New Tex-Mex, Indy’s latest craft brewery and other news

Aug 4th, 2014 | by Eat Drink Indy | News, Restaurants

It was another busy weekend on the Indianapolis food scene.

The Salty Cowboy has opened at 55 E. Oak St. in Zionsville.

The Salty Cowboy has opened at 55 E. Oak St. in Zionsville.

The Salty Cowboy, a Zionsville Tex-Mex place, opened last Friday at 55 E. Oak St. It’s another venture from Shari Jenkins, who also owns Noah Grant’s in Zionsville. The family-friendly restaurant also has a bar and outdoor dining.

Two Deep Brewing Company opened at 714 N. Capitol Ave.

Two Deep Brewing Company opened at 714 N. Capitol Ave.

Two Deep Brewing Company had its grand opening Saturday. No permanent sign yet on the front of the building at 714 N. Capitol Ave., but the interior looks great.

In other opening and closing news, Mo’s A Place For Steaks reopened recently at 15 E. Maryland St.

And I’m hearing that Plum’s Upper Room in Zionsville has closed. — Jolene Ketzenberger

Jolene’s Blog

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Amid the bad news of restaurant closings in Indianapolis, it’s nice to hear some good news of expansion. Duos, the popular restaurant from Becky and David Hostetter and John Garnier, which also has locations at Eskenazi Health and in the International Medical Group building at Meridian and 30th streets  — as well as a food … more »

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