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Vital Information wrote:Well, I bet I speak for a lot of people, but how the hell do you find these places!
And I, for one, fer sure, am glad you've taking to roaming!
To the stewmobile!
Rene G wrote:Even though I’d had a gutbusting meal at Workingman’s Friend a few hours before, I finished every bit of that stew.
Davydd wrote:I grew up in West Indianapolis and my dad worked at the Chevrolet Plant. Many times he would stop and bring home take out Macedonian hot stew. I don't know if it was this place. My rememberence was it on West Washington Street.
Earlier in this thread I wrote:The menu has some intriguing entries including a tenderloin served on “stew bread.” Maybe next visit.
Josephine wrote:Impressive, but, tell me, how did you walk out of there after the cobbler?
Davydd wrote:I may have to add this to my pork tenderloin pursuit list for next May.
SCUBAchef wrote:I also hear good things about the stew at the Mousetrap Bar and Grill (5565 N Keystone Ave). I'm not sure if it is "John's Famous" stew, or made in-house, though.
jazzman wrote:John’s Famous Stew
Rene G wrote:The website has been up for a least a couple years, complete with two of my photos, used without permission or acknowledgment. They should've at least offered me a free bowl of stew.