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Recess to close in Indy

Feb 2nd, 2017 | News, Restaurants

Greg Hardesty, one of Indianapolis’ top chefs, has said he will close Recess, his 49th Street and College Avenue restaurant, on Feb. 18. “After seven years, I’ve decided to close Recess,” he said. “We’re going to shut down on the 18th. That’ll be our last night. Get your reservations now.” He also encouraged people to … more »

Cornbread: sweet or not?

Jan 26th, 2017 | Cook, Jolene’s Blog

I got the chance to talk with celeb chef Alex Guarnaschelli last weekend at the Fantastic Food Fest in Indianapolis, and among the topics our conversation touched on was cornbread, specifically whether her recipe includes sugar. Short answer: It does. Which makes sense, as she’s from New York. Apparently, it’s a northern thing to add … more »

Fantastic Food Fest brings celeb chefs and more to Indy

Jan 16th, 2017 | Events, News

Celeb chef Alex Guarneschelli headlines this weekend’s Fantastic Food Fest at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. The food expo will feature demos by Guarneschelli, an Iron Chef, a regular judge on Chopped and executive chef at Butter in New York City. (I’ll have an interview with Guarneschelli on Eat Drink Indy Radio this Satuday; be sure … more »

Patachou empire to grow in 2017

Nov 30th, 2016 | Jolene’s Blog, News, Restaurants

We’ve heard a lot lately about the number of new Indianapolis restaurants that have opened in the past few months. (Twenty? Really?) Well, look for plenty more in 2017. And count on at least five new spots in restaurateur Martha Hoover’s growing Patachou empire. She’s already announced Crispy Bird, the fried chicken restaurant that will … more »

Crux dinner tour to hit Indy; tix available

Sep 10th, 2016 | Jolene’s Blog, News, Restaurants

  I just found out that a handful of tickets have become available for the upcoming Crux dinner Tuesday at Milktooth, with chefs Jonathan Brooks and Brandon Baltzley, and you should probably grab them.   I’m serious. I know there’s going to be a lot of great food being made that night in Indy, what … more »

Louie’s Wine Dive to open in Broad Ripple

Aug 9th, 2016 | News, Restaurants

The long-empty building at the corner of College and Broad Ripple avenues will finally have a new restaurant tenant. Louie’s Wine Dive should open there by the end of September. It will be the eighth location of the Kansas City, Mo.-based chain; the Mass Ave location opened in 2015.   The prime spot at 701 Broad Ripple … more »

Chef’s Academy in Indianapolis no longer enrolling students

Jul 26th, 2016 | News, Restaurants

After 10 years of training aspiring chefs, The Chef’s Academy in Indianapolis is no longer accepting students. Harrison College announced recently that it is no longer enrolling students in the culinary arts and pastry arts programs at The Chef’s Academy. Current students, however, will be able to finish their programs. According to the announcement, “Harrison … more »

Winning sweet corn chowder recipe

Jun 24th, 2016 | Cook

Eileen Beyer’s Indiana Corn Chowder recipe took top honors at the Marion County Fair. I judged the contest — and sampled the chowder — so I can attest to its tastiness. It’s definitely a rich soup, but so good! –Jolene Ketzenberger First place  Eileen Beyer Indiana Corn Chowder Serves 8 1 pound bacon 1/2 cup … more »

Taste of Broad Ripple festival planned for 2017

Jun 8th, 2016 | News

EatDrinkIndy is happy to be involved in this event. Check out info on next year’s Taste of Broad Ripple. –Jolene Ketzenberger   One of Indianapolis’ most vibrant and historic neighborhoods will welcome The Taste of Broad Ripple, an action-packed one-day festival with the best local food, beer and live music on the streets of Broad … more »
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