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Eat Like An Indy 500 Driver

Indy 500 drivers drink more than milk after a race, they’re speeding over to some of Indy’s hottest eateries. They’re chowing down on potstickers, guacamole and more. Buckle up friends, it’s time to eat like an IndyCar Driver!

Tony Kanaan Yelp indy 500 drivers favorite places

Tony Kanaan

Champion & 2013 Indy 500 winner

Tony’s Top Picks

  1. Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse: Brazilian Churrasco
  2. La Piedad: Chicken Quesadilla
  3. Jimmy John’s: Slim #4 double turkey

Charlie Kimball

Champion and Type 1 Diabetes

Charlie’s Top Picks

  1. Bluebeard: Skirt Steak
  2. Tinker Street: fried Brussels sprout salad
  3. Black Market: Welsh rarebit and the rigatoni with lamb Ragu

Scott Dixon

Four-time champion and 2008 Indy 500 winner

Scott’s Top Picks

  1. Bluebeard: Pappardelle Butchershop Bolognese
  2. La Piedad: burritos
  3. Sakura Japanese Restaurant: sushi


Josef Newgarden

26-year-old up and coming American IndyCar star

Josef’s Top Picks

  1. Tegry Bistro: Ginger Salad, pot stickers and nigiri sushi.
  2. Bluebeard: “The menu is constantly changing, but never a bad choice. The chop salad is always an awesome starter.”
  3. Bakersfield: “You can’t go wrong with the guacamole and tacos.”

Pippa Mann

British racing car driver and first British woman ever to qualify for the Indy 500

Pippa’s Top Picks

  1. Mo’s A Place for Steaks: “best steak in Indy”
  2. Bluebeard: pappardelle with butcher shop bolognese
  3. Union 50 and Ball & Biscuit: meat and cheese boards

Simon Pagenaud

Native of France and reigning Verizon IndyCar Series champion

Simon’s Top Picks

  1. Tegry Bistro: Volcano Roll
  2. Spoke and Steele: “The Pagenaud hanger steak, of course!”
  3. Bluebeard: “Their menu is always changing but their charcuterie board is a must!