Carmel Arts District restaurants

July 28, 2016
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Abuelo’s – Named America’s number one Mexican restaurant four years running, Abuelo’s has three chain branches in Indiana, one in Merrillville, one in Indianapolis and one in Carmel.
Bazbeaux Pizza Restaurant – Pizza in its finest hour, that’s what they say about Bazbeaux. So popular, they had to open three locations, one in Carmel, one in downtown Indianapolis and one in Broad Ripple Village, just to the south.
Gelato Da Vinci Bistro – Well-deserved winner of many “Best of the Best” contests among the top Indianapolis and Carmel restaurants, Gelato’s offers food as delicious as their ice cream and sorbets.
Kincaid’s Fish, Chop and Steak House – Offering excellent food, prices and services in Carmel and Bloomington, Indiana, at Kincaid’s you can get a delicious three-course meal for under $25.
Le Mie Emilie French Restaurant – A most pleasant addition indeed to the spiffy Arts & Design District, where you’ll feel as if you just took a quick jaunt to Paris.
Le Peep – Eight independently owned and operated Le Peep Restaurants serve Indiana, including Carmel, Kokomo, the Fashion Mall at Keystone and nearby downtown Indianapolis.
MCL Restaurant & Bakery – Here you can get eclectic and soul food to your heart’s delight and your taste bud’s content. “We preserve our recipes, ” goes their slogan, “not our food.”
Mitchell’s Fish Market and Seafood Restaurant – Here’s a fantastic place to get the freshest of fresh seafood with all the trimmings, in beautiful Clay Terrace Shopping Center.
Muldoon’s of Carmel – For the Irish, it’s the simple things in life that make it truly worthwhile. Stop in at Muldoon’s of Carmel to enjoy the great food, beer, music and hospitality of Ireland.
Serendipity Restaurant – An anchor destination in Carmel’s Arts and Design District, this is the place for your high tea, lunch or brunch break from Carmel shopping.
Shapiro’s Deli – “Cook good. Serve generously. Price modestly.” That’s been Shapiro’s motto for this, the “grandaddy of deli’s” since way back in 1905. Obviously, they’re doing something right.
Woody’s Library Restaurant – Renovated from the 1913 Andrew Carnegie Library, this two-story dining establishment is one of the most charming locales in downtown Carmel.

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