Its name derived from a Vonnegut novel, Bluebeard is bedecked with antique typewriters, including one that is reputed to be a replica of the machine Vonnegut used to write his book. But the restaurant is really like a museum of found objects, including a rail from the old Virginia Avenue trolley line that co-owner Tom Battista has managed to incorporate into the design of the bar. Its offerings include an impressive variety of locally-sourced dishes, including (depending on the day's offerings) a rabbit loin roulade sourced from Meat the Rabbit and all manner of yeast-based goods baked up at its neighbor (the similarly Battista-owned) Amelia's Bakery.
653 Virginia Ave., 686-1580, bluebeardindy.com
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