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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.