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A four-block stretch of Virginia Avenue is home to four of the city’s most exciting eating destinations. Here’s how to create the ultimate delicious day.
F&W Best New Chef Jonathan Brooks serves eclectic global brunch at Milktooth. milktoothindy.com.
Old-school hip-hop is an energizing soundtrack for eating the Korean fried chicken buns at Rook. rookindy.com.
The secret to the superpopular sourdough at the bakery Amelia’s: a cool overnight rise. ameliasbread.com.
Italian touches, like Castelvetrano olives on sashimi, lace the dishes at Bluebeard. bluebeardindy.com.