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1913 RESTAU RA N T Am er­i­can. Way back when,there wasn’tafancy m oniker­like “farm -to-ta­ble cui­sine.” Peo­ple just called it “food.” This clas­sic room of­fers a mod­ern take on the kids of dishes that were pop­u­larin the re­gion in the early 1900s: pan-roasted brook trout,In­di­ana onion pie, wedge salad with lo­cal blue cheese, and Hoosier sugar cream pie.Inside Om ni Sev­erin Ho­tel. B, L, D (daily). ww w. om ni­ho­ . 40 W.Jackson Place, 317.396.3623. Map 1-5C CERU LEAN Am er­i­can. Serves up ul­tra m od ren­di­tions of hearty Am er­i­can cook­ing with global ap­peal. Start with a cream y cauliower soup be­fore or­der­ing el­e­vated and a la carte dishes. Tucked into sw anky bou­tique ho­tel, The Alexan­der, Cerulean is hip as can be, and has a lively bar scene. L (M -F), D (M -Sa). ww w.cerulean­restau­ .339 South Delaware St., 317.870.1320. Map 1-D 6 CITY CAFE Am er­i­can. Fresh,lo­cal in­gre­di­ents are the star atthis charm -

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