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Peter George

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The Feed: Tinker Street’s Dead End And Hedge Row’s Grand Entrance

Tinker Street joins the ranks of Indy restaurant closures.

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Hola, Festiva

Chicken pozole, tacos al pastor, and short ribs demonstrate the kitchen’s range, from authenticity to innovation.

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The Feed: Festiva, The Eagle, and More

Plenty of new Mexican options, and openings from City Market to Fishers.

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The Feed: The Boil, Tinker Street, and More

This week’s dining news features the opening of The Boil, Rick’s Cafe getting national press, and continued 16th street rejuvenation.

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Tinker Street

No. 3 – Herron-Morton is no longer a fine dining food desert. Peter George’s return to the scene has brought some of the best food to the area.

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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.

The cantina area of Nada
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The Feed: Nada, Ramen Ray’s, and More

This week’s dining news includes a sneak peek at Nada’s new space at Circle Centre mall, Peter George’s next venture, and an update on Ramen Ray’s.

Lindsay Slone
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Glass Act

Tinker Street’s wine expert talks vino.

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Eat Sheet: Love Handle, Repeal, and More

A restaurateur couple returns to Indy to open a restaurant, and Repeal reveals its grand opening date.

Photo by Tony Valainis
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Back for Seconds: A Review of Tinker Street

Peter George opens a neighborhood spot for fine dining.

Chef Braedon Kellner
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Best New Restaurants 2015: Tinker Street

Tinker Street’s mere 36 main dining-room seats almost guarantee that you will share elbow space with a stranger.

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New in Town: Tinker Street

For now, being back in business—at a place that seats just 34 in its main dining room—seems to have rejuvenated George’s spirits.

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We Meet Again: Peter George, Chef-Driven Restaurant Pioneer

He will emerge from restaurant retirement to open a 72-seat vegetarian-friendly joint named Tinker Street.