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James Beard Foundation

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Four James Beard Foundation Semifinalist Nominations For Indianapolis

Indianapolis restaurants receive attention from one of the most-prestigious awards in the dining industry.

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The Feed: Smash Social, Coat Check, And Smoking Goose’s James Beard House Visit

Downtown’s new caffeinated table-tennis spot is a smash hit.

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The Feed: The Mug, The Lit Moose, and More

Irvington gets The Mug, and Ohio gets Shapiro’s.

Matt Kornmeyer, chef-owner of Scratch Truck
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The Feed: Scratch Truck, Indy’s James Beard Semifinalists, and More

Scratch Truck’s new venture, the James Beard Foundation recognizes Indy chefs and restaurateurs, and new restaurants coming to Circle Centre.

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What’s Cooking with R.J. Wall

R.J. Wall’s audacity and love for local cuisine led him to cold-call The Beard House in New York City, announcing that he would be bringing a quintet of Indiana chefs for a dinner slated for August 6.

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Editor’s Note, April 2015: Best New Restaurants

These days, it seems, a restaurant opening has become reason enough to visit parts of the city outside of our natural circles.

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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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