Papa Murphy’s

51 Boone Village
Zionsville, 46077
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My SO and I frequent this Papa Murphy's location. We have never had bad service or a wrong order. The owner and his wife are super sweet people (I forget their names, we only met them once) The staff is always friendly and helpful with suggestions on the pizza toppings or any questions we have.

(317) 733-9989

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Village Station

10615 Zionsville Rd
Zionsville, 46077
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I gotta give this place five stars. The food was delicious. It wasn't your normal grimy pub food, it helped that it was connected with a Pizza King. And the price was right, this place is definitely a little hole in the wall, but well worth the stop-in. The prices on the drinks were just as good as the food, and Tegan the bar tender was good too. Plus a great band playing, it really just sealed off the 5-star experience! If you're around, you gotta stop in!!!

(317) 873-2363

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Bites By Confectioneiress

640 S Main St,Ste 100
Zionsville, 46077
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Very nice shop. We stopped in after eating at Bub's. First before walking in we noticed the "We serve everyone" sticker. They get big points for that. We actually had cupcakes at home already and didn't really need anything. But since they had the sticker I wanted to support them no matter how small. I bought red velvet cake pop and a confetti cake pop. I already made up my mind they were going to be dry before even trying them. They were both awesome!! Very moist and very tasty. We will be back to try other items. If they are as good as the cake pops they will be great. Tip: don't try eating them while driving. Can be sorta messy.
Bites by Confectioneiress was fantastic! It was clean, had a huge couch and many tables. They offered free wifi and outside sitting. The decor was modern and cozy. I enjoyed the large windows in the front that allowed for a very pleasant view of the trees on the other side of the street. The music added to the modern decor and it was set to a nice ambient volume which is rare in some coffee shops. I ordered a pour over cup of coffee of light roast which was delicious. I will try their second option (medium roast) when I finish this cup. I also had the oatmeal with blueberries, raspberries, and pecans. It was also very delicious.
This place is wonderful! Great latte, excellent selection of snacks (including some gluten free goodies!), and a big comfy couch.

(317) 873-1001

Desserts, Coffee & Tea

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The Country Market & Lunchroom

795 S US Hwy 421
Zionsville, 46077
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Wonderful place and wonderful people. Very good food and good price. Staff is very helpful and kind. Nice place. Visit here.
This spot is has a lot going on: pumpkin patch, antique shop, market, lunchroom, and sometimes even a stage for some bluegrass. If you're coming for lunch, then you better do it sooner than later, because they run out of the good stuff. At the same time, the options that are leftover are pretty good too--tenderloin, pie, burgers, soup, potato salad. (The food snobs might turn up their nose to the menu, but as a fellow food snob I recommend that you go the homemade route.) I had ham 'n beans with cornbread. It tasted as if that favorite aunt of yours who's known for her hearty ham 'n beans made it. After my meal, I bopped around the market and antique store, which had a slew of mason jars, china, soup mixes, preserves, noodles, pies, and candy. It is what you want Cracker Barrel to carry. Overall, it's a fun way to spend a fall afternoon with family, and I'd recommend anyone to check it out.
What a quaint little place! Made me think I was back in my hometown eating at a cafe. The food is real, folks. Ham n beans, chicken n noodles, tenderloins, pies, cakes, Apple cider. Everything is mostly served on paper/styrofoam plates, but it makes it easy to transport as you walk around the little antique shop and the pumpkin patch area. We happened to be there during Pumpkin Fest. We didn't go in to thr festival part because I dont have kids and couldn't justify the $10 admission which was mostly for all the kids activities. But I did hear a lively bluegrass band playing. You should check out the country charm at this place. I'd love to try it during an off-season day when it's less crowded. The chicken noodles were spot-on! I would have given this a 5 but we had to wait about 40 minutes for our food and that made me a sad hungry panda!

(317) 769-4415

Breakfast & Brunch

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Noble Roman’s Pizza

78 Brendon Way
Zionsville, 46077
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I like their deep dish pizza. They put the sauce on top, and didn't like it much as a kid. Now I find it to be a nice change of pace and even add extra sauce. I haven't tried there hand tossed style. I did try their chicken wings and they turned out good without that extra fat layer some pizza places wings have. CALL IT IN I would not suggest ordering online also. I would check out there web page at nobleromans.net to see what deals they have and call it in. I had an issue where there discount wasn't applied by the online process that is also more trouble than it's worth.
I recently went to this pizza thinking I was going to get same old frozen pizza taste I was wrong I got not only great pizza but good customer service . I greeted with smile from the beginning to the end . I will be back
This place deserve ' s no stars , absolutely the worst pizza and bread sticks I've EVERRRRRR EATEN! I will never eat here again .

