Review: Cooper & Cow

WHILE IT MAY be closing in on 100,000 residents today, in 1920, Fishers was a railroad town of just under 150 that had only...

Review: Nyla’s

Scott and Nyla Wolf bring sweet sentimentality to new steakhouse speakeasy.

Review: Theo’s Italian

One of the latest Cunningham Restaurant Group concepts, Theo's hones in on homey yet elegant Italian favorites

Family Dinner

Fine dining veterans Gabriel Sañudo and Esteban Rosas bring culinary precision and their mothers’ know-how to a standout taco shop.

Review: Up Cellar

Photos by Tony Valainis OF ALL THE spinoffs of the original Taxman Brewing Company concept—far-flung gastropubs, farm-to-table fare, Neapolitan pizza, and, as of late spring,...

Patachou Restaurants Have Gotten Edgier. Here’s How.

THE COLOR of the new Cafe Patachou in the Stutz Building is Sherwin-Williams Halcyon Green, a restful green-gray that skews dusty blue in a...

Review: Good Omen

NICHOLAS GATTONE knew he was taking a chance by putting braised rabbit casarecce on his menu at Good Omen, the Zionsville restaurant he opened...

New In Town: Chopped Cheese Boys

New York’s cult-favorite bodega sandwich turns up in an eastside convenience store.

Revisit: Patachou on Pine

Patachou on Pine brings Espresso Martinis and omelets to a Zionsville charmer

Swoon: Vintage Model

The canteens, taverns, and unpretentious eateries of Sahm’s Hospitality Group have always had the casual feel of the watering holes of a few decades ago. Now, Sahm’s newest spot has the look to go with it.