Charcuterie crafted by hand in Indiana. Starting at the farm we work hard with farmers to craft the best charcuterie in the Midwest. Preserving the old world tradition, telling our tale in every bite.
A wonderful place to shop for gifts or to stock up for your own soirees. The staff here is uber-friendly and can help you pair wine, cheese, crackers and other treats whether you intend to give or receive. An amazing selection of 400+ wines (many at $20 or less) and great micro-brews to choose from (six and twelve pack options, some mix-and-match). Take time to explore the cheese selection. With new arrivals constantly, they have some of the best Italian and French products available in town.
Bar/Pub, Brewery/Brew Pub, Food & Drink, Editor's Pick, Menu, Slideshow, Scotty's Brewhouse, Scotty's Lakehouse, Local brewery, Broad Ripple Brewpub, Scott Wise
Another project by Scott Wise (Scotty’s Brewhouse and Scotty’s Lakehouse), Thr3e Wise Men brings together a back-to-basics approach to both food and decor. The interior is mostly varnished unstained wood and concrete, with buckets of popcorn on each table and growlers available at the bar. They brew in-house, so everything off the tap is crisp, fresh, and always full of both flavor and innovation. Everything that comes out of their ovens is delicious, but pay special attention to the sandwiches and pizzas. Heads-up to those who want beer and a growler but don’t want to put on real pants: TWM delivers both food and fresh beer right to your door. Yes, heaven is a place on Earth, and it’s the radius of the Thr3e Wise Men delivery zone.
This new spot has everyone excited with their incredible pastries, I honestly don't know if I've ever had a bigger array of people randomly bring up a new eatery and that is a very good sign. I also don't know if I've ever been closer to Heaven than when taking a bite of their Provence. First off, it feels like you're eating a work of art and then you take a bite of the creamy lavender and white chocolate mousse followed by a light crunch of the french macaron base, you realize you are.
NUVO's editorial team has come to the conclusion that the pastry chefs at this SoBro establishment are freaking wizards using magic to create food this incredible.
If you’ve spent time at a local farmer’s market recently, odds are you’ve come across the amazing offerings of Nicole-Taylor’s Pasta. Or the lack of offerings if you weren’t an early bird, as these handmade pastas are quick to sell out. Luckily, they now also have a permanent location in the shops at 54th and the Monon Trail. The market is well-stocked in pasta, most featuring the use of local products, as well as other delicious items to compliment any gift basket or holiday meal. Menu is seasonal and varies.
If you’re craving a creative snack, or considering a nifty gift for a friend, follow your nose through Broad Ripple to Just Pop In. While Just
Pop In’s gourmet popcorn is pricey compared to its Walmart counterpart, the explosion of flavor more than makes up for the extra buck. The selection is prone to change, but they always make sure to keep the classics in supply. If you’re in for a real treat, the local favorite is Indy Style: a sumptuous and sweet mix of caramel and cheddar popcorns that’ll make you proud to be a Hoosier.
If you aren’t sure what you’re looking for in the wine, beer or spirit gift category, head over to Kahn’s on Keystone and let them help. Voted the best liquor store in Indy by NUVO readers the past four years, it’s the undisputed best place in Indy. We recommend that you either know what you want before you walk in, go directly to an employee and ask for a recommendation or set aside
a few hours to browse the over 900 beers and 5,000 wines Kahn’s offers. The staff is knowledgeable and the frequent tastings, classes and other events give ample opportunity to take full advantage of the outstanding selection.
The concept for Artisano’s Oils and Spices came
from Owner David Burcham’s travel abroad.
David found Fantastic olive oils and succulent
spices during his adventures but found it nearly
impossible to buy most of these treasures locally
upon his return home.
It was then that David decided that traveling
around the world shouldn’t be the only way to
To take an international culinary journey and thus, his desire to bring those
ingredients to Indianapolis was born.
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