While it's now known for one of the best burgers in the state, The Workingman's Friend has a long history of fun, food, and family.
Whether you like them simple with just cheese and bread, or all dressed up with meat and veggies, Indy’s got you covered.
There's a good chance you've never had an Ethiopian dish, you may have never even thought of the food from this east African country. But after one trip to Abyssinia you'll fall for the incredibly flavorful dishes and coffee.
The Cuban dishes at the Broad Ripple spot are fantastic, but it's the owners that keep us coming back time and again.
A traditional Russian meal at Gregory's Russian Restaurant will leave your stomach filled and your soul smiling from the sounds of classical piano.
Hotpot is a Chinese tradition and hidden inside a buffet on the Northside of Indianapolis is a restaurant that serves it and other Szechuan standards.
Pupusas are soft tortillas filled with meat, cheese, beans and love. They are the national dish of El Salvador, and we have a wonderful spot on Michigan Road that serves them up hot, fresh and extremely inexpensively.
Have you ever wanted to try Russian dumplings, eat with your hands at an Ethiopian restaurant, or spend the day slurping up some Chinese hotpot? Well, you don't need a plane ticket to enjoy these dining experiences, you can find them and many more unique cuisines right here in Indy.
10 years ago NUVO picked 10 New and Noteworthy restaurants. Can you guess which is the only one that still remains?
Peter George has been preparing artistic and important food in our city for three decades and he is well aware of possibly the biggest issue our restaurant industry faces, the price is wrong and it has to be fixed.