Market District

The “grocerant” concept of blending a restaurant and grocery experience continues to gain interest with foodies in Central Indiana. Carmel Market District is leading the way with its new in-store café, Antojitos, giving customers a farm-to-tortilla dining experience and opportunity to indulge in the exquisite flavors of Latin America.


Each Antojitos dish includes the option of savory pollo, carnitas or beef machaca, as well as the addition of refreshing cilantro lime rice, juicy Venezuelan black beans and mouthwatering guacamole. Meaning “little cravings” in Spanish, Antojitos is satiating appetites with a menu featuring all the fresh essentials, from zesty quesadillas and tamales, to classic street tacos and tostados.


South America just got a little closer to home as this quick-bite eatery will make shopping simple and convenient for customers with ready-to-eat meal offerings exclusive to Carmel Market District.


Conveniently located next to the meat and seafood section, Antojitos is available daily, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.


For more information about Antojitos, visit Carmel Market District’s Facebook page or taste one of these delectable dishes in person at 11505 N. Illinois St., Carmel.

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