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Ted Miller

The tuna melt at Bitter Sweet
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The Feed: Bitter Sweet, Sea Salt on Mass, and More

Indy dining news this week includes an Irvington restaurant launching its dinner service, a chophouse coming to Mass Ave, and the opening of a new cafe on East Washington Street.

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Ask Me Anything: John Hill of Broad Ripple Brewpub

“Opening the brewpub was a way for me to create a little bit of England here.”

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Best New Breweries, No. 8: Outliers Brewing Company

For all of his success as the owner of Brugge Brasserie (famous for its Belgian-style ales), Ted Miller was too savvy a businessman to witness the American-style craft-beer boom here without thinking, “Why not me?” Outliers, on a once-forgotten block off of Mass Ave, is his answer.

September 2014
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Trickle-Down Economics: A Local-Brewers Family Tree

Central Indiana’s first craft-beer wave broke a couple of decades ago. Though several of those breweries didn’t survive to witness today’s larger flood of openings, their brewers—and their stuff, and their legacies—are still floating around.

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Coming Soon: The Owner's Wife

But now two of Indy’s titans of food and drink are pairing up to give suds-friendly cuisine its day: Ted Miller of Broad Ripple’s Brugge Brasserie,and award-winning chef Greg Hardesty of (deep breath now) H2O Restaurant & Sushi Bar, Elements, Room Four, and Recess.