Where to get soup in Indianapolis, IN

Warm up with these good soups around the Circle City that are perfect served on a cold winter day.

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Shapiro’s has been Indianapolis’ beloved deli stop for more than 115 years.

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It’s soup season, Indy. There’s nothing better than a hot bowl of soup on a cold winter day — or when you’re feeling a little under the weather.

Here are some places around Indy that cook up “good soup.”

Small Batch Soups by Soupremacy, 7 E. Market St.

This local business began in 2014 and aims to provide fast, delicious, and healthy soup that doesn’t come from a chain restaurant or a frozen bag. It has 100+ recipes it rotates through each week. City Editor Nicole used to DoorDash soups from them when she worked in an office downtown.

Subito, 34 N. Delaware St.

This takeout lunch spot, in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, bakes its signature Garda rolls and soft rolls from scratch each morning + has a wide variety of 60+ soups that change daily.

Shapiro’s Delicatessen, 808 S. Meridian St.

This Circle City classic has been serving up Kosher-style deli classics since 1905. Try its cabbage borscht soup, matzo ball soup, or stews.

John’s Famous Stew, 1146 Kentucky Ave.

This old-school eatery + bar dishes up beef stew, chili, and other hearty American comfort-food classics.

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City Editor Nicole’s go-to at Cafe Patachou was an omelet, but now it’s the turkey chili.

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Goose the Market, 2503 N. Delaware St.

The menu changes daily, so stop in for the soup of the day — recent rotations have been broccoli cheddar + a pork, lamb, potatoes, and veggie soup.

Cafe Patachou, Multiple locations

All-day lunch at this Indy icon consists of the choice between tomato artichoke soup (which has been served daily since 1989), turkey chili, or matzo ball soup available on Fridays.

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