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Ed Rudisell

Man standing in a kitchen and smiling.
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March Foodie: Esteban Rosas

Esteban Rosas takes the reins at Black Market.

Pukapuka Group Photo Definition of Tiki
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The Torch Bearers: Pukapuka Social Club

The definition of tiki varies depending on whom you ask. Some fans say it’s about the movement’s idiosyncratic cocktails and music, or a love of the funhouse-mirror version of Polynesian culture it portrays.

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Isle Of Tiki

Here’s to the highbrow mixology and the sentimental kitsch.

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Black Market Announces New Chef

“It’s a good nervous. I’m really confident in my food, and I’ve always loved Black Market. The ambiance, the brick. It’s a romantic space.”

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The Feed: The Inferno Room And Nesso Race To Opening Day

The former Cerulean spot gets a new tenant.

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The Origin Of Rook’s #TupacSelfie

Picture me rollin’.

Ed Rudisell opener
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Ed Rudisell Is Causing A Stir

We’ll have whatever he’s drinking.

Circle City Sweets
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February's First Bite

Bonjour, Circle City Sweets Boulangerie.

Black Market Rum Society
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December’s First Bite

News and notes from Indy’s dining and drink scene including Black Market’s Rum Society, Oceanaire advice on cooking fish, and changes to the Recess menu.

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The Feed: The Inferno Room, Livery, and More

Raising a tiki glass to The Inferno Room and welcoming Cunningham’s new venture, Livery.

Neidhammer Coffee Co.
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The Feed: Neidhammer Coffee Co., Shift Drink, and More

Neidhammer perks up East Washington Street, and Ed Rudisell joins the podcast people.

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No. 6 – Since Rook reopened in February, the fully open kitchen in the airy yet cozy new spot has been putting out some truly impressive bites.

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Black Market

No. 10 – Black Market is far more than a special-occasions spot. A chalkboard of daily creations means you can refuel after browsing nearby shops with an impromptu plate of rabbit and dumplings or kraut pierogi.

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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.

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Eat Sheet: Nada, Diavola Pizza, and More

Indy dining news this week includes a new Mexican restaurant opening downtown, Gino Pizzi’s recently launched venture, and Naisa Pan-Asian Cafe’s return.