Monday January 30, 2012
With Super Bowl XLVI just around the corner, we've revised and expanded our list of the best locally-owned Indianapolis restaurants. While it remains unclear whether the New Jersey Giants or the Patriots of the greater Boston area will prevail on the gridiron, Super Bowl attendees will no doubt require sustenance before the big game. And they need not settle for fast food chicken wings or mediocre burgers at a chain restaurant thats walls are covered with sunglasses-wearing jackalopes and other kitschy crap. There are plenty of great locally-owned restaurants near Lucas Oil Stadium from which to choose.
New additions to our Top 100 Indianapolis restaurants include The Ball & Biscuit, Black Market, Bynam's Steakhouse, Charlie Brown's Pancake and Steak House, Edwards Drive-In, The Friendly Tavern, Historic Steer-In, The Libertine Liquor Bar, Murphy's Steakhouse, Mesh, The Northside Social, Oriental Inn, Ralph's Great Divide, The Ripple Inn, Sensu, Tavern on South.
In addition to listing the best local restaurants, we also collect the country's best food and dining blogs. New Indianapolis additions to our blog family include City Nom Noms, FloEats Indy and the Indianapolis Restaurant Scene blog, which compiled an excellent Super Bowl restaurant guide.
Go with a LocalEats restaurant, or else risk making the "Manning face" at the table.