With chefs on the floor and a bar cart making the rounds, the noisy and somewhat chaotic atmosphere in this dining room gives us a taste of Carmy's world (Yes, chef). But dinner at Gunshow doesn't feel like an of-the-moment gimmick—it's more like a chef experimentation lab with dim sum service. The small plate menu changes weekly, and chefs present each dish to your table, giving you one chance to try it or swerve. Come hungry because it’s hard to pass up delicious and creative dishes like a cold bulgogi topped with miso ice cream and bits of a waffle cone or individual plastic bags filled with a spicy crawfish boil (bibs included). Because of the energy and unpredictability, this Glenwood Park spot is our go-to for impressing dates and out-of-towners.

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photo credit: David Crawford

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