New Meatball Spot Finds Instant Success on Mass Ave.

Mimi Blue Meatball Logo

If you haven’t been to Mimi Blue Meatballs… I’m fairly certain you need to rethink your life’s choices. Open only a few short weeks, Mimi Blue Meatballs, or M.B.M. for the sake of brevity, is sure to become a staple among many greats (R Bistro, Black Market) on the north end of Mass Ave. Trndy Indy was lucky enough to sit down with co-owner, Michael Kosene, to get the “tea” on what has made M.B.M. an instant success, and a deliciously Trndy place to dine.

Why meatballs?

The concept is unique, and not often seen in Indiana. Inspired by Mimi Bluestein Kosene (Michael’s Grandma), delicious meatballs were always a part of the Kosene family tradition. Paired with a chic, New York themed decor, M.B.M. serves mouth watering comfort food those from all over the city can enjoy.

What did we devour?

Meatballs, duh. But really, M.B.M. boasts a “build your own” menu that allows you to customize a tasty dish to your liking. With over a year of testing recipes before even opening, M.B.M. offers a variety of traditional to adventurous meatballs and sauces that all leave you wanting to come back for more.

We ordered the following:

  • The Classic: Classic Meatballs smothered in Bolognese over Linguini
  • The Vegetarian: Veggie Meatball Slider covered in Spicy Cilantro sauce
  • Special Meatball of the Week: Korean Bourbon BBQ Pork Meatball Slider

Ok, so I know M.B.M. is a meatball joint, BUT…. the sides were tasty enough to make you want to slap your mama.

  • Mac & Queso! Mac & Queso! Mac & Queso! (I’m going back just for more of this!!!)
  • Fried Brussel Sprouts

The best part?

I could afford it! The average meal, sans alcohol, is about $12 – $15.

Between the great location, delicious food, and warm/welcoming atmosphere, Mimi Blue Meatballs is that perfect atmosphere to meet up with friends and family, and let the good times roll for hours.

 Mimi Blue Meatball Gallery

Written by: Stuart Alexander

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