We stopped in to check out the food and take advantage of the "Happy Hour" specials. I might add that they have very limited options when it comes to drinks during happy hour, if you are looking for something special, look elsewhere, there is plenty of competition in the area.
We did try the smoked duck quesadilla, very good, our best choice of the night. We also had the shrimp & scallop ceviche (it is very hard to find any shrimp or scallops, mostly chopped up veggies, bad deal at any price). The ceviche was terribly bland and tasteless, do they ever taste what they serve??? Our last appetizer was the salmon bruschetta, comes on a large rectangular plate full of salad with 4 small portions of bruschetta at the corners. Good fish, boring salad, disappointing dish.
Probably the best part of the experience was the bartender, a very nice personable young man who took very good care of us.
As you can see from the other reviews, service for the most part is good, the problem is the food.
If you are looking for good food, little Italy is loaded with better restaurants, just walk down the street. The Indigo grill does not live up to the hype, it is a one time visit restaurant. The prices are high and the food average at best.