Indy eaters, prepare your bellies. And loosen your belts. Good food is coming your way. That’s right, Indianapolis's annual “city wide dining experience” is right around the corner. January 21 - February 3, 2019 opens up an entire new world of place to eat and drink.
Helpful tip? Don’t look at the scale after a good meal. It tanks the entire experience.
The (Toasted) Nuts and Bolts of Devour Indy:
Want to try fine dining in Indianapolis but not sure where to start? Devour Indy is for you. Devour Indy “allows diners to take advantage of three-course, value-priced menus at participating restaurants twice a year (winter and summer) for two weeks.” From January 21 to February 3, 2019 you can eat and drink at Indy’s finest haunts. Bon appetit!
Here’s the spots we can’t wait to hit up during Devour Indy:
Inventive food and an amazing wine list? Sign us up. Beholder has been named one of the Top 100 Wine Restaurants of 2018 so if you’re looking for a food adventure with a sommelier’s touch, run, don’t walk, to Beholder.
8 minute walk from Stay Alfred at Penn Street Tower
Look for Latin American food done to perfection? Head on down to Livery for skirt steak, oysters, pork pastor tamales and empanadas abound. What’s that sound? Oh yes, my stomach growling.
7 minute ride share from Stay Alfred at Penn Street Tower
Nesso Coastal Italia
Before we dive into describing the delicious food at Nesso, we’ve got to give a shout out to the fantastic atmosphere at this trendy new spot. It’s intimate and fantastically decorated with cool features like a full-wall flower mural. Their food can best be described as Italian cuisine perfected with crowd favorites like gnocchi, Buzzard Bay scallops and goat cheese fondue.
15 minute walk from Stay Alfred at The Block
Walk into this open kitchen kitchen concept restaurant and get ready for your mouth to begin watering. This restaurant isn’t cheap but we can promise you it’s worth every penny. With foie gras, marlin with grilled peaches, and ricotta donuts, the hardest choice of the night will be what to order. When at Vida, make sure to check out the hydroponic wall in the kitchen. It’s where all their fresh lettuce comes from.