Author: Eat Drink Indy

Shrubs turn fruit and vinegar into cocktails

Last fall I discovered shrubs, the fruit and vinegar syrups that were originally a Colonial-era way to preserve fruit but which can be used to create terrific cocktails.  Shrubs, or drinking vinegars, can be mixed with sparkling water for a non-alcoholic drink or with a compatible spirit (such as bourbon) for a great cocktail. In … more »

Lunchtime shopping at Traders Point Creamery

May 8th, 2014 | Jolene’s Blog, News, Shop

So I was at Traders Point Creamery’s Loft Restaurant today to interview executive chef Brandon Canfield for this Saturday’s “Eat Drink Indiana Radio” program. After a great conversation about honest food, farm-to-fork dining and how he creates a dish with his favorite spring ingredients, I did a little shopping in the creamery’s farm store. They’ve … more »

Plow & Anchor to open soon in downtown Indy

May 6th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

By Jolene Ketzenberger Restaurateurs Craig Baker and Derek Means of The Local Eatery & Pub in Westfield haven’t been getting much sleep lately. With their new restaurant, Plow & Anchor, set to open May 12 at 43 E. Ninth Street, their Bent Rail Brewery still in the works and with their participation in Friday’s Rev … more »

Coalition Pizza to open in Carmel

May 6th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

A new quick-service pizza place will open May 12 in Carmel at 365 W. 116th St. Coalition Pizza will offer artisan-style pizzas with housemade crusts and sauce that are cooked in a high-temperature, open-flame oven. The high heat means that pizzas will be done in 3 to 4 minutes, say owners Scott Nahmias, Steve Nahmias … more »

Restaurant news on WISH-TV’s Indy Style

May 5th, 2014 | Jolene’s Blog, News

I’ll be on WISH-TV’s Indy Style Tuesday morning with plenty of restaurant info. A new pizza place in Carmel, frozen treats in Broad Ripple and a restaurant with a raw bar — and a super-hot plancha grill station — that’s opening soon downtown. You can also get an update on Rev, the new food event … more »

Nicey Treat opens shop in Broad Ripple

May 4th, 2014 | Jolene’s Blog, News

You don’t have to wait for the farmers’ market for your favorite frozen treat any more. Nicey Treat opened this past weekend in its brick-and-mortar location at 916 Westfield Blvd. You’ve seen Nicey Treat’s Jeff Patrick out and about for the past couple seasons with his bicycle cart selling his all-natural frozen treats. But now … more »

Black Market fermentation workshop and dinner promises pickles, sauerkraut and more

Apr 29th, 2014 | Cook, Events, News, Restaurants

By Jolene Ketzenberger Soured ramps? Chocolate sauerkraut cake? The menu at Wednesday’s special dinner at Black Market may sound challenging, but for fermentation fans attending the meal and a pre-dinner workshop with food preservation expert Michaela Hayes, it’s a sweet deal. Hayes, founder of Brooklyn-based Crock & Jar,  is in town at the request of Black … more »
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