Bask in new American meals at these prime Indianapolis eating places

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Fancy some new American food?

Hoodline put the numbers together to find the best high-end New American restaurants in Indianapolis. It used both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to rank the best places to meet your needs.

1. Provision

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At the top of the list is commission. The hotel is located at 2721 E. 86th St., Suite 200, near The Fashion Mall in Keystone. It’s the top rated New American high-end restaurant in Indianapolis and has 4.5 out of 158 reviews on Yelp.

The dining room of the Ironworks boutique hotel, Provision, relies on a network of sustainable and artisanal suppliers who offer classics from burgers to snappers. A highlight is the 6-course menu with a fixed price and ingredients. It is available with wine pairings. Guests rave about the food and the spacious terrace.

2. Life

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Next up is downtown Vida at 601 E. New York St.. With 4.5 stars out of 248 on Yelp, the New American Spot, which sells seafood and more, has proven to be a local favorite for those looking to indulge want.

Vida in Lockerbie Square made headlines when it received the coveted AAA four-diamond rating in 2016. It offers a chef’s tasting menu and a seasonal à la carte menu featuring the best available specialties from around the world. It also features homemade cured meats, Indianapolis’ only on-site hydroponic green wall, and, among the dessert offerings, ricotta donuts that have become a local favorite.

3. Harry & Izzy

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Harry & Izzy’s in downtown Indianapolis at 153 S. Illinois St. is another top pick. Yelpers gives the chic steakhouse, the New American and the traditional American spot four out of 708 stars.

Harry and Izzy’s, named after Harry Roth and Izzy Rosen, the owners of the neighbor, St. Elmo Steak House, is in a prime location in the heart of downtown and is a bustling hub on Pacers and Colts game days. Although it also offers fine steaks and seafood, Harry and Izzy’s is looser than its sister property and also serves pizza, pasta and burgers.

4. Ocean Prime

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Ocean Prime, a New American steakhouse and place selling seafood and more in Keystone at the Crossing, is another pricey stop with four out of 251 Yelp reviews. Check out 8555 N. River Road, Suite 100 for yourself.

Ocean Prime is the Indianapolis representative of a national high-end restaurant chain based in neighboring Ohio. The menu covers the red meat spectrum, from pork to porterhouse (in fact there is a porterhouse for pork). But as the name suggests, it also offers an extensive list of prepared seafood and sushi. A surf-and-turf menu on Sunday brings the two together, and a gluten-free menu removes the guesswork for those with intolerances.

5. Late Harvest Kitchen

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In Keystone at the Crossing, check out the Late Harvest Kitchen, which got four out of 249 reviews on Yelp. Indulge in the New American Spot at 8605 River Crossing Blvd.

Late Harvest Kitchen opened in 2011 and quickly became a landmark on the Indianapolis food scene. IndyStar.com praised founding chef Ryan Nelson, saying that its “dishes like deep-fried devil’s eggs and General Tso’s pork belly are so popular that they have become popular staples alongside seasonal dishes like marinated and grilled orange-peeled radicchio, balsamic vinaigrette, and melted mozzarella.” . “Insiders say they should sit at the bar and eat a” secret “burger.

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