Groceries & Markets in Indianapolis


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  • The Meat Shop of Indianapolis
    The owners of The Meat Shop of Indianapolis go to great lengths to ensure that their wares are fit for a king's grill, a campsite's frying pan, or a family's crockpot. Instead of leaving the quality of their meat to chance, they embark on personal inspections of their meat suppliers and staff their counters with butchers who have more than 25 years of cleaver-wielding experience. As noted in the Indianapolis Star, they don't just hawk traditional steaks, chops, chicken, and cold cuts, expanding to include exotic meats including bison, rabbit, goat, and leprechaun.
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    1225 South High School Road
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Engleking's Country Beef Shop
    For more than 70 years, the Engleking family has raised fresh, all-natural Holstein beef and Berkshire pork products on their sprawling Charlottesville farm. Livestock graze serenely on open pastures, where they are fed with Engleking's homegrown grain and free from the harmful influence of hormones, steroids, Looney Tunes, and antibiotics. The naturally raised beef cultivates a more tender flavor, its taste sustained by Engleking's methodical dry-aging process, where a polar wind-powered pinwheel cools freshly trimmed beef for up to a month, activating natural enzymes that break down tough tissues and proteins. Inaugurate a new grill without hiring a chief justice to cover you in marinade by cooking up juicy cuts such as the savory 8 oz. beef filet ($12.50), a thick chuck roast ($4/lb.), or a seasoned summer sausage ($5 each). Meanwhile, Berkshire pork breeds produce well-marbled jumbo pork chops ($4 each) and fresh, sizzle-ready bacon ($5/lb.).
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    222 East Market Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Goose the Market
    The Three Faces of Goose the Market Fresh Indiana Meats Real meat has a story. This is one of the founding principles at Goose the Market, where the meat does, in fact, have a tale to tell, albeit a short one without many characters. That’s because Goose works directly with Indiana farmers, who slaughter their all-natural livestock mere hours or days before delivering its meat to the market. As a result, the shop’s customers always know where their meat comes from and how it was raised. Award-Winning Sandwiches The neighborhood market of bygone eras was always the place to go if you wanted a good sandwich. Goose has picked up that torch with its own roster of sandwiches—Bon Appetit magazine even placed it on its list of Top 10 Sandwich Shops in the country in 2008. The “standout sandwich” then, and now, is the Batali, named after Armandino Batali, a famous salumi maker. This Italian creation features spicy coppa, soppressata, capicola, tomato preserves, and hot giardiniera for an extra kick. Italian Enoteca The enoteca—an Italian word for "wine repository"—at Goose resides in the basement. Here, a rotating menu of wines shares space with a wide selection of craft beers. In keeping with the market's passion for all things local, the enoteca houses communal tables for neighbors to meet up over small plates of artisanal cheese or charcuterie.
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    2503 N Delaware St
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Trader Joe's
    As one of two Trader Joe’s stores in the Indianapolis area, this 82nd Street outlet located at the east end of the Castleton Point strip mall provides visitors with a non-traditional grocery shopping experience. Angled aisles contribute to a spacious feeling inside the facility, while Hawaiian shirt-wearing employees add to the store’s relaxed atmosphere. But as any true TJ’s aficionado knows, it’s the food, more than anything else, which sets Trader Joe’s apart from other grocers. The store doesn’t carry many externally-branded items, opting instead to vertically integrate their own versions of common grocery store sundries, nearly all of which are free of artificial flavors or preservatives, synthetic colors, MSG, genetically-modified ingredients or partially hydrogenated oils.
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    5473 E 82nd St
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Nutrition Plus
    The staff at Nutrition Plus—which includes amateur bodybuilders with upwards of 20 years of training experience—respects each individual's complex needs and goals. To create a blueprint for success, one of eight certified personal trainers performs a fitness assessment at the 1,500-square-foot studio, gauging the client's strength, endurance, and ability to sculpt Arnold Schwarzenegger out of modeling clay. A certified nutritionist can then tailor a weight-loss plan to encourage permanent lifestyle changes and results that last.
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    8287 Indy Ct
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • 96th Street Chiropractic
    If your idea of a doctor visit involves needles, drugs, and probing exams, 96th Street Chiropractic may not be a good place for you. Dr. Brad Flynn eschews invasive and synthetic medical practices for a manual, hands-on approach. But he doesn?t stop at adjustments; he believes in developing comprehensive treatments based on each patient. His treatments incorporate any combination of spinal adjustments, electrotherapeutic techniques, exercise, nutrition, and counseling.
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    9598 Allisonville Rd
    Indianapolis, IN US

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