Indianapolis, IN 46203
BEST OF INDY 2018 WINNER: Best Farm-Fork Dining, Best Place for Breakfast/Brunch
All those local ingredients Brooks is bringing to Milktooth pay off in one of the best breakfast menus in the country. Where else are you going to find Indiana Autumn pancakes with ingredients like “shiitake, sweet potato, pear, bleu cheese cream, walnut, greens, and apple cider vinaigrette.” And why have oatmeal when you could have, “ancient grains porridge with coconut milk, peach jam, flax seed, and pistachio?”
Food and Wine Best New Chef Jonathan Brooks opened Milktooth in late 2014 and was showered in accolades -- plus an out-the-door line -- immediately. The brunch spot offers fabulous coffee and delicious chicken, plus cocktails by the great Jesse Lee.
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