Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Woody's Library Restaurant- Carmel, Indiana

Veggie Omelet:
Chicken Crepes:

"Sunday brunch Indianapolis" is a common Google search that we see and, while Woody's is in nearby Carmel, it is a great choice for brunch that should satisfy those seekers.

Mrs. WYA! took a pal there and loved that it was in an old Carnegie library that was built in 1913. They kept that theme inside with bookshelves full of books surrounding the tables. The food was really good and, if subsequent visits are as satisfying, this one could end up on our W(Y)A-ll of Fame. Mrs. WYA!'s friend enjoyed her Veggie Omelet and the cute and tasty mini potato cakes that came with it. Mrs. WYA! thought that the chicken crepe was divine. It was filled with chicken, spinach, bacon, cheese, and tomatoes with an herb cream sauce and wonderful crunchy onions on top that made for a perfect textural contrast. We look forward to visiting Woody's again to try some of their other menu items (if we can restrain from ordering the crepes again).

(As if there aren't enough options on the brunch menu, you may also order from the lunch menu.)


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3 comments:

Kobi said...

Woody's is nice, we had a time when we went there quite frequently. Nice bar downstairs too.

Seeing as this was Carmel, how about trying Marlows Diner in Westfield? Only open for breakfast and lunch (Tu-Fr 7:30-1, sat 7:30-noon).

Best sausage gravy and tea in town. Country fried steak is divine.

WYA! said...

Westfield is a place that we have been meaning to explore for a long time. Hopefully, we will get there soon.

Erin Day said...

enjoyed your review--I have been wanting to try this place.. will have to actually get around to it now!