The Lemon Bar
95 East Pine Street, Zionsville
My daughter treated me to a birthday lunch. She kept it the location a surprise until we reached the bricked Main Street of Zionsville. Her suggestion of wearing yellow finally clicked, The Lemon Bar. The location is in an old service garage on Pine Street, across from the spot where I sat as a child with my family to watch fireworks in Lions Park.
We ordered the Quiche Du Jour with fire roasted tomatoes, goat cheese and bacon. We had a choice of fresh fruit or salad, went with the latter and housemade lime vinaigrette. The deep dish quiche was delicious with the combination of flavors and a flaky crust. Our salad choice was light and refreshing.
We walked off our lunch shopping along Main Street. I count shopping as cardio exercise! This allowed us, with no guilt, to savor a chocolate malt fluff ice cream in a waffle cone.
WHERE I DINE
Shelly Palczynski, Camby
Where do you like to dine?
Vito Provolone in Greenwood.
What do you like
Their alfredo sauce is the best I’ve ever had, and I’m extremely
picky about alfredo. It’s good on everything. Their creamy Italian dressing, also homemade, is great. And their homemade bread is wonderful – very addictive.
What do you like about this place?
The atmosphere is very nice, dimly lit and comfortable. The service is always very friendly and prompt.
BEHIND THE BARS
Checkered Flag Tavern
5727 West Morris Street, Indianapolis
Bartender: Tracy Shields, Avon
Kiss the Bricks Margarita
• Mango orange base
• Grand Marnier
• Don Hulio tequila
• Rim glass with house blended salt
• Garnish with sliced orange
Faith Toole is our Hendricks County foodie.
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