This spot is a true homage to eating local, with an eclectic menu featuring influences from various ethnic cuisines. Indiana-based vendors are featured with farm-fresh produce and locally-raised meats taking center stage. The dining experience is best when plates are shared—the menu is grouped together by plate size. The bar, decorated in library chic with antique typewriters, is lively and often jam packed. Courtyard seating is best if the weather cooperates. Opt for the family dining room for more space and less noise. Regional craft beers are on tap but try out one of the adventurous cocktails, such as a house gin and tonic made with locally produced tonic made solely for the restaurant. Peruse a copy of the restaurant's namesake novel after dinner and feel just a bit closer to the city's literary icon, Kurt Vonnegut.