I have visited Indigo with friends a several times in the past two months. It's on the first floor of an old house with nice woodwork and an attractive bar. It's a good place for drinks and appetizers. The Sundried Tomato Crostini is good with a beer or glass of red wine and is big enough to share. It's crusty and crispy. Same with the Focaccia which is covererd with mozarella, sliced tomatoes and fresh basil. The Goat Cheese With Sun-dried Tomato And Pine Nut Salad and the Roasted Vegetable Salad are really good for lunch. The burgers are OK but nothing special. I've sampled friends' pasta dishes. they offer a lot of varieties but the ones I tried are on the bland side and onre of the dishes came with gummy pasta. My friend was so-so about the savory turkey sandwich. Service was pleasant and attentive. This place would be a nice, convenient place to meet but they need to concentrate on quality of the entrees.
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