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Italian Inspired. Honest Cooking. After 25 successful years as one of the premier Italian casual dining spots in Noblesville, Michaelangelo's Italian Bistro went back to its roots with a complete re-design. Established in 1990 by the Fogelsong Family, Michaelangelo's was converted from a Clancy's Hamburgers to a casual, Italian café. For the 2016 update, Michaelangelo's Italian Bistro tapped locally renowned and Indiana based design firm Phanomen/design. Phanomen redesigned the space aesthetically. Phanomen's ultrachic aesthetic works perfectly for the long term goals for the space. The menu, like the space, underwent an overhaul from Executive Chef / Partner Alex Cunion. The beverage program will take center stage in the dining room with a focus on stellar wines, local and craft beers. A wide beverage offering will give patrons choices that pair perfectly with Cunion's menu. From the modern new design to the newly high energy and carefully curated food and beverage, the new Michaelangelo's Italian Bistro is poised to knockout both new and existing patrons.

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Phone: (317) 776-6870

Phone: (317) 776-6872

Phone: (317) 776-6060

Primary Phone: (317) 776-6872

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mastercard, all major credit cards, amex, discover, visa
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Michaelangelos Italian Bistro

Michaelangelo’s Italian Bistro

Italian Restaurants, Caterers, Pizza, Mediterranean Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Mediterranean, Caterers, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza

Wi-Fi: Free

Parking: Lot, Private

Alcohol: Full Bar

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average

Pets Allowed: No


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Nichole F.


love it!

I love this place. service is a little slow but it's only due to the food being so fresh. I love the pizza and the fried ravioli. SO GOOD! Recently moved to the area and my husband and I love it. This was a great find. plus its local so I love that too. :)



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I've been here twice now and will probably not go back for a third trip. The menu is very standard offering pretty much the same stuff you see on most Italian menus with nothing really sticking out as special or out of the ordinary. That's ok though since I love Italian including all the standards. The servers I've had were ok, nice enough but not anything to write home about. Unfortunately it was the food that let me down. I can usually forgive poor service since that will vary depending on who waits on you, but when I get unimpressive food more than once I won't typically go back. the main problem with the food is that it just doesn't have any flavor. Someone needs to tell the chef to stop being afraid of using salt when he cooks. This stuff had about as much flavor as hospital food. From the bland meatballs to the marinara and the plain-as-can-be chicken it was disappointing. Even the alfredo sauce which is usually pretty universally good at Italian places tasted like milk with parmesan cheese sprinkled in it. Most stuff there comes with salad and breadsticks. The breadsticks were once more plain and could have used some butter or garlic or something, but the one bright spot is their salad. If you've eaten at Olive Garden, their salad is similar to that. Everything else that I tried though was far inferior to Olive Garden, which I don't even consider to be particularly good.

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