Root Awakening: Advice From Veteran Gardeners
Gardening advice from veteran green thumbs.
Po’ boy lovers, rejoice. Another Cajun restaurant is making its way to Indy. N’awlins Creole Cafe is opening a second location at Indiana Avenue and West Street., in the former Zing location. Co-owner and New Orleans native Brian Marcelin, who also runs a N’awlins Creole Cafe in Avon, says the move-in date will probably come sometime in October. “We liked the location, and the building looked like it belongs
In October, former Oceanaire Seafood Room executive chef Ryan Nelson will open his new restaurant in The Shoppes of River Crossing (Next to Old Navy). Late Harvest Kitchen, will feature New American cuisine at prices ranging from the high-teens to mid-twenties. “If I had to boil down the concept, there’s a great tradition of fine dining chefs that do food in a more casual setting,” Nelson says. “I want to make my food available to everyone, not j
Kathy Jones, executive chef of Iozzo’s Garden of Italy (946 S. Meridian St., 317-252-3243) has purchased Country Mouse City Mouse, the line of locally made sauces, spreads, and dressings that are not only vegan-friendly but also gluten- and casein-free. Her plans are to expand the brand, which already includes products such as chimichurri pesto, pineapple-mango salsa, and
In mid-August, former Salvatore’s chef John Perazzo plans to open a traditional Italian restaurant in Carmel. The menu at J. Razzo’s will include some dishes from Salvatore’s and highlights such as chicken veneto–chicken strips simmered in white wine, garlic, pistachios, artichoke hearts, and parsley.
Ice cream always hits the spot in the throes of summer. At the Broad Ripple Farmer’s Market, relief comes in the form of Lick Ice Cream, a gourmet stand started by Meredith Kong and Kelly Beerbower, two sisters with no culinary background but a knack for off-the-wall flavor combinations like Gorgonzola-Praline, Rosemary-Olive Oil, and Milk Chocolate with Honey Goat Cheese. (Traditionalists can order more mainstream f
King David Dogs (15 N. Pennsylvania St., 241-6224) will nearly triple its capacity when the hot dog hut moves half a mile away to a new M&I Plaza location in September. “This is going to get us a lot closer to a larger core group of people that won’t have to go as far for lunch,” says owner Brent Joseph, who plans to k
The Ripple Inn (929 E. Westfield Blvd., 252-2600) will be shaking things up this month. The restaurant has hired native Hoosier Joseph Davey as its new executive chef. Davey previously worked at Chicago’s Alinea, which received a three-star ranking from Michelin last November. He is currently a ful