i n d i e ‘s special
Sweet Potato Shochu
$3/shot or on the rock
or with hot water
with Yuzu and Seltzer $5wines by glass
2012 TREBBIANO D ABRUZZO DOC, STELLA,
2013 SAUVIGNON BLANCE, INDABA, South Africa 4.50
2012 SAUVIGNON BLANC, TERRANOBLE,
2011 SAUVIGNON BLANC, CHARTRON
LA FLEUR, France 6
2013 SAUVIGNON BLANC, WITHER HILL,
New Zealand 6
2012 CHARDONNAY, TERRANOBLE, Chile 5
2012 CHARDONNAY, CANNONBALL,
Sonama Country 6
2013 RIESLING CLEAN SLATE, Germany 5
2012 RIESLING, DOMAINE ZIND-HUMBRECHT, Alsace, France 7
2013 PINOT GRIGIO, STELLA, Italy 5
2012 PINOT NOIR, ROOT 1, Chile 5
2012 MERLOT, INDABA, South Africa 5
2012 CABERNET SAUVIGNON, DIMAJO MORANTE, Italy 5
2011 MALBEC, DONA PAULA, Argentina 6
2012 SYRAH, HAHN, Central Coast 6
Full Bar Available.
We also accommodate complimentary corkage fee during these hours below,
11:30am - 4.00pm.
BYOB is also available after 4.00pm with a charge of $1.50 per person Monday -Thursday, and Sunday, $2.00 Friday and Saturday, NO HARD LIQUOR please
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Executive Chef Iggy Waranon and Co-Owner Gui Prasartkul came to Chicago in 1998 to study the arts of photography(Governor State University) and film making(the School of the Art Institute of Chicago). While working to pay their bills they began to feel the stirrings of entrepreneurial desire. With the help of their friend and roommate, a food critic from Japan, Iggy and Gui began to develop a menu of Thai and Japanese cuisine inspired by their passion for art. The combination of Iggy’s decades of cooking experience that she learned in her mother’s kitchen and education at Washburn Culinary School as well as Gui’s keen business acumen, birthed the creation of Indie Café in the winter of 2004.
Since those cold days, Indie Café has become an Edgewater hotspot and a true Chicago original gaining acclaim from food magazines and satisfying palates. Indie’s logo is an octopus, the many legs embodying the diverse influences and techniques brought to the cooking. The food stands as a dynamic combination of savory Thai and simple Japanese cuisines presented with artistic elegance. Boundaries are stretched to develop dishes that defy all rules while holding true to the roots of both cuisines. The approach is to amplify or subdue the spices and main ingredients of classic fare then mix influences from different cooking styles until the dishes are something completely new. Iggy and Gui hope that you will find Indie Café innovative, fun, and your new favorite neighborhood eatery.
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