(317) 733-9300

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Friendly Tavern

290 S Main St
Zionsville, 46077
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This is an awesome homey bar/tavern in old town Zionsville. The wings are a treat. Fried nicely with 2 sauces of your choosing served on the side. Definitely not the chain restaurant drivel that you usually find in the 'burbs. I highly recommend it.
My mother and I had a lovely time at Friendly's. Very welcoming atmosphere. I had the pork chop BBQ special, and she had a small filet. Entrees were excellent, as were the sides! Totally coming again!
I've been to the Friendly Tavern a handful of times, and have had mixed results enough times that I think I am done going in and hoping for the best The location itself is great, right in the middle of the cute part of Zionsville with brick roads in front and little shops along the sidewalks. Parking is made easy with a free public parking lot just north of the Friendly. Even if there wasn't a sign on the place, the old brick building on the corner with locals flowing in and out just emits the kind of vibe that makes you know you're going to find a cold beer and good food inside. Once you make it inside, you quickly realize you weren't the only one who had the same idea. I've never had to wait on a table very long here, but it is always packed. Along with being packed, it is also very loud. The tables and chairs look like they were kept around from the 1960's as well, and certainly weren't purchased with the intent of being any kind of draw. It is a large place that has a bar with a lot of seating around 3 sides of it, and the rest is filled with as many tables as they could fit, making it feel crowded and difficult to get around in. The crowd is definitely on the older side with most of the restaurant full of what I would assume are locals, and I'd take the over if somebody set the line for the median age at 50. As far as the food goes, if you want something delicious and don't have a conscience about what you put into your body, then this is the place to go. Their menu does offer some salads, but one look around and you quickly realize that everyone else has a plate in front of them stacked high with a fried tenderloin, greasy sandwich, crispy wings, fried fish, or a concoction of deep fried appetizers. I've gotten a few things here, and while unhealthy, they were all delicious. The prices are on par with what I would expect for this type of food. The beer list contains a decent number of bottles at an above average price, and only offers a couple of taps not occupied by anything special, so I wouldn't visit if you just wanted to get a few beers. The reason that I can't ever seem to leave this place happy after all of that good stuff is that the service has been terrible. I know that service can be hit and miss, but I'd say of the only 5 or so times I have gone here, 3 of them I can remember feeling like the waitress was just downright rude. The group of people I work with who I usually came in with now refer to it as the "Unfriendly" if we are ever getting a group to go get some food. The other times have been more pleasant, but still involve really long waits to get orders taken, empty glasses for way too long without getting a refill, and an overall sense that you aren't a very high priority. I think that a lot of this probably has to do with the fact that most of the people inside look like they are probably there every night and sit around for hours talking about what their neighbors did that day without requiring much attention, but I'd hate to walk in here hoping to get food in a hurry.

(317) 873-5772

Pubs, American (Traditional)

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Big Dave’s Deli

1225 W Oak St
Zionsville, 46077
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What can I say other than this place has the silliest name for a place that I would rank as having probably THE BEST muffins anywhere in town. Maybe anywhere in the state. Maybe anywhere. Period. First of all, the muffins you get at Big Dave's are HUGE. Two (or even three) people could share these. But that's not that unheard of ... we're a nation of overeaters and supersized everything. Even muffins. But these muffins are unique and tasty and moist and delishhhhuss. So delicious it deserves its own word to describe it. Delishhhhuss. Orange muffins and raspberry muffins are to die for. Stop in. Get some meat. Get a sandwich, even. But do NOT pass up the muffins. Yeah. I'm telling you to go to Big Dave's for the muffins. You should feel lucky I'm even sharing this. I could buy them all myself.
lucky for them i have to give them at least one star. what slum business owner has a website that says they are open 8am-1pm on sunday and then doesnt have any sort of answering machine on their not one but two phone lines. so we drive the 30 minutes over to this place and they were closed.
New cook and new owners. They are rocking it. They have cleaned up the place and are really making some outstanding specials Mike the cook comes up with some really tasty meals. You can't go wrong with the steak burger. One of the best in town. For breakfast the steak and eggs are two meals in one. Where else can you get a great steak for $12. Then they have Triple X rootbeer if you want a great Indiana made rootbeer that is not all sugar water. Keep an eye out for the steak nights. Yum.

