Community bites Join popular TV Chef Sara Moulton at a fun-filled, day-long Simon Super Chefs Live! tour, Saturday, April 22, at Castleton Square Mall. MCed by four-time Emmy Award-winning host Bill Boggs, the event will run from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., with wine seminars, food and beverage sampling, cookbook sales, autograph and book signings, and cooking demonstrations by five Indianapolis chefs: Ryan T. Nelson from The Oceanaire Seafood Room, Steve Oakley from Oakleys Bistro, Karl Benko from Peterson’s, Regina Mehallick from R Bistro and Thom England from Ivy Tech Community College, as well as a wine seminar by Dean Wilson from Dino’s Vino. An additional fun event for kids will run from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in the food court. The event is free and open to the public. Community and business leaders, health advocates and concerned Hoosiers will toast “A Votre Santé” (to your health) to raise awareness and funds for the health education of young Hoosiers at the fifth annual An Evening with Three Chefs, April 29 at 6 p.m. at the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center. At this Parisian-themed event, three executive chefs, Steven Oakley of Oakleys Bistro, Phil Jarson of All American Picnic Co. and Armando Martinez of Armando’s Cuisine, will create a buffet of French cuisine, while The Gallo Winery and Monarch Beverage Co. will provide an array of fine wines for tasting. A limited number of tickets are available for $100 per person. To make your reservations, call Anita Ray at 317-924-0904 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.rlhec.org/donors/specialevents.htm for more information. Restaurant notes Despite an early Sunday morning fire, City Market opened for business as usual Monday, though one proprietor was not open. Philadelphia Steak and Fries was the one business affected by the fire, which was presumed to be caused by arson. The rest of the lunch counters and boutiques at one of downtown’s oldest and most beloved landmarks were open. Reinier Blok, a Dutch native and 10-year veteran of the international restaurant scene, has been named general manager of the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown’s Circle City Bar & Grille. Lovers of fine Mexican cuisine will want to put April 19 on their calendars for the official opening of Chicago-based Adobo Grill. Taking over the old Something Different space at 4939 E. 82nd St., Adobo Grill will offer diners guacamole made tableside and premium agave tequila. Visit www.adobogrill.com for more information.