Broad Rip­ple

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3 SIS­TERS CAFE Am er­i­can. Tucked awayin a con­verted old house,this charm ing spot­fo­cuses on healthy fare with plenty of veg­e­tar­ian op­tions. En­trees range from lus­cious om elets,soups and sal­ads to house spe­cial­ties such as the 3 Sis­ters grilled­cheese sand­wich (brie, ap­ples and berry­jelly on whole wheat) and grilled m ar­i­nated tilapia with basil, berries, av­o­cado and gor­gonzola. B and L (daily), D (Th-Sa). 6223 N. Guil­ford Ave., 317.257.5556. Map 3-4A BAZBEAUX PIZZA Ital­ian. Bazbeaux m ay be nam ed af­ter Louis XI’s whim sical­court­jester, but­this pop­u­lar pizze­ria is se­ri­ous aboutits pies. The menu in­cludes clas­sic margherita,as wellas spe­cial­ties such as the Tchoupi­toulas BRO AD RIP­PLE BREW PU B Pub Grub. Lo­cated in Indy’s hippest neigh­bor­hood, Broad Rip­ple Brew­pub (est. 1990)is the city’s old­est mi­cro­brew­ery. It was­founded by a Bri­tish cou­ple and re­tains that English pub feel,con­cen­trat­ing on more tra­di­tional avors like Pil­sner, He­feweizen and three va­ri­eties of pale ale. L and D (daily). ww w. broad­rip­ple­brew­ . 842 E. 65th St., 317.253.2739. Map 3-3A BRU G G E BRASSERIE Bel­gian. Get a taste of Europe atthis Broad Rip­ple hot spot. Sam ple the house-brewed Bel­gian-style beers(don’t miss the fam ous Tripel de Rip­ple) and dishes such as curry mus­sels and duck-breast crepes with sw eet onion con t;the sig­na­ture pom m e frites com e with a choice of dip­ping sauces rang­ing from blue cheese to Di­jon mus­tard with poplar syrup. L and D (daily). ww w. brugge­ . 1011-A E. West

eld Blvd., 317.255.0978. Map 3-3B CAKE BAKE SH O P D es­serts. Alice in W on­der­land falls through a rab­bit hole and ends up in a charm ing Parisian sweet shop: deca­dent­treats of all­sorts(plus­lunchy food, high tea, cof­fee drinks, wine/beer/cham pagne) and whim sical, over-the-top dé­cor ev­ery­where you look.L(daily). ww w. the­cake­ Car­roll­ton Ave.,317.257.2253. Map 3-2A

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