Santorini Greek Kitchen

Boisterous, jovial, family restaurant. Traditional Greek favorites appear, as well as some fun creative dishes (saganaki shrimp was yummy). Located near Fountain Square, you can work off your baklava by going duckpin bowling or swing dancing afterwards.

The Parthenon

Good Greek food in the heart of Broad Ripple. Not only do their (vegetarian) dolmades and pasticchio rank highly, they have belly dancers for your entertainment. As if the saganaki (flaming cheese) wasn’t entertaining enough…

Aesop’s Tables

Bright, cafe‐like atmosphere. The food is fairly good, though the staff can seem a bit stand‐offish. Outdoor dining is fun in warm weather, especially if you’re on a debatable first date.