Street Savvy: Zionsville
South Village, a former retail dead zone, is now a thriving pocket of indulgences. Zionsville’s latest lures.
A to-go box of biggie-size doughnuts from A Taste of Amish (62 N. 1st St., Zionsville, 317-800-2500), including toffee-topped crunch, berry-filled, peanut butter-filled, and cinnamon-caramel doughnuts. Public Greens (900 E 64th St., 317-964-0865), with an ever-changing preparation to top toast: spinach-ramp pesto, runny egg, and togarashi, which pairs well with the spring-bean-and-vegetable soup. A […]
Christine Argillet, daughter of Salvador Dali’s publicist and confidant, is bringing her family’s exhibit to CV Art Gallery. Argillet spoke with IM about the surrealist artist’s work, the split between his public and private personas, and that ashtray attached to his pet turtle’s back.
It’s fitting that when the owners of online shop Blooms & Linen searched for a brick-and-mortar spot, they would find a home just off of Main Street in Zionsville. Fitting, because the inventory is the sartorial equivalent of a modern farmhouse, stocked with utilitarian basics adorned with delightful details, such as military vests with faux-fur collars […]