Southern Indiana Living

JAN-FEB 2019

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Jan/Feb 2019 • 22 Located down the street from Schmipff's, you'll recognize the Red Yeti by the appropriately placed Red Yeti statue outside the res- taurant. Serving unique food mixed with Southern staples, the Red Yeti is the place that has Louisville residents crossing the river. Their menu is widely gluten-free and also has vegetarian and vegan options. There's something for everyone: shrimp and grits, beer cheese, fried green tomato macaroni and cheese, lamb meatball sliders and more. The menu focuses on locally grown ingre- dients. A favorite seems to be the Trio of Tacos, featuring a pork belly taco, brisket taco and shrimp taco mixed with bacon apple slaw, pickled onion, lime and avocado crème fraiche. All are delicious, but I could live off the pork belly taco for the rest of my life. The venue also hosts trivia once a month, ranging from "Game of Thrones" to other pop culture topics. Red Yeti offers a Sunday brunch, they have half-priced appetizers from 3 to 5 p.m. every weekday and kids eat free with each adult entrée purchase on Tuesdays. Since opening in 2014, it has quickly become the place to have an awesome meal and enjoy some good company. 3. Red Yeti

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