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The Feed: Bonna Tavern Serves It Up

Irvington finally gets its Baggott-branded neighborhood watering hole.

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Decoding Chris Baggott

Baggott’s early years were marked by the kind of pain, frustration, and failure that would wreck anyone not equipped with his tenacious belief that better things are around the corner.

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Swoon List: King Dough, The Vanguard, And More

What do we want right after Thanksgiving? Apparently, fried chicken.

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Our Guide To Creepin’ It Real At Irvington Halloween Festival

No tricks: Our guide to Halloween, Irvington-style.

Pennsy Trail
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Hot On The Trails: Pennsy Trail

“Once the connection is made to the east, bike commuting to downtown Indianapolis from Greenfield and Cumberland will increase,” says Scott Irons, owner of Indy Cycle Specialist. “It’ll also be a boon to Irvington, as riders explore our shops, restaurants, breweries, and the beautiful neighborhood.”

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Street Savvy: Audubon Road in Irvington

One of Irvington’s original arteries makes a comeback.

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High on the Hog: A Review of The Mug in Irvington

The second incarnation of entrepreneur Chris Baggott’s farm-to-curb concept that started in Greenfield checks every box for a successful run.

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Hotel Holmes Preview

Characters in Hotel Holmes are developed with unique back stories, and they interact freely with the guests. Participants will be led through eight different rooms, starting with Victorian style hotel rooms and eventually into Holmes’ deathly lair. Each room signifies a different part of Holmes’ journey.

Irvington Historical Society
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70 Years of Scares in Irvington

A look back at the Irvington Halloween Festival’s beginnings—and the spooky fun in store this month.

Dyke Michaels Beast Food Truck
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May Foodie: Dyke Michaels of Beast Food Truck

“We hadn’t really seen a food truck that had attached itself to a neighborhood. It’s important to take Irvington with us wherever we go, and bring people back in.”

The tuna melt at Bitter Sweet
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The Feed: Bitter Sweet, Sea Salt on Mass, and More

Indy dining news this week includes an Irvington restaurant launching its dinner service, a chophouse coming to Mass Ave, and the opening of a new cafe on East Washington Street.

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Discovery: Coal Yard Coffee

“The whole thing is built around a place for people to come, meet the artists, see them at work, and hang out.”

Lon Chaney
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Seven Ways to Spend Halloween

Escape your couch (and the incessant stream of trick-or-treaters) this Halloween.

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Street Savvy: Irvington

Places to go, things to see, and food to eat in Irvington.

Bread pudding
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Bread Winner

Daniel Carter shares his recipe for his grandmother’s bread pudding.