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Aaron Butts

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The Feed: Goodbye To Papa Roux

Cincinnati’s Thunderdome Restaurant Group is bringing another one of its hits to Indy, Krueger’s Tavern.

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The Feed: Kimbal Musk's Next Door Cafe, The Gallery Pastry Shop's Cheese-A-Rama, And More

Lots of cheese. Lots of wine. Lots of James Beard snubs.

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The Feed: James Beard Nominees, The Owner's Wife, And More

The James Beard nominees are announced, as well as an opening date for The Owner’s Wife.

The Golden chef Aaron Butts
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July Foodie: Aaron Butts

Beloved former Joseph Decuis chef Aaron Butts strikes out on his own with The Golden in Fort Wayne.

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Best of Indy: Arts & Culture

After two sold-out performances at the Palladium in July, Pat McAfee swore he was punting on any future comedy evenings. Thankfully, that was a fake.

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Dig IN Brings It All Home

A recap of Dig IN 2015 at White River State Park.

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James, Joseph . . . Joseph, James

Last Thursday, the idyllic Joseph Decuis Farm in Roanoke played host to a Celebrity Chef Tour benefiting the James Beard Foundation. The tour travels the United States, replicating the once-in-a-lifetime dining experience at the historic James Beard House in Manhattan. The farm’s gorgeous spread, located six miles from the restaurant, offered the kind of perfect backdrop that made you wonder when the Saveur photo shoot would begin. In fact, before guests were seated at a sprawling white-clothed barn table decked out in vases of fresh flowers, visiting James Beard rep Jeff Black, owner of the series, hailed the Indiana venue as the third most beautiful site the series had ever visited, Number One and Number Two being Hawaii and Napa Valley. According to Pete and Alice Eshelman, the owners of Joseph Decuis (that’s pronounced day-QUEEZ, by the way) and gracious hosts for the evening, the 130 guests came from as far as Texas, Boston, and North Carolina to partake in the festivities.

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