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American Restaurant$$$
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71 City Center Dr Carmel, IN 46032
71 City Center DriveUSIndianaCarmel46032
$$$American Restaurant, Bar
American Restaurant
Today 11AM–12AM
Saturday 11AM–12AMSunday ClosedMonday 11AM–10PMTuesday 11AM–10PMWednesday 11AM–10PMThursday 11AM–10PMFriday 11AM–12AM
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Polished eatery doling out eclectic shared plates with craft beer & carafes of wine. Ages 21+ only.- Google
"Location is GREAT, Food is GREAT, Staff is GREAT and Price well not so much."
"Steak bites: small steak chunks with potatoes and gravy."
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Mike Peine
in the last week
My wife and I met 2 other couples for dinner here- looking forward to a wonderful evening before a concert at the Palladium. I will say things started off well but fell off quickly. Our server seemed to be on his game by asking what time did the concert start but because of a series of wrong dishes being brought to our table (including my entree) we had to leave before our dessert was served. It was strange that he brought our checks before dessert... I hope that the ownership of this restaurant takes note that at this price point- your customers will demand a much higher level of service than we observed and experienced. I will say the food was good and I hope that one day I can come back and enjoy the dessert I paid for but didn't get to eat.
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Response from the owner - in the last week
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Thomas Farrell
a month ago
With so many great reviews and an interesting concept, I thought Divvy would be a nice place to take my girlfriend for our anniversary dinner. So we got all gussied up, made some reservations and were set for a fun evening. Unfortunately, the night was a disaster, wrought with terrible service and inedible food. We ordered four plates and two shareable drinks. Of the four plates we ordered, one (the brussel sprouts) was decent, but the other three we couldn't choke down. One bite of each dish and my girl and I just looked at each other in dissapointment. How you screw up fried pickles, I'll never know. The two drinks we ordered were tasty, but extremely weak. I'm not one to complain at a restaurant or send back food, but in this case the food was SO bad, that I feld compelled to mention it to our server. Our server, who right off the bat didn't seem to want us there, didn't offer any alternate suggestions or even a dessert plate in restitution. She did take one plate (the cheapest, of course) off of our bill and then let us sit there for a while looking at our uneaten food, before finally bringing the check. I can honestly say, I've never dropped nearly $100 on a meal for two and left starving. So much for our special night out.
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Gina Hendricks
3 months ago
My friend and I decided to check this place out on 06/11/2016. Our hostess (I've forgotten her name cos I was a little tipsy from drinking 3 glasses of Divvy politan....she's an older blonde lady, wore was very friendly. They serve food in small portions and you can order as much as you want. The lobster taco and divvy politan were the best. I suggest going to Divvy extremely hungry, so you can eat as much as you can and you will be glad you did. Thanks guys, I love down the streets and will definitely be back.
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Andrew Stucky
3 months ago
Pretty neat little restaurant. Fun to visit Divvy with a few friends to have a better experience. I really love tapas style eating. I did find that their prices were a bit on the high side, even for the Carmel area.
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Phillip Bowlds
2 weeks ago
A favorite of my partner and mine. Cocktails, beer, wines, and non-alcoholic selections are wonderful, they have good options across the board. But skip the signature Divvy-water. Tapas selections are equally varied. From caramelized pork back, to steak bites, to empanadas, to classy takes on fried pub-fare. Recommend the corn creme brulee: a rich corn casserole with a hard caramel top. Desserts keep the trend going, with a variety of sharable bites. More unique and quality made items. Everything is done with a classy take. Most of the dishes work, and a few of them are down-right amazing. The whole experience is well priced for such a gourmet experience.
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Shane Labuzan
3 months ago
Decent food, decent drinks. Absolutely ridiculous age policy. So Divvy is over-21 only. However, it isn't a tavern. In fact, the bar is quite small compared to the other parts of the restaurant. And there is significant outdoor seating. However, they have this over-21 policy for some reason. I understand not wanting small children to ruin a nice dining atmosphere. I get it. But I think many teenagers have the capability of acting like an adult in a fine dining establishment. My two teenagers have dined at Gordon Ramsey's London restaurant in New York. Somehow, they were able to cope. But apparently, Divvy is just too much for them. But if you are a 30 year old drunk NASCAR fan in town for the Brickyard in denim shorts and a Budweiser tank-top? COME RIGHT IN. Divvy doesn't have a dress policy. So let's be honest, how much of a fine dining ambience does this place really try to have? So I have a 17 year old and a 19 year old daughter. Divvy will allow me to take my 19 year old daughter, but get this - they actually check identification to verify that she is over 18 AND THAT SHE IS ACTUALLY MY DAUGHTER. So my ex-wife, who now has a different last name than my daughter, apparently wouldn't pass muster with the Divvy Nazis and could not dine with her there. This is just ridiculous. Checking identification to verify parental relationships? AT A FREAKIN' RESTAURANT? What is this? 1940s Vichy France? No, it's a fairly standard suburban restaurant. Again, just ridiculous.
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Christopher Park
2 months ago
Shareable small plates that don't disappoint, but only available at dinner. The lunch menu is good, but it's not the same as the shareable dinner menu. It's pretty expensive for the quantity of food you get, but you're able to try a bunch of different items. Great group experience.
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Austin Woodruff
2 months ago
Location is GREAT, Food is GREAT, Staff is GREAT and Price well not so much. STILL 5 STARS from me!


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