramelized leeks and taleggio) or PFG (pancetta, roasted fingerling potatoes and gorgonzola). To satisfy your sweet tooth, try the Nutella Stuffed Pizza or the rotating selection of Patachou’s own Premium Gelato.
The National Institute for Fitness and Sport (NIFS) is a non-profit organization established in 1985. NIFS opened their doors with the help of grants from the Lilly Endowment, Inc., the State of Indiana, and the City of Indianapolis. November 1,1988, marked the dedication of the 120,000-square-foot facility. NIFS 65,000-square-foot fitness center, located in downtown Indianapolis on the IUPUI campus, has over 4,000 members and some of the most up-to-date equipment in the industry.
Did you know that National Moto+Cycle Co. draws inspiration as well as its name from the Indy-based National Motor & Vehicle Company (1900-1924)? It’s true! If you like bicycles and motorcycles, why not combine the best of both worlds! And if you want “an optional 48cc 2-stroke EPA engine racing up to 30 mph averaging 130+ mpg” getting you where you want to go, you gotta check out their showroom. These motorized board-track-style bicycles come with their own line of custom Moto Gear.
One of the nation's largest collection of sport related art hangs in the lobbies and corridors of University Place on the campus of Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis. Over 40 sports are represented in the over 900 paintings, sculptures and works on paper.
Cold-Pressed Non-HPP Juice, Old School Centrifuge Make Your Own Medicine Juice, Juice Cleanses, Blended Juices, Smoothies, Herbal Tonics, Living Foods, Superfood Retail, Mass Ave Location and Mobile Juice Bar.
One of the new additions to Carmel City Center, this Best Of winner relocated from Clay Terrace to provide an even larger selection of organic skincare products, soy candles, handmade jewelry, stationary, and unique, sustainable gifts. If green has a scent, you’ll find it here. Whether it’s a grapefruit body scrub or a specialty-blend, fair-trade loose tea, the focus is on giving back to Mother Earth by only offering certified environmentally friendly products. They also have recycled school items, including notebooks and messenger bags. Local art is available, along with other unique products from around the world. Guaranteed unique and guaranteed green.
Table menu includes innovative healthful products designed for the time-constrained guest who wishes to have a hot or cold nutritious meal, delicious snack, bakery item, or specialty smoothie or beverage.

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