Indigo, part steakhouse, part bar, part night spot, is making some noise in downtown Patchogue.

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Among the steaks offered at Indigo in Patchogue is a very tender, pan-seared filet mignon with garlic butter.

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Indigo in Patchogue offers patrons a modern and trendy menu as well as late-night dining and a lively nightlife scene.

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The dining room of Indigo in Patchogue has seating at large, bright widows as part of its modern and sleek atmosphere.

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As it gets beyond the dinner hour, Indigo In Patchogue shifts to a club atmosphere with louder music and a rope line at the door.

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Executive chef Alana Hoffmann takes a brief break in the dining room of Indigo in Patchogue.

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Lobster fries at Indigo in Patchogue come as a combo of tasty shellfish, béchamel sauce and near-crisp spuds.

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The Patchogue Back Alley Ribs at Indigo in Patchogue are a meaty appetizer of baby backs finished with barbecue sauce and topped with herbs and toasted nuts.

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Another of the steaks offered at Indigo in Patchogue is the juicy, flavor-packed hanger steak with peppercorn gravy.

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At Indigo in Patchogue, the 16-layer chocolate cake is a dependable, bakery-quality dessert.

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