Asked: What local Indianapolis business would you like to see make a comeback?

What stores, restaurants, and venues would you like to see return the most?

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Three Carrots served up vegan food that was so good, it could trick even the most dedicated carnivore.

City Editor Shea here. In my last few years living in Indy, there have been a surprising handful of businesses I’ve loved and lost. They say if you love something, let it go — but not today.

Here’s my question for you: What local businesses would you like to see make a comeback? To get you started, here are my top choices:

Three Carrots
Not a day goes by that I don’t think about the heavenly Southern Bowl. I take mac and cheese very seriously — so the fact that this won me over speaks volumes to the restaurant’s commitment to making vegan food taste not like cardboard.

Costumes by Margie
As a self-proclaimed Hallowqueen, there’s nothing I love more than an independently-owned costume shop with an extraordinary collection of weird stuff. Driving by the iconic circus tent facade that now houses a furniture store still hurts my heart (props to the new tenants for keeping the cool design though.)

Your turn, Indy — which long-lost business still lingers in your dreams?

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