Restaurants

Tinker Street to open

Jan 21st, 2015 | News, Restaurants

The new restaurant from Peter George and Tom Main is expected to open Thursday at the corner of 16th and New Jersey streets. The restaurant’s name, Tinker Street, is a nod to the original name of 16th Street. (Indeed, we’ve seen several area businesses, such as the nearby Tinker Flats development, embrace the historic name.) … more »

New Year’s Eve: It’s not too late

Dec 31st, 2014 | News, Restaurants

Go ahead — give ’em a call. You just might snag that last-minute New Year’s Eve reservation for your favorite restaurant. As late as yesterday, some local restaurants were still posting on Twitter that tables were available for a New Year’s Eve dinner. If you don’t mind eating early or late, a quick search on … more »

Neal Brown to open Pizzology in Village of West Clay

Dec 19th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

Look for chef Neal Brown to open his latest Pizzology location Dec. 22 at 12819 New Market St. in Carmel’s Village of West Clay. The new restaurant will feature the same menu as Brown’s other two Pizzology locations on Hazel Dell Parkway in Carmel and on Mass Ave. in Indianapolis. The new Pizzology features a … more »

Get a sneak peek at the new Bent Rail Brewery

Dec 9th, 2014 | Craft beer, News, Restaurants

It won’t open till late January, but equipment is going in at Bent Rail, the new restaurant and brewery from Craig Baker and Derek Means. “In a couple of hours, this place is going to be full of furniture,” Baker said Tuesday morning. Look for old-school arcade games, a couple of pool tables, a family … more »

New ramen menu available at Rook

Dec 3rd, 2014 | News, Restaurants

Indy doesn’t (yet) have a ramen shop, but restaurateur Ed Rudisell and chef Carlos Salazar have got a great ramen menu going right now. You’ll find five varieties of ramen bowls on the dinner menu, including  pho (with rare beef) and tonkatsu (with pork cheeks), both $14. The tonkatsu and a coconut curry ramen with … more »

Simple Indy: Good food done well

Nov 21st, 2014 | News, Restaurants

By Kris Turner Duck confit and waffles, Brussels sprout pizza, beet-cured wild salmon — you can have all of these meals within a pedicab ride from Monument Circle. In fact you should. Go ahead; make a day of it. Take in all of the on-the-edge food Indy has to offer. When you’re done, though, check … more »

Broad Ripple’s Alley Cat Lounge expanding

Nov 11th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

So I’ve been watching the progress of this expansion of Broad Ripple’s iconic Alley Cat Lounge since summer. Its new Front Room will open next door to The Egyptian Cafe & Hooka Bar on Carollton Avenue. I haven’t stopped in at the Alley Cat in years, although I’ll definitely have to check out this new … more »
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