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Cafe Patachou

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The Feed: James Beard Nominees, Half Liter, And More

This is the fifth Beard Foundation nod for Abbi Merriss (four for Best Chef, and one for Best Restaurant).

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Cafe Patachou Turns 30

Here’s a (cinnamon) toast to its cultural impact.

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Swoon List: The Inferno Room, Tony’s Of Indianapolis, And More

Café Patachou is reminding us to hold onto summer as long as we can.

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Quick Q&A With Martha Hoover

“When I started, it never occurred to me that it might not work. I guess I’ve never been a Plan B person.”

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The Feed: Milktooth After Hours and Other Tidbits

Milktooth bartender Amy Sawyer presents a bi-monthly evening party called Night Sister.

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Martha Hoover One Of Fortune's "Most Innovative"

Fortune named Martha Hoover, restaurateur and founder of the Patachou, Inc. empire, to their 2017 list of Most Innovative Women in Food and Drink. The visionary behind an ever-growing number of Indianapolis-area restaurants and the Patachou Foundation is acknowledged for her commitment to social change through food. The magazine noted her mission to provide employees […]

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Parisians Are Not As Excited About New Nonstop Flight As We Are

A few ways future Tourism Ambassador to France Martha Hoover could lure her people over yonder.

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Editor's Note: First Things First

Almost a decade ago, I wrote a profile of Martha Hoover—she of the Patachou empire—and interviewed an up-and-coming chef for the story, an accomplished toque who seemed genuinely annoyed and perplexed by Hoover’s success and diners’ cult-like devotion to her menus. “What’s so special?” the chef sniffed. “It’s just a bunch of omelets.” Let the […]

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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.

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Crowd Favorites: Women's March Restaurants

A dining guide for ladies who lunch—and march.

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Open Door: Vess Ruhtenberg's Living Room

Don’t miss the vintage Harmon Kardon amplifier and turntable handmade by Ruhtenberg’s father in the 1960s.

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The Feed: Crispy Bird, Sun King , and More

Crispy Bird is the word, and—locate your stretchy pants—food festival season is upon us.

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The Feed: Joella’s Hot Chicken, Penn & Palate, and More

In this week’s dining news includes more Nashville hot chicken, a farewell to Penn & Palate, and Cafe Patachou’s next move.

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Can We Come Too?

We’re tired of leaving the sad puppy-dog eyes in the window—it’s time they come with us. Here’s a list of all of the places you can bring your pets—some you might have known already and some you never thought of.

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Public Greens

No. 20 – What has been most fun about Public Greens is how Patachou, Inc.’s most conscientious, improvisational offering is always changing to follow the seasons.

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