I love enjoying different tastes and flavors!  Take a look at some of my favorite restaurants in some of the best Indianapolis neighborhoods!

Red Lion Grog House in Fountain Square (Like them on Facebook!) – The fries with curry sauce are a classic that you’ve just got to try!

The Loft Restaurant and Dairy Bar at Trader’s Point Creamery (Like them on Facebook! Follow them on Twitter!) – From the cheese to the ice cream, some of the most delicious dairy treats I’ve eaten.  Plus you can get an organic meal!

Maxine’s Chicken and Waffles in Downtown Indianapolis (Like them on Facebook! Follow them on Twitter!) – You can’t go wrong with the customers’ favorite, the sweet potato waffle.  I’ve got a thing for the smothered chicken.

Three Days in Paris Market Crepes at the City Market (Like them on Facebook!) – I loved the savory crepe, Black and Blue Moo.  I heard the apple pie high is a sweet crepe favorite!

Pogue’s Run on the Near East Side (Like them on Facebook! Follow them on Twitter!) – Indy’s only food coop features organic and other hard-to-find foods!  You can also enjoy a fresh meal in the deli cafe.

Yats Cajun Creole in Broad Ripple (Like them on Facebook! Follow them on Twitter!) – Could there be a better place for a quick lunch?  The Chili Cheese Etouffee is my main stay, but I’m sure you will discover yours!

Black Market on Mass Ave (Like them on Facebook!) – This restaurant JUST opened up, and I was impressed.  The salads are delicious, and the atmosphere is just cool.

Jockamo’s in Irvington (Like them on Facebook!) – How could I create a list of fun food and not include my favorite pizza place!  If you are daring, trying the Saughterhouse Five, add meatballs.  (Can you believe that I used to be a vegetarian?!?)

Still want more fun food?!? Don’t miss the Indy Food Trucks at the 2011 Taste of Trucks on August 13th at 61st and Broadway Park.

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Photo at Trader’s Point Creamery taken by Jessica Journey