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6 IN THE CITY: Patties of Jamaica serving up patties since the 1980s

Posted: 6:57 PM, Oct 06, 2018
Updated: 2018-10-06 21:13:55-04

INDIANAPOLIS – A restaurant on Indy’s north side has been serving patties since they opened their doors in 1982.

Jerusha and Stefan Seung are co-owners of Patties of Jamaica, near 52nd Street and Allisonville Road, and say they serve about 500 patties a day.

The Seung family moved to Indianapolis from Jamaica in the 1970s and decided to bring their beef patties with them.

Stefan said he used to make patties with his dad, who he says was much faster at it than him.

Watch the video above to find out more about Patties of Jamaica.

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