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Public Greens

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Swoon List 6.2.15

Including Rail Epicurean’s flat-iron steak atop crisped potatoes.

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Eat and Run on the Monon

The best places to refuel along the Monon.

Photo by Tony Valainis
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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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Swoon List 3.10.15

Including Milktooth’s liege waffle drizzled in cocoa-nib syrup.

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Swoon List 3.3.15

Featuring the go-to salad at Public Greens, plus our favorite vegan plate at Tinker Street.

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Swoon List 2.10.15

Including the shrimp and grits at Thunderbird.

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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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Swoon List 1.21.15

Including the sugar-coated vegan doughnut from Rocket 88.

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Swoon List 12.30.14

Including the luscious arancini from new Broad Ripple hotspot Public Greens.

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Eat Sheet: Sisters’ Place, Revery & More

Sisters’ Place reopens after renovations, and Revery plans to serve brunch soon.

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Eat Sheet: Public Greens, The Ville & More

Public Greens nears an opening date and a Valparaiso-based burger joint is coming to the canal.

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Ask Me Anything: Rachael Hoover Lekic

Martha Hoover’s middle child, a graduate of the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Italy, is readying the family biz’s next addition for a summer opening.

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Martha Hoover :­ The Next 5 Things on Her To Do List

See what the owner of Cafe Patachou is up to in early 2012:

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COMING SOON: Public Greens

Restaurateur Martha Hoover, overlord of the Cafe Patachou empire that currently boasts locations everywhere from Clay Terrace to Indianapolis International Airport, is opening yet another Broad Ripple joint to go with Petite Chou. Called Public Greens, it’s shoehorned into a smallish, older building at 902 E. 64th St., hard against the Monon Trail. True to its foot-friendly location, Greens will specialize in gussied up versions of “pedestrian” fare. “Food that is normally seen as either a guilty pleasure or as cornerstones of fast food menus will be elevated by the ingredients and preparation techniques used,” Hoover says. Look for a smoothie, juice and milkshake bar, plus burgers, salads, appetizers and desserts. Public Greens opens in March of 2012.

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