(317) 873-4255

Delis, Sandwiches

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The Scoop

305 S Main St
Zionsville, 46077
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This place is awesome! I was walking in as they were closing, and instead of turning us away they welcomed us with open arms! I have now been to this cute establishment twice and have had friendly service with a side of delicious ice cream. The espresso oreo and frosted yellow cake flavors are a great combination. The portions are generous and won't break the bank. Tip: You can get a half scoop of two flavors and it counts as only 1 scoop for pricing. They also serve breakfast!
Simply charming! Scoop is nestled in an adorable old home that was beautifully renovated right in the heart of downtown Zionsville. Vintage style furniture and a 50's flair make the charm the best attraction of this little ice cream parlor! They had over a dozen different flavors and encouraged us to try whichever one piqued our interest. I knew from the moment I looked at that espresso fudge Oreos chocolatey goodness that my ice cream date was sealed. I opted for the single scoop (because as it turns out it's actually two scoops of ice cream.) More than enough for me! Personally, I'm not a huge fan of waffle cones so I opted for the straight up cup. My little bowl of ice cream cost me close to four dollars, a little steep, but in the end the location and company made it worth the cost. If you're in Zionsville and looking for a fun place to take the kids I would definitely suggest bringing them here!
(obligatory - I Scream for Ice Cream reference here) Had our first (and second) trips to The Scoop in Zionsville last week during our Spring Break and had a wonderful experience both times. Once again, the variety and delicious combinations of ice cream choices were matched by the warm and welcoming service. That's really refreshing and appreciated. Conveniently located on the main strip in Zionsville, I'm imagining this may make it into our "special treat" rotation this spring and summer.

