The Feed: Endangered Species Chocolate, Dufour’s, and More

This Week’s Trends in Indy Dining
» Indy-based Endangered Species Chocolate just launched a new bar, The Eagle, made with dark chocolate, caramel, and Himalayan pink salt. The bar is currently only available on Amazon, but it will hit Kroger and other natural food stores in early February. Every purchase will support ESC’s efforts to protect at-risk species.

» Irvington family restaurant Dufour’s (5648 E. Washington St., 317-357-1696) will serve its last brunch on Sunday, January 31. The breakfast-and-lunch spot’s owner, Maria Dufour, is retiring.

» Scratch Truck recently announced that it is opening a pop-up restaurant in Irvington in Chris Baggott’s building on South Audubon Road. Check the restaurant’s Facebook for updates.

» Ramen Ray (5628 E. 71st St.) finally opened its doors. According to IM dining contributor Terry Kirts, the restaurant was so packed on Saturday that the owners ran out of broth by 1:30 p.m. and briefly closed the eatery before reopening for dinner.

» Circle Centre (49 W. Maryland St., 317-681-5615) has seen brighter days. According to the IBJ, the food court’s largest tenant, Johnny Rockets, has closed. Several other third-floor shops will close by the end of the month.