From healthy to hearty, here’s a look at Devour Indy Winterfest

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — Lunch and dinner go on sale for the popular winter installment of Devour Indy Jan. 22.

Dozens of competitors join together, united in the event which includes everything from tried and true traditional restaurants to chains, and of course local favorites.

Every year, new places are added along with new menu items, which typically offer three or more courses.

For the second year, Devour Indy is city-wide, so gone are the days of Devour Downtown or Northside Nights for example — it’s all one event called Devour Indy.

WTHR Sunrise featured some of the foods you can order during the event, which included fried avocado wedges from Burger Study. The upscale burger joint and full-service bar is a creation of the St. Elmo’s team, and opened downtown in Circle Centre Mall in the fall of 2017.

The five cheese grilled cheese from The Tap is great on a cold winter day, featuring melted beer cheese, smoked gouda, sharp white, Monterey jack and chipotle cheese.

The shrimp and grits from The Oceanaire is a popular menu item and is offered for both lunch and dinner during Devour Indy.

Ember Urban Eatery is offering its popular pecan ball as a dessert option on its menu, which features pecans that are candied in house.

Diners can save up to 30 percent on lunch and dinner without having to clip a coupon or sign up for any emails.

The best bet is to check out the menus online before heading out because many offer a specific menu; some don’t allow substitutions; and others are offered at prices for couples.

A growing number of places are putting vegan and vegetarian options on the menu and specify them on their online menu.

On WTHR Sunrise, the spicy fried cauliflower from Burger Study was also featured; a delicious way to be sure to get your vegetables!

The newly-created adobo-brined fried chicken from The Vanguard is also on the Devour Indy menu.

Mac and cheese is always popular, but Prime 47 adds lobster and other secret ingredients, making it a popular menu option. It’s included in the Devour Indy menu for an upcharge, but is still $10 off the normal price.

If you’re looking for variety when it comes to dessert, you’ll want the Swiss Chocolate Chalet Cake from The Tap. The three level cake includes swiss chocolate cheesecake topped, white chocolate mousse, and dark chocolate cake.

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