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After years of searching for the perfect resource, we are thrilled to be publishing the Indy Home & Lifestyle Resource Directory. Indy South Home & Lifestyle Resource Directory. We are extremely busy and understand how important time management is in our daily life. If you are like us we are constantly searching for ways to save time and money and spend quality time together. In trying to achieve that balance we have created this publication to have our family help your family. Our mission is to provide consumers a resource directory filled with all the information you may need. As you search for Home & Lifestyle companies in the greater Indianapolis and surrounding areas, we hope this will be an effective resource for many years to come. In order to provide you with the highest level of service we will continue to grow and expand our available resources. If you would like to be part of the Indy South Home & Lifestyle Resource Directory by advertising, making the magazine available at your place of business or placing an event in the magazine please contact us for more information.

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Indy's 25 Top-Rated Dining Experiences Yats

Yats has been doing Cajun and Creole right throughout Indianapolis. Each entree can be ordered in half portions or whole, with additional cheese, sour cream, or onions, and with bread perfect for sopping up every last bite.

Harry & Izzy’s Cafe Patachou

A focus on premium ingredients that are most often local and organic speaks to Indy residents and visitors alike through their consciously crafted omelets, broken yolk sandwiches, salads, and desserts.

St. Elmo Steak House

St. Elmo first opened their doors in 1902, and , they are still one of Indy’s most renowned restaurants. Forbes named St. Elmo one of “10 Great Classic Restaurants Well Worth Visiting” in 2012. Make sure you try their World Famous Shrimp Cocktail, to be enjoyed either before, during, or after your entree.

The Historic Steer-In Restaurant In 2011, the restaurant was featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives for their famous “Twin Steer” double-decker burger with special sauce, among others.


Since 1986, Bazbeaux has won the hearts of Broad Ripple with their handcrafted thin or thick crust pizzas and open air patio seating. With a boasting menu of pizzas made with their blend of Pecorino romano, parmesan, and mozzarella cheeses.

Bru Burger Bar

Bru Burger Bar’s classy yet comfortable atmosphere draws lunch and dinner goers for a meal that will test your idea of what defines a burger. The Burger Guide rated Bru Burger Bar #2 for “Best Burger in Indy.”

Repeal Restaurant

Repeal Restaurant’s menu is an edible transformation of the space that was once the Virginia Avenue State Bank. Repeal Restaurant maintains the prohibition-era feel of the building it occupies through cocktails made with 12.05 Distillery gin and vodka. 12

Harry & Izzy’s is the best friend equivalent to St. Elmo, showing off a more casual, updated environment. A threecourse lunch option allows you to try a good portion of the menu in one sitting, such as the peppercorn steak salad, filet sliders, and St. Elmo World Famous Shrimp Cocktail.

Shapiro’s Delicatessen

The plight of the Jewish deli is seen throughout the country, but Shapiro’s Delicatessen is alive and well, maintaining Indy’s cultural history through pastrami and corned beef since 1905. You are never far from a hot, tender pastrami on rye or brisket sandwich in Indy.

Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza

Every neighborhood deserves a pizza place where everyone knows your name. Irvington has Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza, a family-friendly establishment that is always bustling. Jockamo’s tests the imagination with pies like the Bollywood, which boasts a house-made masala sauce, chicken, green onions, peppadew peppers, fresh garlic, goat cheese, and toasted coconut

Mama Carolla’s Old Italian Restaurant

Mama Carolla’s reminds you of home when you walk into their stucco real estate in South Broad Ripple. Let Mama Carolla’s chefs spend their day stirring homemade marinara while you order the signature lasagna .Guests dining in the summer can sit in the beautiful outdoor patio that lines the Monon Trail.

The Loft at Traders Point Creamery

Traders Point Creamery is known for their creamy dairy products, fresh eggs, and fresh ground beef that the chef turns into delicious Farmhouse Smash Burgers. The Dairy Bar, made with organic grass-fed milk and cream.

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Located right off the Cultural Trail in a renovated 1924 factory warehouse, Bluebeard comparably offers the R&R that the corporate-focused downtown Indy needs.The menu changes with the season and serves Amelia’s bread, which was once made out of their kitchen but now has its own location right next door.

Scotty’s Brewhouse

It’s been 20 years since the first Scotty’s Brewhouse opened. . Favorite menu items include the 7 Tidals Buffalo Chicken Dip, wings with house-made sauces like Mo’Fo’ Mustard and Mo’Fo’ Hot, and the hot and crispy fried dill chips. Drink menus vary per location.


When Milktooth opened in Indy, people suddenly realized not only the importance of breakfast, but how to challenge ideas of what breakfast could be. In 2015, Milktooth was named “Best New Restaurant” by Bon Appetit, among numerous other accolades. Come for the food, stay for the espresso and cocktails, and leave with happiness.

The Rathskeller

Located inside the historic 19th-century Athenaeum Building in downtown Indy. The Rathskeller has you covered with family-style portions of sauerbraten and pork schnitzel that can be paired with sides of German potato salad, spaetzel noodles, and potato pancakes.

Goose the Market

Nobody knows artisanal meats like Goose the Market, a northside neighborhood grocer that caters to the home cook and the on-the-go diner. The butcher counter is full of traditional meats and cheeses, but what you really want is to try the cured meats, terrines, sausages, and the smoked and creamy cheeses.

Napolese Pizzeria

Napolese brings together two unlikely candidates: fine dining and pizza. Artisanal pizzas are hand-tossed, can be made with gluten-free dough, and topped with housemade tomato sauce or with olive oil and garlic. Quail eggs, jowl bacon, charred leeks, dilled creme fraiche, and white anchovies are just a few of the many toppings you can find on the signature pizzas or use to make your own.

Santorini Greek Kitchen

Santorini brings their authentic signature Greek dishes to the Fountain Square neighborhood. All main entrees, such as leg of lamb, fried eggplant, and souvlaki are served with dinner bread, salad, Mediterranean green beans, rice pilaf and Greek potatoes.

Mesh on Mass

Mesh on Mass rotates the menu with the season, giving you reason to keep coming back to try something new. Main plates are listed as “from the land”. Mesh on Mass stands out even more with their dessert menu, where they are known for their layered terrines and bread pudding.

Iaria’s Italian Restaurant

When it comes to classic Italian dishes, downtown’s top spot is Iaria’s Italian Kitchen. This family-owned restaurant has been in business since 1933. While known for large portions of spaghetti and meatballs and their mile-high lasagna, Iaria’s reminds you that classic doesn’t have to mean boring.


Delicia, located in South Broad Ripple, is here to help you entertain your tastebuds. Guacamole is freshly prepared with a twist - pistachios - and should be paired with the salsa trio of salsa fresca, sikil pak (roasted pumpkin seed), and tomatillo varieties.

Pizzology Craft Pizza & Pub

Their slogan “pizza of principle” is not just catchy, it represents how every aspect of Pizzology’s kitchen is fresh, local, seasonal, and high quality. Come for lunch and get the lunch special of a drink, chopped salad, and pizza persona to feel nourished at an affordable price.

Union 50

You do not have to pick between bar and restaurant at Union 50 on East Street, where their idea of bar food is so much more than nuts and pretzels. Live music entertains you five nights a week, so you can begin and end your night at Union 50.

Petite Chou

Petite Chou’s was included in Travel + Leisure’s “Best French Restaurants in the United States” for their everflowing champagne, fresh flowers on the tables, and authentic pommes frites fried in duck fat. -

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Indy South Home & Lifestyle  

July & August 2017 Issue

Indy South Home & Lifestyle  

July & August 2017 Issue