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7 Best Indianapolis Delis

  • 808 S Meridian St, Indianapolis • Downtown
    Liz Pearce - An Indianapolis institution. This place has it all, from bagels and desserts to all of the traditional sandwiches and plated entrees. Go hungry!
    Carol Mullins - Another one of Indianapolis's iconic places. Just south of Downtown, the cafeteria dining for breakfast and lunch offers variety and convenience. Good place to gather for meetings if you're Downtown.
    Molly Pearcy - Shapiro's is a must visit for anyone traveling to the Indianapolis area. Their Ruben sandwich is great but my favorite is their chicken salad!
  • 5605 N Illinois St, Indianapolis • Butler-Tarkington
    Carol Mullins - If you like steaks, this is the place to go. They'll cut to order and the chef's know thier meats and will offer advice on the best selections for your needs.
    Jeff Mullins - My go to for steak brats and more.
    Joy Morgan - Best butcher in Butler Tarkington area.
    recommended by Amanda Smeltzer
  • 2503 N Delaware St, Indianapolis • Mapleton-Fall Creek
    Carol Mullins - Local neighborhood butcher, meat market and deli, with a great selection for the meat lover, and good bread, cheese and tapenades. The wine cellar has a good selection. If you want to linger and eat, plan on waiting.
    Jeff Mullins - Fresh bread and locally cured meats add up to a delicious, eclectic sandwiches.
  • 1015 Virginia Ave, Indianapolis • Fountain Square
    Carol Mullins - Love the unique and fresh-made sandwiches and all the local products you offer.
    Jeff Mullins - Fresh, local, and always good sandwiches.
  • 1015 Virginia Ave, Indianapolis • Fountain Square
    Carol Mullins - If you're looking for that special tapenade or jam, go to Wildwood. They also have awesome pickles and the best sandwiches in Fountain Square.
  • 4375 Georgetown Rd, Indianapolis
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  • 1845 Shelby St, Indianapolis • Garfield Park
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