mayhew Senior Member Joined: 31 Aug 2005 Posts: 202 Location: Pittsburgh Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: La Pavoni Europiccola Grinder: Baratza Maestro +
Posted Tue Sep 13, 2011, 6:44pm Subject: Indianapolis recommendations?
We are driving from St. Louis (Kaldi's) to Pittsburgh (Aldo, Espresso A Mano, Commonplace, Voluto's, Tazza d'oro) this week. Is there anywhere in or around Indianapolis worth stopping at? Normally we drive through Louisville (Quills, Sunergo's) but there's a bridge out. But I'd really like to get something on the drive.
javacat1 Senior Member Joined: 24 Nov 2011 Posts: 7 Location: Fishers, IN Expertise: Just starting
Posted Thu Dec 1, 2011, 2:22pm Subject: Re: Indianapolis recommendations?
Not too much to speak of around here - that's why I roast and pull my shots at home! B-Ripple Ave Hubbard and Cravens is decent, although definitely not a true third-wave shop. On the west side (65 & Lafayette road), B-java is a worthy mention. If I were you I would take a bit of a detour and head up to the windy city - it's only a few hours out of the way.
Oops... sorry, didn't see you were passing through 2 months ago! Oh well if you come through again maybe this will help.
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