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While strolling down the charming historic market of Indianapolis, 3 Days in Paris is a great place to stop in for a quick bite to eat. Specializing in both sweet and savory crepes, the restaurant uses the freshest ingredients to make culinary creations which are reminiscent of the Parisian street-side shops. Settle down for some coffee out on their patio area and enjoy a bit of people-watching in the bustling market scene or simply grab your crepe and continue meandering around the rest of the stalls.
Way out on Washington Street, halfway between the Speedway and Downtown, there's a brief stretch known as Little Mexico. La Posada anchors the eastern end with a char-broiled menu of tacos, tamales and other south-of-the-border specialties. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, and all are delightful. Meats such as chorizo and al pastor are of a quality not seen often in the Midwest. The space itself is a bit hole-in-the-wall, but it's clean as can be, and sparse decor lets the diner better focus on the food. Be sure to wash it down with a cold Mexican cerveza.
Pioneers of handmade pork tenderloin, homemade root beer and hand-dipped onion rings, the Edwards Drive-In is reminiscent of a old school diner. Located near downtown Indianapolis, this little drive-thru restaurant is known across the city, for serving some of the most amazing sandwiches and fast food. A divey ambiance coupled with friendly staff, makes this restaurant perfect for a casual lunch with family or friends. A good range of desserts are also available to finish off your meal on a sweet note.
The Tamale Place is the labor of love Angela Green, Leora Green and Vladimir Ronces. Opened in 2003, this is the place in town for delicious and authentic tamales. Their tacos, nachos and tortas are equally noteworthy. Hand-made daily, their cheap eats are worth the trip. Savor their dishes like Chicken Verde Tamale, Beef in Red Sauce Tamale, Poblano Chiles and Cheese i Green Sauce Tamale, Steak Torta and Spicy Chipotle Chicken Nachos.
Operated by a father-daughter duo, Taste of Havana entices your palate with scrumptious Cuban flavors. This restaurant is known for offering authentic Cuban food in a casual ambiance. Try the Black Bean soup, El Cubano from their menu which have been loved and recommended by their regulars. Vegetarians need not fret as this restaurant offers ample of choices for the vegetarians. The warm hospitality and friendly staff assure a pleasant dining experience when here.