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Peter George to open new restaurant in Indianapolis

Mar 9th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

By Jolene Ketzenberger Former Indianapolis restaurateur Peter George, who closed his fine-dining restaurants more than 10 years ago, will re-enter the business when he opens a small restaurant on East 16th Street this summer. To be called Tinker Street, after 16th Street’s original name, the 36-seat restaurant will be located in the midst of the … more »

Raw food cafe to open soon in Broad Ripple

Mar 8th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

By Chris Bavender The mission of Ezra’s Enlightened Café is simple – to provide a place that is a beacon of health. The raw food cafe, set to open in late spring in Broad Ripple, will be gluten and dairy free and will use ingredients with no GMO’s, preservatives, chemicals, sugar or animal products (except … more »

More and weirder craft beer is part of the fun

Mar 8th, 2014 | Craft beer, News

By Will Carroll Go ahead. Try and count all the breweries in Indiana. There’s a bunch — so many  that even the most ardent and ambitious beer drinkers around probably haven’t tried half of them. You could plant yourself at Twenty Tap, Tomlinson or another local bar that serves local beer and even on rotation, … more »

The mac and cheese recipe I’ve been looking for

Mar 7th, 2014 | Cook, News

If you follow me on Facebook, you know I’ve been trying macaroni and cheese recipes lately. I’ve spent several of our recent snowstorms making batch after batch of mac and cheese, in hopes of finding the perfect recipe. Now of course Martha Stewart already has what she calls Perfect Macaroni and Cheese, and the recipe … more »

Q & A with chef Steven Oakley

Mar 4th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

Steven Oakley, chef/owner at Oakleys Bistro, debuted a new small-plates menu recently, one that features more than 20 items that range in price from $2 to $8. In addition to the regular menu, the new small-plates menu is available in the dining room Tuesday through Thursday and all week at the bar or in the … more »

A busy week: Hoosier Momma, Mardi Gras and Northside Nights

Mar 3rd, 2014 | News

Lots going on this week…Erin Edds and Hoosier Momma have kicked off an Indigogo crowd-funding campaign to raise money to revamp Hoosier Momma’s e-commerce offerings and create a fulfillment center that employs persons with disabilities.  As part of International Womens Day, Indiegogo will contribute $1 for every $25 raised on all of its #WomensDay campaigns, including Hoosier Momma’s. You can … more »

Video preview of new small-plates menu at Oakleys

Mar 2nd, 2014 | News, Restaurants

Oakleys Bistro is launching a new small-plates menu as well as a new dining space, an eight-seat table dubbed the Kitchen Nook. I’ll have more soon on what chef/owner Steve Oakley is up to, but here’s a video sneak peek at some of the new menu items. Post by Jolene Ketzenberger.    

A little white wine advice

Feb 28th, 2014 | News, Wine & Spirits

So I’ve always claimed to be someone who just wants the red wine, please, but lately I’ve been buying and drinking white. I don’t know what’s up with that. Maybe I’m just sick of winter and pining for the porch wines of summer, but I decided I could use some suggestions — are there some whites … more »

Six-pack or keg? You decide

Feb 28th, 2014 | Craft beer, News

By Will Carroll I see you at Costco. You look, but not directly. You see it out of the corner of your eye and you think “I could get that,” but then you think about your wife or girlfriend’s reaction. You wonder whether that kegerator is really for you. It’s a big decision and one … more »

Raw means more than vegetables at farmers’ market

Feb 27th, 2014 | News, Shop

By Amanda Dorman If you’re a regular at the Indy Winters Farmers Market at the City Market, you’ve likely seen the talented husband-wife team behind Raw Gourmet Delights. Bobbi Main-Jackson and Tom Jackson are local producers of raw, vegan, gluten free and organic “delights” sold at local farmers markets as well as health food stores … more »
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