The first thing I noticed was the drink menu – there is something called Sunshine on the menu ($2.55) – so right there – I’m in. It’s a mix of lemonade, fruit punch, Orange Crush and Mountain Dew – um yes please!
So here it is – my giant cup of Sunshine! I have to say – it was tasty! Ali got it as well and she’s not much for soda – but even she couldn’t resist! It was zingy and refreshing and not overly sweet.
Ali decided we also needed to try Fried Green Tomatoes ($6.99) served with a “southern sauce”. I had never had them before so I was up for it. The sauce was a some sort of salsa ranch-type dip – I think – it was tasty. The tomatoes were okay – the breading was a bit flavorless – but it wasn’t bad.
Ali got chicken tenders and a sweet potato waffle ($9.25). The sweet potato waffles are seasonal so she jumped on it. I tried a bite and it was pretty good and definitely had a sweet potato flavor. This is a LOT of food – so prepare your belly for it all!
I went for the traditional jumbo chicken wings & regular waffle. Holy moly – these must be some massive friggin chickens!! These were ginormous! The wings were really great – super crispy and super juicy – loved them. The waffle was good too – it’s super thick and fluffy. I piled on the syrup along with the peach butter.
We found one of the chefs and I made sure to get a pic with him because this was a meal to remember!
Why Should You Go? There’s plenty of “fancy” food in Indy – but if you’re near downtown – this is NOT to be missed!