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  • Mass Ave Wine Shoppe
    Mermaids are in abundance along the walls of Mass Ave Wine Shoppe in Indianapolis, serving as the unofficial mascots to this funky wine store. Located at the east end of Indianapolis’ trendy shopping street, the boutique shop boasts a wall of roughly 100 bottles of wine, each priced under $15. More than just a carryout vendor, the cozy atmosphere includes a few tables for in-house sipping, and work from local artists grace the walls. There’s a bit of a bistro feel to Mass Ave Wine Shoppe, with its short but well-considered list of food choices to enjoy with a glass of wine. And on the first and third Wednesday of the month, a single pour and a chair massage can be enjoyed for $10. Other treats include a hummus pizza, tasting platters of cheeses and assorted small plates that are perfect for sharing.
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    878 Massachusetts Ave
    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
  • Pogue's Run Grocer
    There’s an undeniable small town neighborhood feel at Pogue’s Run Grocer, located on Indianapolis’ east side. From the building’s colorfully-painted fruit and vegetable mural to its glass windowed store front, Pogue’s Run feels friendly and inviting. As a community-owned Indy Food Co-Op project, the shop offers organic and local produce to customers, as well as gluten-free and soy-based options, plus all-natural hygiene products. Grocery staples can be found on shelves lining both sides of three narrow aisles, while hungrier folks can take advantage of a short-order service counter and the store’s small café area out front. For everything from deli sandwiches and vegan soups to bulk grains, nuts, rice and beans, Pogue’s Run Grocer remains a neighborhood favorite for many.
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    2828 E 10th St
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Julia's Homestyle and Caribbean Food
    Julia's Homestyle American and Caribbean Food exudes warmth, and not just because the restaurant's ovens and broilers are constantly turned high. It's because the food itself overflows with comforting, hearty flavors from traditional soul food recipes. Staples include home-style meatloaf in tomato gravy, seasoned fried chicken, and sides of mac and cheese and yams, which a columnist from the Indianapolis Recorder called some of the best she'd ever had. More traditional Caribbean dishes include jerk chicken and slow-cooked oxtails, and catering is also available.
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    1002 E 38th St.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Vision Center at Meijer Chicago
    With locations throughout the Midwest, Vision Center At Meijer's eye mavens outfit more than 700 frames with lenses carefully crafted in their own laboratory to specifically suit the eyes and face of each patient. Doctors demonstrate their care for patients' eyes by making sure all of them have a precise, up-to-date prescription. The center also works to keep frame prices low to help more patients find pairs of glasses within their price ranges.
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    8375 East 96th St.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Green Bean Delivery
    Trips to the grocery store induce awkward encounters with lackluster acquaintances from stamp club and the time-consuming, morally draining process of choosing produce. Today's deal saves the greater Cincinnati area from public scrutiny by delivering fresh, organic products from local Midwest farmers and artisans (call ahead to see if your location is eligible for delivery). Unlike reruns, doppelgangers, and Keanu Reeves's acting technique, Farm Fresh produce bins are never the same. Cucumbers, oranges, avocados, apples, mangos, pineapples, asparagus, or almost any fruit or vegetable can make it into Farm Fresh's selection, depending on the season; click here to see this week's picks. Year-round choices include all-natural breads, farm-fresh eggs, organic cheeses and milk, honey, jams and preserves, fresh and frozen pastas, and loose-leaf teas. Each bin is completely customizable, which encourages you to get creative with an assortment of organic matter.
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    7503 Crews Drive
    Indianapolis, IN US
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