Divvy is housed in Carmel City Center, a small-plates restaurant and bar with 90 items(!) and one of the city’s 25 Best Restaurants. Owners Kevin and Richelle Rider have given Carmel’s blossoming Arts & Design District a fun place to nosh and explore a rambling, temptingly cryptic menu of plates in a dining room that looks like Alice in Wonderland’s SoHo loft.
About his restaurant’s Best Restaurants selection, Divvy chef de cuisine Brock Jenkins says, “It’s always nice to get recognized, and it’s obviously because people have caught on to the buzz and are showing up and eating our food.”
Here’s a look at him making fried green tomatoes in the Indy Style studio: