The Feed: Hollyhock Hill, Kimbal Musk, and More
This week’s trends in Indy dining.
• Mallow Run Winery (6964 W. Whiteland Rd., Bargersville, 317-422-1556) launched a winter concert series, Cabin Fever Fridays, inside its Sycamore event space. The fun begins this Friday with Blue River Band and food from Johnson’s BBQ and Brozinni Pizzeria.
One week from tonight! Join us at The Sycamore on Friday, January 6th from 7-10pm for live music from Blue River Band! The Sycamore bar will be open and beer, wine and cocktails will be available along with delicious eats from Johnson’s BBQ and Brozinni Pizzeria. 21+, $10 cover at the door. Come and chill out at The Sycamore this winter! #TheSycamoreAtMallowRun
• Sending a prayer up to the real-estate gods that Fountain Square fixture Sam’s Saloon (1640 Prospect St.) gets another lease on life. The two-story, 4,379-square-foot structure originally built as a roadhouse is up for sale. The Indianapolis Star fills in some details on the cool $1.2 million listing.
• The Indianapolis Star also reports that fried-chicken heroes Jay and Barbara Snyder have sold their 90-year-old restaurant, Hollyhock Hill (8110 N. College Ave.), to Kelly Haney, who also owns the telecommunications firm Lingotek Inc.
• According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, The Kitchen co-founder Kimbal Musk has his eye on the former Double 8 Foods store on College Avenue for a restaurant concept—in addition to his planned opening on Massachusetts Avenue.
• Garfield Park is mourning the closing of The Garfield Eatery & Coffee.