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Broad Ripple Brewpub and their Veggie Mushroom Burger (#Super46)

As one of the featured Super 46 Sandwiches, the Veggie Mushroom Burger at the Broad Ripple Brewpub is an excellent sandwich option for veggie lovers or for anyone looking for some lighter fare. I talked with Kurt, the kitchen manager at Read more >

The Boogie Monster at Boogie Burger (#Super46)

I’m always up for a challenge. At least a sandwich challenge. So when Mark and Erin Radford of Boogie Burger invited me and Jeremy Williams to see if we could tackle the Boogie Monster, we were totally up for it. Read more >

Hobnob Corner Restaurant and their Pot Roast Sandwich (#Super46)

Just about an hour south of Indianapolis, in the tiny town of Nashville you’ll find the Hobnob Corner Restaurant right in the middle of town on Main Street. One of the best dishes at the Hobnob Corner Restaurant is their Read more >

Broken Yolk Sandwich at Cafe Patachou (#Super46)

Is there anything better than a perfectly cooked fried egg nestled between two slices of bread? You know what I’m talking about, right? The kind that when you bite into it, a runny yolk begins to dribble out the sides Read more >

Ghyslain Richmond Bistro and their Pan Bagnat Nicois Sandwich (#Super46)

Ghyslain Richmond Bistro is a not-so-hidden gem on the far east-side of Indiana, right in downtown Richmond. While you’d expect to find an upscale restaurant like Ghyslain in Indianapolis or other major metropolitan areas, the fact that it’s situated in Read more >

Nickel Plate Bar & Grill and their Breaded Tenderloin (#Super46)

The Nickel Plate Bar and Grill, located just north of Indianapolis in the suburb of Fishers, is a pretty typical bar & grill type of restaurant. They serve standard pub food like burgers, chicken wings, fries, along with a Reuben, Read more >

Triple XXX Family Restaurant and their Duane Purvis All-American Burger (#Super46)

The Triple XXX Family Restaurant is an institution in West Lafayette (home of Purdue University). While the name might surprise you, the restaurant started in 1929 as a root beer stand selling Triple XXX Root Beer (which they still make Read more >