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Five Indianapolis bartenders from Fountain Square's Thunderbird and Libertine on Mass Ave. are representing our city in the USBG Diageo World Class Competition. Get to know these talented bartenders, where they started, their thoughts on Indy's bars scene, and what they're drinking.
Indianapolis' food culture is rapidly moving toward a local and seasonal diet. We break down why it's important to be mindful of what you're eating, not only for your health, but also for your community, environment, and taste buds.
Indianapolis is still a city known for our sports, but our food and drink scenes have rapidly grown and made names for themselves. So, if you're in town for the race, you'd be doing yourself a disservice if you didn't at least check out some the best cuisine Indy has to offer.
During Negroni Week in Indianapolis (June 6-12) every time you drink a Negroni at one of the participating bars, you are giving to a charity. Find out where you should drink and just what a Negroni is (in case you don't already drink them daily).
Indy Burger Week is July 20 - 26 and it's the perfect time to checkout some of Indy's best burgers. We asked some Indianapolis tastemakers and industry insiders to share their favorite burgers around the city.
Indianapolis' food and drink scenes are already being recognized nationally in 2017.
Far from your father's cocktail bar, The Libertine provides the liquid shot in the arm that downtown south of the Circle has been sorely lacking.
David Chang recently wrote an article in GQ about the challenges of the restaurant industry. We take a look at his valid points and what they mean for Indianapolis.
The USBG Diageo World Class Competition took place Tuesday, April 26. One Indy bartender placed in the top three and is headed to nationals in D.C. in June.
Enjoy a meal prepared by Indy's best chefs and educate you and your family on the healthiest and most sustainable approaches to food.
While you have plenty of restaurants to get a taste of right now, don't forget there are many, many more on the horizon.
2016 saw Indy's food and drink put on the dining destination map