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.
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.
Crowd Favorites: Women's March Restaurants
A dining guide for ladies who lunch—and march.
Swoon List: Black Market, Turf, and More
Everything roasted and warming to break your winter hibernation.
Swoon List: The Vanguard, Super Bowl Pho, Milktooth, and More
Warm up with loaded fries at Bluebeard, pancakes at Super Bowl Pho, and combat holiday sweets with a kale power salad.
Shoefly’s Craig Mariutto is November’s Foodie of the Month
Mariutto woks on with his new Asian-inspired eatery, LongBranch.
The Feed: The Mug, The Lit Moose, and More
Irvington gets The Mug, and Ohio gets Shapiro’s.
This Map Proves You Don’t Need a Car for Indy’s Top Restaurants
Our July 2016 profile on Payne illuminated his next big ideas, but we are still in awe of the Trail, so we compiled a list of some of those must-stop restaurants along the Cultural Trail.
Spread the Word on ‘Nduja
Born on the Calabrian coast of southern Italy, the spreadable salami ’nduja is made of ground dried hot peppers blended with fresh pork before curing. Where to find it in Indy.
Taste Test: Indy’s Best Pickles
These Indy pickles are kind of a big dill.
The Feed: Open Society Public House, a New Project for the Owners of Bluebeard, and More
Indy dining news this week includes Ed and Tom Battista’s upcoming project, the launch of Open Society Public House’s coffee program, and the grand opening of Primanti Bros. sandwich shop in Noblesville.
Swoon List: Rev Edition
We ate our way through two pavilions of food vendors at the Speedway’s third annual Rev event on Saturday night. We’re putting these dishes on victory podium.
No. 14 – Amid all the Midwest-is-best chest-thumping going on right now, this is still the place we want to be.
A New Leaf: Super Micro Greens Co.
The Super Micro Greens Co., a year-round micro-farm, produces vegetables and herbs out of the Stutz Building using a bioponic system that doesn’t require soil.
Virginia Avenue Is Indy’s Eat Street
Over the last few years, an enterprising group of restaurateurs and entrepreneurs seized on an opportunity to turn this strip into Indy’s hippest address for restaurants, breweries, markets, and bars.