New In Town: Rise ’N Roll Bakery
Its Middlebury flagship is said to host 100 tour buses a year. Let’s hope, for the sake of southside traffic, that Greenwood’s first Central Indiana location of Rise ’n Roll Bakery doesn’t become quite such a foodie destination. The business that launched on the front porch of a young Amish couple in 2001 is famous for a soft yeast doughnut with caramel glaze and a dusting of cinnamon powder, but the pies and preservative-free breads are just like the ones Grandma made, and the Dutch Country hand-rolled butter is legendary among the home-baking crowd. (Did we mention you can order your doughnut filled with soft-serve vanilla ice cream? It’s an option. Kale smoothies are not.) Everything is made fresh at a production facility in Middlebury by a staff comprised mostly of Amish bakers and delivered to Greenwood each morning in temperature-controlled trucks. Franchise owners J.C. Price and Cory Walradth expect to open a Fishers location this fall, with plans for more development in the Indianapolis market over the next two to three years. Consider yourself—and your skinny jeans—warned.
1277 N. State Rd. 135, Greenwood, 317-300-1841