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Executive Chef Kathy Jones has assembled a wonderful blend of offerings from the region “at the foot of the mountains”, in Classic Italian Style, with a hint of American fusion. For information, visit http://www.iozzos.com/.
More than 50 producers travel to the heart of Indianapolis to share their locally-produced goods such as meats, eggs, cheeses, poultry, honey, syrups, plants, produce, fresh-cut flowers, baked goods and more. For further information, visit our website www.indycm.com. Every Wednesday from May 1st through October 30th.
Every Monday on the patio, enjoy 3 artful entrees for $8 before 8 p.m with Free Entertainment on the Main Stage indoors. For information, call (317) 253-4900.
Every Tuesday evening on the terrace, guests can enjoy specially priced champagnes complemented by executive chef Shawn O’Brien’s small plates. Selections include Veuve Clicquot glasses for $15, Domain Chandon glasses for $9 and Ruinart half-bottles for $55. Food offerings include a sampling of fresh oysters, white truffle deviled eggs, Point Judith calamari and dessert assortment for $6 each and spicy tuna tacos and a cheese and fruit assortment for $8 each. For reservations and information, visit 317-569-0975 or oceanprimeindy.com.
Every Tuesday at The Jazz Kitchen on the patio. New Orleans Nights includes a traditional Louisiana Shrimp Boil; featuring Sun King Beer Specials. Guitarist Bill Lancton and The Red Hot Whiskey Sippers perform New Orleans Jazz Funk. Weather permitting, will cancel due to rain. For information, visit (317) 253-4900.
Featuring Latin Cocktails, half price paella for 2, and Sangria by the pitcher. Free Live Entertainment on the patio. Rain or Shine, will move inside if weather is not cooperative. For information, call (317) 253-4900.
Chow Down Midtown showcases food from some of the city’s most eclectic eateries. Guests will be able to enjoy three-courses at more than 35 restaurants showcasing the diverse culinary experiences Midtown has to offer. Prices vary by restaurant. For a complete list of participating restaurants and menus, visit chowdownmidtown.com. Also, updates will be listed on Facebook on the Chow Down Midtown page and on Twitter under the handle @chowdownmidtown.
Bier Brewery and Sahm's Place get together once a month (the 3rd Thursday of that month) and pair five beers with five courses. Corbyn from Bier Brewery goes over each beer presented with a description of flavors, ingredients, etc. The goal of the event is create a learning experience for both beer drinkers and everyday home cooks to understand the balance of pairing beer with different types of food. $30 per person. Call 317-202-1577.
This nonprofit fundraiser, hosted by Pete and Alice Eshelman for the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, is created to defend the rights and broaden the freedoms of family farms and artisan food producers while also protecting consumer access to raw milk and nutrient-dense foods. For a VIP farm Tour & Heartland Dinner, tickets are $250 per person. For one Heartland Dinner, tickets are priced at $100. The price for children 3-10 is $50 and for children under 3 it is free. At 3:00 pm enjoy the full VIP farm tour to learn the true workings of a fine Midwestern farm. At 5:00 pm enjoy a delectable dinner featuring Wagyu Beef Barbecue from the Heartland and listen in on some keynote speakers on Taking Back Our Food System. Special guests include Pete Kennedy, president of the Farm to Fork fund board, Sally Fallon Morell, author of Nourishing Traditions, along with other notable speakers. For tickets and more information, visit www.farmtoconsumer.org/events or call (703) 208-FARM(3276).
Open since 1933, Elbow Room will celebrate their 80th birthday party with food specials, a jazz band, a custom-made Flat 12 brew, and Templeton Rye libations. Elbow Room will also offer giveaways on Facebook and at the pub all week long forgift certificates. For information visit elbowroompub.com.
The Smoking Goose will be holding a nose-to-tail whole hog butchering class. During the pre-class reception and break time, we'll be serving up a hearty spread of meat treats & sides to accompany a bourbon tasting and new cocktail menu from Public House Bourbon. The class is $150 per person. For more information, visit smokinggoose.com or call 638-6328.
The 2nd Annual Taste of Indianapolis On The Canal blends the city’s most unique restaurants with an exhibition of the city’s best live local music, with events and activities for the entire family. Last year’s Taste of Indianapolis hosted local restaurants with food selections of Asian, soul, Greek, cajun, mediterranean, hispanic, and American. $5 per person. For information, visit www.tasteofindy.org.
Every second Tuesday of the month, Donatello's welcomes dogs (and owners) to the patio, with $5 Bloody Marys, appetizer specials, and chicken and rice for dogs! For information and reservations, call 317-564-4790
Celebrity Chef Tour dinner where guests will meet some of Indiana's top culinary talents, enjoy a fantastic dinner, wine, and beer. Participating chefs include Drew Sayes (The Townsend Hotel, Michigan), Tom Sheridan (LaSalle Grill), and Host Chef Aaron Butts. Call 260-672-1715 for pricing, reservations, and information. The Celebrity Chef Tour, affiliated with the James Beard Foundation, travels to cities around the country bringing once-in-a-lifetime dinners to venues in Hawaii, Seattle, New York City, Chicago, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, San Diego, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles, just to name a few. For information, visit http://www.celebritycheftour.com/.
Food prepared by chef and owner, David Allee. Tickets are $50, which includes tax and gratuity and can be purchased online at thejazzkitchen.com or by phone at 317-253-4900.
Indiana chefs, growers, and producers offer tastings of local food & drink, educational discussion panels, cooking demonstrations, urban gardening exhibits, local expert Q&A sessions, wine tastings, beer and food pairing, and much more. For tickets and information, visit http://digindiana.org.
Produced by the Illinois Restaurant Association, title sponsor BonAppétit magazine and presenting sponsor Southern Wine & Spirits of Illinois, Chicago Gourmet is one of the nation's most anticipated culinary events. This interactive, two-day epicurean affair showcases more than 150 of Chicago's finest restaurants and chefs, as well as hundreds of renowned vintners, spirit makers and premium breweries from around the world. It also features dozens of live cooking demonstrations, gourmet tastings, wine seminars, and book signings by internationally renowned chefs, master sommeliers and winemakers. $159 per person, per day, or $265 per person for a Weekend Pass. For tickets and information, call (312) 787-4000 ext. 140.
Paella prepared by chef and owner, David Allee. Tickets are $50, which includes tax and gratuity and can be purchased online at thejazzkitchen.com or by phone at 317-253-4900.
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