Ezra's opened over the summer in Broad Ripple, bringing a whole foods, raw vegan revolution with it. They serve everything from pizza to soup, all of it organic and minimally processed. To call it "superfood" is the understatement of the century, and even the most "rabbit food"-opposed diner can find something they like at Ezra's. During cold season, we highly recommend making regular stops to the juice bar to power up your immune system. They've got the edible cure for what ails you.
As part of the Patachou family of restaurants, Public Greens will be turning out the fresh, thoughtful fare that Martha Hoover's family of restaurants is known for. There's a twist though: All of the profits from the restaurant will go to fund their charitable Patachou Foundation, which feeds meals to food-insecure kids around the city. The self-service location has a staff farmer and sources from their micro farm just across the Monon from the restaurant. The location also has a knockout patio, which will be used for live music and seating in the warmer months. But no matter what you order on the menu or from the beer taps (yes, it has those, too), you'll be helping feed hungry central Indiana kids.