Author: Eat Drink Indy

A blast from the past

Apr 5th, 2014 | Jolene’s Blog

Well, this should be interesting. I’m going to a small reunion of people who worked at the paper where I got my first job out of college. It was a twice-a-week paper in Attica, Ind., where I covered everything from drainage board meetings to a murder trial. I shot and developed photos too. In a … more »

Local bartenders chosen for international competition

Apr 4th, 2014 | News, Wine & Spirits

By Jolene Ketzenberger Three Indiana bartenders will be participating in an upcoming international drinks competition, an event one calls “the World Series of bartending.” Joshua Gonzales, an owner at Thunderbird, Mike Madison, bartender at Twist Lounge, and Doug Spradley, bartender/assistant manager at Crazy Horse in Bloomington, all made the list of Midwest regional finalists who … more »

Mario Batali might be too big for Little Eataly food truck to fight

Apr 3rd, 2014 | News, Restaurants

By Jolene Ketzenberger Well, this is certainly a David and Goliath story. Local food truck Little Eataly has been engaged in an ongoing legal battle with Eataly the Market. The market/shopping/restaurant establishments located in New York and Chicago, and owned in part by Mario Batali, have claimed that the Indy food truck is infringing on the … more »

New bakery opens in downtown Indy

Mar 30th, 2014 | News

Downtown Indianapolis gains a new bakery with the March 31 opening of A&M Bakery Café. Located inside the 101 West Ohio Street Building in the first floor lobby, the cafe will offer a full breakfast and lunch menu. Local accountant George Taylor, who has been selling his baked goods at the Binford, Irvington and North United Methodist … more »

Local culinary student participates in international competition

Mar 30th, 2014 | Cook, News

Congrats to local culinary student Jeremy Iacocca, who tied for fourth place out of seven competing countries  in the 2014 Escoffier Young Talent International Culinary Competition in Lille, France, last week. Required dishes for the competition included a whole, deboned, stuffed turbot and several sides. Iacocca, 19, enrolled in the Hospitality Administration program at Ivy Tech Community … more »

Indianapolis farmers’ markets

Mar 28th, 2014 | Farmers’ markets

Whether downtown on Wednesdays or in Broad Ripple, Carmel or one of many other locations on Saturdays, shopping at farmers’ markets has become the way to get better acquainted with where your food comes from. Indiana ranks among the top five states in the country in terms of growth of farmers’ markets, and Indianapolis has seen the … more »

Check out Citizen Hash food truck at Hashcapade event

Mar 28th, 2014 | Events, News

So what’s a Hashcapade? Inspired by a great restaurant dish of smoked trout hash, Portland-based writer Clark Haas was inspired to start experimenting with hash recipes. The end results was his recently released Hashcapades cookbook, but along the way he started hosting monthly Hashcapade get-togethers in restaurants, posting photos on Facebook and tweeting about the … more »
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