Bar Rev to open in Greenwood; Penn & Palate and Nourish coming soon

Mar 25th, 2015 | by Eat Drink Indy | News, Restaurants

Greenwood will be getting a craft cocktail bar when Bar Rev opens at Main Street & Madison Avenue in Old Town Greenwood this weekend. Adam Hayden, who you’ll recognize from the Libertine Liquor Bar, will be running Bar Rev, which is located in the six-month-old Revery restaurant.

Bar Rev open March 26 in Revery restaurant at Main Street and Madison Avenue in Greenwood.

Bar Rev opens March 26 in Revery restaurant at Main Street and Madison Avenue in Greenwood.

“Everybody has been really enthusiastic,” said Hayden, who has also been busy wrapping up his master’s degree in philosophy. “To the credit of Mark and Danny, the chefs and owners here, they put exciting things on the menu, and guests have responded by ordering those. They’re doing great, exciting, interesting things with food, so I think they’ve already developed a trusting relationship with guests, and people are excited to see what’s next.”

And that is Hayden’s menu of classic cocktails, which, as he points out, really fits with the historic building, one that dates from the 1800s.

Local bartender Adam Hayden of Bar Rev.

Local bartender Adam Hayden of Bar Rev.

“We’re trying to create a different experience with Bar Rev,” he said. “So they know that at Bar Rev we’re sort of delivering on that modern speakeasy experience.  The building that we’re in is an 1861 building, so there’s a lot of history.”

Bar Rev opens to the public on Thursday, March 26.

Look for Penn & Palateto open in late April at 16th and Pennsylvania streets.

Look for Penn & Palate to open in late April at 16th and Pennsylvania streets.

In restaurant news, John and Kim Robertson of The Legend in Irvington are launching a new restaurant called Penn & Palate at 16th and Pennsylvania streets in the Herron-Morton Place neighborhood.

They hosted a preview dinner this week at The Legend featuring some of the new menu items, such as a scallion and corn cake appetizer, a roasted grape panzanella salad, a butternut squash sandwich with spinach and goat cheese and a salmon dish with lentils and roasted cauliflower.

Nourish will open this spring on South East Street.

Nourish will open this spring on South East Street.

And in other coming-soon news, Nourish Innovative Local Cuisine & Cocktails will be opening this spring at 931 S. East St. near General American Donut Co.

The new restaurant announced on its Facebook page that Concetta Mascari will be the chef and Amy Sawyer will be head bartender.  — Jolene Ketzenberger

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