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THREE WISE MEN

I don’t know why I haven’t posted about this place earlier. Patrick and I had gone there when they first opened up.It’s a big airy place, with a limited menu but well produced food. They offer pizza, appetizers, salads and calzones. I have heard their salads are colossal and loaded with all kinds of stuff. I know they are tossed right at tableside, or bar top as the case may be. I’ve always had their calzone, and they are first-rate. It’s not that I’m anti-greens, I just don’t know if I could get into salad and beer. And face it, the hook of this place is beer. It’s a virtual Beervana¬†of delightful homemade brews. I’m sure by now anybody who goes to Broad Ripple knows about three wise men and I’m sure has already been. I think I’m just posting this to show off my pictures from my spiffy new Nikon camera. They may not be great photographs, they are original.Thr3e Wise Men Brewing Co. on Urbanspoon


Dee’s barbecue

Dee’s is a little bitty place just north of 52nd St. and west of Keystone. They offer the usual,barbecue sandwiches, slabs and tips. Patrick and I opted for a couple of sandwiches, I tried pork Patrick chose the beef. Both came on 5 inch buns, holding a good half pound of meat, quite a deal for $4.75. The sandwiches were really good, as was the hot water cornbread. However I can’t say the same for the mac & cheese. Not only was a leftover, it was bad leftover. But if you want a good honest barbecue sandwich for good price go to Dee’s</stronDee's Bar-B-Que on Urbanspoong>