I'm dying and my wish was to eat here but it was so bad I wish I would have died then because it was so bad I'm going to haunt the owner when I die.
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Most of our group had the meatball sandwich and enjoyed it. A few had the spaghetti and meatballs and said it was awesome. I had the Italian sausage sandwich. The peppers and onions were to the side as was the marinara. The sausage wasn’t very...More
Have heard about this place for years but never been. Food was awesome! I had veal scalapini and it was so good. Will definitely come back.
Dated, yes. Nostalgic, You Bet! Dominic will make you feel like your at his Home having Lunch or Dinner. The most natural, accommodating man in the business. Local but Super Friendly clientele. Do NOT pass this place by. Southern Italian grouper piccata like Ive never...More
Indianapolis is lucky to have so many new excellent restaurants. I try to get to as many as possible and it takes time to get back to the ones we love. Not so for Iaria's. It is so good and so reliable, we return frequently....More
Our group of 6 was referred to Iaria's by our hotel bartender. Made reservations on line and arrived to have a table waiting. Hostess was very pleasant, and our server, Rose, was outstanding. Having been raised in an Italian household, I am quite particular about...More
We had a group of six people recently on a very busy Friday night. We had made a reservation through open table and were seated about 20 minutes late...not a big deal. We ordered appetizers of Calamari, Fried Ravioli, and Garlic Bread. Each were served...More
Love the vibe in this 4th generation family restaurant. The manager came by to check on us, the waitstaff were very helpful and engaging. Our party of seven was seated right next to the bathroom, which I'd have skipped if given the opportunity. But the...More
Loved the ambiance and history of being run by 4th generation Italian. However, the capellini was overcooked (too soft). The red sauce was ok and the meatballs were spongy. My wife got the bolonese sauce over penne and there were many small bones ground up...More
We used Open Table to reserve a table for four. While I've been to Iarias many times several years ago, it was new for my group. By 7pm, the place was hopping. The place was founded in 1913 and has been a local southside family...More