Guy Fieri's Indiana Spots
Mooresville, IN
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
Zydeco's
New Orleans native Chef Carter Hutchinson has proclaimed Zydeco the Cajun embassy of Indiana. Guy loved the combination of flavors in the spicy barbecued shrimp with Cajun smoked pork. The boudin according to Guy was "super tender" and he liked the Creole mustard on top.
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West Lafayette, IN
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
Triple XXX Family Restaurant
Triple XXX is named after a brand of root beer that has been served here since the 1920s, but it’s the burgers that have put this spot on the map. Made from sirloin butt that’s ground in-house, these “chopped steaks” won Guy over when he stopped in on Triple D. “That’s a good burger,” he declared of one option featuring two cheese-smothered patties nestled on a toasted bun.
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Goshen, IN
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
South Side Soda Shop
This old-school spot serves up American classics like a beef and bean chili laden with plenty of spices that Guy calls “a home run.” Owner Nick Boyd also keeps customers with a sweet tooth satisfied by churning out fresh, flaky pastries, while his wife, Charity, serves '50s-style floats and phosphates. One cult favorite is the Green River Soda, a retro flavor that’s a big hit with the kids, thanks to its super-sweet taste and its ability to turn your tongue green if you guzzle enough of it.
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Indianapolis, IN
cafe
Posted over 5 years ago
Barking Dog Café
At The Barking Dog, you can feed yourself a hearty plate of cherry pie or the signature "Bark Lard" BLT with special tomato jam. But you can also feed your dog. As Guy discovered on Triple D, just tell them your dog's name and they'll make a special platter for your favorite barker.
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Indianapolis, IN
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
Steer-In
This community establishment was about to disappear before a mother and son bought and revived it. Guy enjoyed the meatball sandwich with homemade marinara sauce. The noodles are made fresh for the stick-to-your-ribs beef and noodles. Feeling hungry? Try the stuffed pizza made to order.
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Indianapolis, IN
cafe
Posted over 5 years ago
3 Sisters Café
This 1896 Victorian house serves both vegetarians and meat lovers alike with a Southern spin. The ham-and-cheese sandwich stuffed with wilted kale and bacon has been deemed "outstanding" by Guy. And don’t sleep on the housemade desserts: Guy recommends both the raspberry lemon corn cakes and the blueberry goat cheese pie.
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Indianapolis, IN
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
The Tamale Place
Each of the 150,000 tamales made each year at The Tamale Place are handmade and hand-tied. As Guy learned on DDD, that means the masa for the tamales is made with freshly ground corn every day. It's also used for everything from tacos to tortilla chips to the just-like-grandma's apple pecan tamale.
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Clarksville, IN
cafe
Posted over 5 years ago
Jersey's Cafe
Jersey native Blair Laing is making Garden State classics and 33 different cheese steaks. Guy fell head over heels when he bit into the Wildwood Cheese Steak with blue cheese, meatballs and rib eye. The chicken salad sandwich with homemade bread and the loaded chips with BBQ sauce also impressed.
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