Café Patachou

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Long described as “a student union for adults,” Café Patachou is an award-winning Café. Customers can expect a world class breakfast and lunch experience that includes dishes prepared with premium ingredients from scratch and to-order, a commitment to sourcing local and often organic products, refreshingly personal yet professional service by a well-trained team, and Café environments that are vibrant and alive. Bound by these principles since opening in 1989, Café Patachou has garnered local, regional and national accolades, including having been named one of the "Top Ten Places for Breakfast in the Country" by Bon Appetit Magazine.

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Meridian Kessler

Approximate location on a geospatial gridNorth Central Indy
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An iconic neighborhood in Indianapolis, Meridian Kessler embodies a harmonious blend of historic charm and contemporary vibrancy. Nestled amidst tree-lined streets and elegant homes, Meridian-Kessler exudes an atmosphere of timeless elegance. It's a neighborhood where tradition and modernity seamlessly coexist. From the delectable Italian cuisine at Mamma Carolla's to the locally sourced fare at Café Patachou, residents and visitors alike indulge in a culinary journey that tantalizes the taste buds. The community thrives with the convenience of amenities such as the Fresh Market, providing fresh produce and gourmet ingredients. And the 54th & Monon Shops add to the neighborhood's allure, offering a diverse array of boutique shops and eateries, including the renowned Ambrosia, where patrons revel in artisanal delights. Meridian-Kessler isn't just a place to live—it's a lifestyle, where every corner exudes warmth, character, and a sense of belonging.

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