Yolk, Indianapolis​

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It’s fitting, really, that my inaugural food post happens to be about a brunch restaurant featuring bacon waffles. I love a good brunch meal and between the choice of pancakes and waffles, I’d choose waffles almost every time. 

Today is my brother’s birthday and to treat him to a birthday meal, my family went out on the town to a restaurant called Yoke


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The restaurant —  located in the heart of Indianapolis, on the ground floor of the Salesforce Tower — sits on a corner of a busy intersection. The restaurant opens up to the city street, with windows from floor to ceiling. While sitting at the table waiting for our food, you could look out and watch the city life go by. The atmosphere was light, airy, and refeashing.

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It was really hard to choose what to order! From the Nutella Crepes, Red Velvet French Toast, and Chicken ‘n’ Waffles, there was a variety of dishes to chose from. I ended up settling with the Bacon Waffles (pictured above).  There were bacon bits actually cooked into the waffles. So delicious.

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If you’re ever around the Indy area, looking for a unique place to stop in and dine, or if you’re on a lunch break at work and looking for a good bight to eat, I’d definitely suggest Yolk.  You won’t be disappointed.


*Note: this is not a sponsored post. I dined at the restaurant on my own accord and truly enjoyed the experience and food enough to give it a space on the blog. 

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