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.
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</strong>