Indy’s biggest local dining event, Devour Indy, is back for Winterfest starting Monday, Jan. 23 and running through Sunday Feb. 5 with 120+ participating restaurants offering special three-course menus at a discounted price.
Not sure where to go? We’ve rounded up some of our top picks by type of cuisine to help you plan your dinner dates and get a variety of flavors.
The Fountain Room, 830 Mass Ave., Ste. 1480
Try a three-course meal for $40 at this Bottleworks restaurant with your choice of soup or salad, an entree, and dessert. City Editor Nicole is eyeing the Pasta Bolognese and Creme Brûlée Cheesecake.
HC Tavern + Kitchen, 9709 E. 116th St., Fishers
This north side spot’s dinner menu includes your choice of one starter, soup or salad, and an entree.
Pro tip: you can enjoy an additional $10 off your Devour Dinner if you dine in Monday through Wednesday.
Asian / Japanese
Ramen Ray, 5628 E. 71st St.
Winter is unofficial ramen season — and this spot specializes in traditional-style ramen from Hokkaido, Japan with a simple and homey atmosphere. Enjoy two entrees, one order of gyoza, and one dessert to serve two for $36.
Modita, 850 Mass Ave., Ste. 110
The Asian-inspired eatery in the Bottleworks District offers lots of options for $35 per person. City Editor Nicole wants to try the Chicken Pho Noodles and is excited to go back for the Yuzu Bar, which has been featured on Modita’s Devour menu before.
Nesso, 339 S. Delaware St.
Enjoy a rich Italian meal at this restaurant in The Alexander Hotel for $40 per person or $75 with a wine pairing. Pro tip: While you’re there, you can end the night at the Plat 99 for a cocktail with a rooftop view.
Diavola, 1134 E. 54th St., Ste. I
Sample some of Diavola’s favorites including pizza and pasta for two for $70 or with vino included for $100.
Latin American / Mexican
Festiva, 1217 E. 16th St.
Choose between two options for $55 with two margaritas or try Sunday brunch for two (10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.) with two sparkling palomas for $45.
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Try this Latin-influenced menu for lunch or dinner at $25 per person. City Editor Nicole is eyeing the empanadas, paella, and sugar cream pie flan.