(317) 344-0944

Desserts, Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

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Rosies Place

10 S Main St
Zionsville, 46077
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I recently visited for breakfast on a weekday morning. It was about 8:00 am, and there were just a few others in the place at the time. My waiter was pretty good, but the food really lacked. FOOD: The dish that I ordered, whose name I cannot recall, included the following: a "big fluffy pancake", hashbrowns or home fries, whichever is cubed, toast, two eggs, and bacon or sausage. Instead of serving this on one big plate, they bring it out on two separate plates. Maybe that's because those are just the size plates they have, or they think people don't want their syrup to get on all of the other food. However, I was a two-top by myself, and there would have been no room for a second person's dishes because of these multiple dishes to serve one meal. To me, if a restaurant is serving breakfast, then they need to get a few things spot on. Those would be eggs and toast. I ordered a sunny side up egg, and it was way over cooked so that the yoke cooked from the bottom instead of being liquid throughout. A sunny side up egg should not be a yellow hockey puck. The recipe that they use for their wheat bread is somehow off. I know that they are supposedly known for their baked goods, but this was a really bad tasting bread. Also, it isn't traditional toast, it is the thickness of Texas toast. That may be their signature item or something along those lines, but if you are going to serve a thicker piece of bread for toast, then you need to toast it longer as this was gooey in the center. The toast was pre-buttered, but butter was haphazardly applied, and on two pieces, the butter was only on a small area of the toast. The jelly was served in a very small, open metal ramekin or sauce cup, but there was no where near enough to cover both pieces of toast. To note, I do not put jelly on thickly, there seriously was not enough jelly served. I found that the potatoes had very little flavor, and though the bacon was okay, I cannot believe that they would charge what they do for three slices of it had it been ordered on the side. I had wanted bacon, eggs, potatoes, and toast. There was no choice for that as a named dish, so I had to get the dish that included the pancake. There was a dish that offered eggs and toast and potatoes, but no meat, then I could order the bacon à la cart. When I asked the waiter if they had the dish that I wanted, he pointed out the meatless dish, and then said I could add the bacon à la cart. I then pointed out to him that that would make the dish more expensive than if I were to buy the one with meat and a pancake. So, of course, that didn't make sense to do. The pancake was quite thin and unremarkable. Syrup had a strange taste to it, as though it were not pure maple syrup, but rather, a knock-off that contains artificial sweeteners. If you have a breakfast place that charges the prices that this one does, use real maple syrup. I had ordered hot tea, and strangely, it was served in one of those old-style metal creamers that normally sit on a table. When pouring, you have to be very careful to make sure that the lid is up the entire way, or the water just dribbles down the front of the creamer and onto the table. Also, since this serving device is not designed to hold hot water, the water chills way too quickly. The water was not hot enough when served because of this. I feel like they need to serve the assortment of teabags in a smaller container. It was served in a large, heavy bowl that really took up way too much room on the table. And, when another customer arrived and wanted tea, the waiter came and took the bowl away as though they only have one. Just go out and buy a few smaller containers. DECOR: everything is fresh and new, pretty much, so that makes it nice, but I'm there more for the food than the decor. RESTROOMS: The restroom had no paper towels to dry hands on, and that seems like something that would be on a normal pre-opening check list to be completed either the night before or morning of opening. I do have to say, I appreciate that there is now a men's and women's restroom, as opposed to just one restroom in this location's past iterations. PARKING: There is now a side entrance in addition to the main front entrance, which is nice for people parking on the side of the building. However, the day I visited, it was still snowy and icy on the ground, and the parking spaces and part of the sidewalk had not been cleared. It wasn't fresh snow, it's just that no one had bothered to take care of this. Use care if the weather is similar when parking. WILL I RETURN? I, like many, many others in Zionsville have been waiting anxiously for our coffee / breakfast spot to return to The Village. I will try it out again in a few months as they continue to work out kinks of a newly opened establishment, to give them a second chance. Next time, I plan to visit with friends so I can hear their feedback on their experience. I hope to return to Yelp with a much better report in the future!
In the heart of zionsville and well worth trying to find parallel parking! It has all-day breakfast (That is really really good) amazing bakery treats and a soup selection that changes pretty regularly. It's a bright and charming lunch spot.
Love Rosie's Place. This was our first breakfast place we tried when we moved to Zionsville. Love, love, love, everything about this place. Great food, great service, great atmosphere, in old town Zionsville.

(317) 344-6500

Cafes, Breakfast & Brunch

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The Loft Restaurant & Dairy Bar

9101 Moore Rd
Zionsville, 46077
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The food and ambiance is very good. The service is okay and the screened in porch does have more flies than you would think. It is really cool though being able to eat a nice lunch overlooking a beautiful farm.
Farm. To. Table. The Loft delivers rich and hearty fair in a warm down home environment. A cheese plate is a must, especially when seated inside looking toward the shelves and shelves of cheese wheels. Highly recommend the rabbit and a chocolate milks shot to finish. A delightful wine list by the glass and bottle on offer. Outstanding service accompanies the experience.
I attended a work party in their relatively new "The Roost" party room. Food at TPC is delicious always so my review will focus on the room. There are so many positives to this room. 1. It's completely separate from the dining room, even with its own entrance. It sits above the dining room and there is a glass wall to see the patrons below. Beautiful! 2. It has its own bathroom and plenty of room inside to mingle. There is even room for a little bar to be set up. No one has to leave the party room. 3. The balcony has plenty of room as well. 4. I'm not sure of the official amount it holds but there is plenty of room for 20-30 people easily-long tables-and serving staff without feeling cramped. 5. I believe there was a fireplace as well. 6. It's 200 to hold the room and there are great menu options. There are a few drawbacks though 1. The entrance is outside and you have to climb what feels like rickety steps. And if you parked on the lowest level, you are going up two flights of stairs to get up there. There IS a stair rider thing to get up there if you are unable to climb the stairs. 2. Parking at the creamery is a little frustrating. I've never once been able to snatch up a parking spot on the restaurant side, and have been stuck parking on the store side-which means stairs and walking just to get to dinner. Now-don't get me wrong- I love shopping at the store- but heels and cold weather and a lack of desire to climb stairs make this a little annoying. 3. The balcony had a great view but it's on a farm-of course it smells a little out there. Overall-I look forward to getting to attend another party at Traders!

(317) 733-1700

American (Traditional)

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