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Ed Rudisell Is Causing A Stir

We'll have whatever he's drinking.

NEW IN TOWN: The Night Porter

Licorice-stick red and jet black are the dominant hues at The Night Porter (921 Broad Ripple Ave., 317-253-5252), a new rock bar/restaurant in the former La Jolla space in Broad Ripple. It is the ideal spot for a beer-guzzling, music-loving crowd. Partner Steve Markoff had a vision to open a laid-back, music-centric place like the spots he frequented in his old Los Angeles neighborhood. As the creative director for Tour Design Creative/Live Nation, he has turned the location into a shrine to his favorite musicians. The walls are adorned with 75 framed concert posters. Beneath the bar, large black-and-white screen-printed murals (created by local artist Aaron Scamihorn) showcase the biggest rock stars from the 1950s to now.
Jess Kartawich

Meet Leviathan Bakehouse’s “Self-Titled Crossaint Queen”

Photographer Jess Kartawich keeps her baking skills in perfect focus.

The Feed: This Year’s Fair Food Bucket List

Fair food, Liter House, The HC Grill, and more cool culinary news.

Indy Chefs Share Food Crushes

Says Micah Frank of Black Market, “Becky Hostetter of Duos was a pioneer for vegetarian-based cooking in Indianapolis way before it was trendy."

Burn Notice: Spicy Cocktails

Fire 'n' Ice: The rim of this jalapeño-infused reposado tequila cocktail sparkles with chili powder and salt, and there’s a habanero reduction in the mix.

Swoon List: Union Jack Pub, Liter House, And More

Just in time for the post-holiday cleanse.

Swoon List: 5 Things We Adore Right Now

The fun-to-order Purple Raintini at Mass Ave's new sliver of a martini bar, Tini (717 N. Massachusetts Ave., 317-384-1313). The Multivitamin juice at Natural Born Juicers (222 E. Market St., 317-797-4254), frothy and flavorful goodness loaded with vitamin C, carrot, apple, and orange–the perfect remedy for the gluttonous post-holid
Eat + Drink, the new lounge next door to Taste Cafe, gets funky with small plates and cocktails.

Nice Addition: A Review of Eat + Drink

Deep leather club chairs and tufted sofas? You won’t find any of those old cocktail-lounge frills here, Grampa. What surprises is how this snug, graffiti-chic space reimagines the concept of boozy swank.