We attended Bloomington’s annual world music-and-art festival at a time when ”globalism” ain’t exactly everybody’s cup of kombucha. Here’s what we found there.
New Flame. With Stella, Neal Brown gets his groove back, quietly serving rustic Southern European food cooked by open fire. That’s hot.
The former curator of contemporary art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art—and creator of successful educational video series
The Art Assignment—explains why a pilgrimage to Columbus this fall is necessary.
With fresh seafood flown in daily and a showstopping location, Salt on Mass reels in an eager clientele—hook, line, and sinker.
A pair of veteran fine-dining chefs keep it fresh and simple at Castleton’s Turf Catering + Kitchen.
Griggsby’s Station, the latest food venture from Greenfield’s resident techie farmer Chris Baggott, salutes James Whitcomb Riley, the town’s other famous native son.
After a slow reveal, Open Society delivers on its promise of buzzworthy dining in SoBro.
Paying homage to far-off dishes with Hoosier warmth, Marrow answers the question: What in the world is John Adams up to now?
Fountain Square newcomer Pioneer cranks out food and music in stereo.
Pork hearts and beef tongue and headcheese, oh my! Love Handle ventures bravely into uncharted sandwich territory.