The Dish

June 17, 2014

Cheese Whiz

Coming of Age

Local creameries go after their own wedge of the artisan-cheese market.

OUR TOP PICKS

New Old-Standard Baking Co.

Piece of Cake

Erica Caputo, proprietor of The New Old-Standard Baking Co., is bringing back what she calls the quintessential American slice of cake: a handcrafted traditional dessert worthy of the most ornate stand.

MORE ON HER CUSTOM CREATIONS

Ask Me Anything

Best Restaurants: The Indigo Duck

We are occasionally reminded—even four years after The Indigo Duck opened—that this little bistro on Franklin’s courthouse square is still flying under the radar.

MENU FAVORITES

Swoon List: Five Things We Adore Right Now

« Including this decadent salmon topped with crab meat and asparagus; a side of sweet and creamy elotes; hand-cut fries topped with tender pulled pork, ranch, and barbecue sauce; a mint julep truffle, and a juicy short-rib sandwich crowned with coleslaw.

GET THE DETAILS—AND SHARE WHAT MAKES YOU SWOON

Succotash (The Dish)

Succotash

« This August, former Colts player Gary Brackett will open an upscale soul-food restaurant called Georgia Reese’s (3454 W. 86th St.) ... Fletcher Place’s Chilly Water Brewing Co. (719 Virginia Ave.) opens this month ... and Do317 has changed its name to The Hi-Fi and moved to the Murphy Art Center in Fountain Square.

NOW, WHY CAN’T WE TAKE DOGS IN INDY RESTAURANTS?

The Guiding Bite: Foodie Events Calendar

Foodie Events Calendar

Georgia Street's Food Truck Fridays continue this week, and Prairie Plates at the Connor Homestead hosts Goose the Market and New Day Meadery.

FIND OUT WHAT ELSE IS COOKING

Edited by Taylor Ellis

Record-Breaking Indy Pride Events

Indy's Record-Breaking Pride

Organizers say 95,000 attendees came out for the Circle City IN Pride Festival.

SEE PARADE PHOTOS

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