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Martha Hoover

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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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Introducing Bar One Fourteen

David Hoover’s Bar One Fourteen gives bar fare a decadent spin.

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The Ticket: The Patachou Foundation Speakers Forum

Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez, founder & CEO of Hot Bread Kitchen, will lead a discussion at The Toby regarding economic enterprise and the social impact food businesses have on communities. The organization, established in 2007, funds on-the-job training to women of diverse backgrounds who face employment and language barriers in East Harlem. Hot Bread Kitchen sells […]

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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.

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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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The Feed: Vida, Martha Hoover, and More

Kudos for Vida and Martha Hoover’s cookware.

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Napolese Pizzeria

No. 22 – Napolese has one not-so-secret weapon that elevates this menu above the rest: Patachou, Inc.’s executive chef Tyler Herald.

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The Feed: Late Harvest Kitchen, The Patachou Foundation, and More

Indy dining news this week includes an exclusive bar menu at Late Harvest Kitchen, new Indy outposts of Smashburger and Pie Five Pizza Co., and The Patachou Foundation’s goal for 2016.

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Prized Plates: Indy’s James Beard Semifinalists

Your guide to Indy’s 2016 James Beard Awards semifinalists.

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Street Savvy: Cornell Avenue

“Broad Ripple is so much more than a late-night drinking destination. I see the Monon Trail and the development alongside as the true sign of the health of the neighborhood.”

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Eating Homegrown: An Introduction

Almost every notable restaurant in town has one thing in common these days: a reliance on Hoosier farmers.

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Eat and Run on the Monon

The best places to refuel along the Monon.

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Best New Restaurants 2015: Public Greens

The restaurant’s window-fringed dining room highlights slate-black tables, bench seating, wooden stools, and blown-up portraits of colorful dishes infused with produce from the onsite gardens.

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Public Greens: A New-School Cafeteria

Martha Hoover’s latest foray is a modern and healthy take on cafeteria-style dining where ’90s rap music plays as customers peruse a floor-to-ceiling chalkboard.

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