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“Inspired By The Taste Of Tuscany”“Although Lorenzo's is in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, it has every ounce the Old-W
Posted by: Lorenzo's Ristorante

“Fine French & Belgian Cuisine By Areal French Chef”“Yes it can appear unusual when you discover the colored French Manor sign. You can then t
Posted by: The French Manor

“A Piping Hot Pie Delivered”“Whether you eat at Extreme, have a piping hot pie delivered to your door, or try one of o
Posted by: Extreme Pizza

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“Extraordinary Experience”Elaine, Indianapolis - “I chose to celebrate my 75th Birthday here and was extrem
Said about: Chef Joseph's at The Connoisseur Room

“Best Steak in Indy”Non-Member, Reader - “This is our favorite steak place in Indy. We even come her
Said about: Eddie Merlot's

“Outstanding”Leslie, Terre Haute - “This has become our favorite place for steak in Indy. The
Said about: Eddie Merlot's

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Welcome to MetroGuide.Network's Indianapolis DiningGuide, a directory of restaurants and related restaurant information for Metropolitan Indianapolis, Indiana. Use MetroGuide's DiningGuide service to find Indianapolis restaurants by location or cuisine.

With Indy 500 action packing restaurants for all of May, Indianapolis has requisite dining options -- including the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's Brickyard Restaurant -- that would be logical for a state capital with roadways laid out like wheel spokes surrounded by a beltway. Hometown chains like Dick's Bodacious BBQ and department store eateries like Nordstrom Classic Café and the L.S. Ayres Tea Room (recreated at the Indiana State Museum) spoke out from Monument Circle toward downtown's Lockerbie Square and areas like Broad Ripple, Carmel and, of course, Speedway. Farther out, yet still within Marion County are enclaves such as Castleton, Keystone and Lawrence. Beyond that and across county lines are towns like Madison's Anderson, Hendricks' Avon, Morgan's Mooresville, Boone's Zionsville and (significantly further away) Monroe's Bloomington, home of Indiana University. Indianapolis cuisine options range from steak, seafood and Italian to south of the border favorites at Acapulco Joe's, known as the city's first Mexican outpost.

DiningGuide Indianapolis is part of MetroGuide Indianapolis, offering guides to shopping, hotels, entertainment and more for the entire region.

Indianapolis Dining By Location

To perform a quick search for restaurants in the Metropolitan Indianapolis area, please select one of the locations below (restaurant listings will be grouped by cuisine / category):

·Downtown Indianapolis
Restaurants in central Indianapolis, near cultural and sporting events
·Greater Indianapolis
Restaurants in the greater Indianapolis area, outside the ring formed by I-465, including the communities of Greenwood, Mooresville, Avon and others
·Northern Indianapolis
Dining options in the northern portion of the Indianapolis metropolitan area, including the communities of Zionsville, Anderson and Broad Ripple

Indianapolis Dining By Cuisine

Or, select a cuisine / category from the list presented below (restaurant listings will be grouped by location).

AmericanBarbequeItalian MexicanPizzeriaSeafood Steak

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