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Suzanne Krowiak

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Swoon: 42 Bakery

Lean in.

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The Feed: Crispy Bird Closes

Martha Hoover’s fried-chicken concept opened 13 months ago.

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The Feed: Scotty’s Closures And More

Indianapolis resident Scott Wise founded Scotty’s in 1996 and sold it to Arizona-based Due North Holdings in 2016.

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Taste Test: Mexican Pastries

Sweet Latin treats.

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December Foodie: Jake Burgess Of FoxGardin

“But at FoxGardin, guests don’t pour their own wine, water glasses are never half-full, and we have linens. We pay attention to details.”

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The Feed: Rooster’s Kitchen Expands

Restaurant expansions and relocations, plus holiday dining.

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December’s First Bite

“Show up to this strip-mall Lafayette Square spot on Thursday, and you’ll get rewarded with an unlimited sampling of dosas.”

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The Feed: Pots & Pans Pie Co. Comes Out Of The Oven

Indy’s new pie source arrives just in time for the holiday dessert-table season.

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The Feed: New Directions For Chefs Greg Hardesty And Craig Baker

Stay tuned for more details on Greg Hardesty’s mysterious new venture, Studio C.

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The Feed: King Dough Delivers An Indy Location

The Bloomington pizza restaurant is known for its wood-fired pies and gelato selection.

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The Feed: Craig Baker And Nesso Part Ways

Downtown’s recently opened Nesso makes a major staff change.

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The Feed: Big Al’s Superstore’s New Restaurant Life

Two Top Chef alums plan to transform a high-profile SoBro location into a restaurant.

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November Foodie: Lawrence Scully

“I want to do this. You speak things into existence sometimes.”

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Madea’s Pickling Brine

Madea tested, kid approved.

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Black Market Announces New Chef

“It’s a good nervous. I’m really confident in my food, and I’ve always loved Black Market. The ambiance, the brick. It’s a romantic space.”

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