Firehouse Subs

In Carmel On June 11 0 Comments

My wife Jenni and I were thrilled to be invited to dinner Monday night with Firehouse Subs founder, Robin Sorensen. It was a fantastic marketing event where local… Read More »



In Downtown, Mass Ave. On May 22 0 Comments

Yesterday my wife Jenni and I ate at Bakersfield at the recommendation of my cousin, Danielle. It’s a new restaurant (about a month old) located on Mass Ave…. Read More »


B’s Po Boy

In Fountain Square On May 18 0 Comments

My wife Jenni and I recently met some friends over at B’s Po Boy in historic Fountain Square, Indianapolis. B’s Po Boy is considered to be Indy’s only… Read More »


The Libertine Liquor Bar

In Downtown On April 27 0 Comments

I had heard many great things about The Libertine Liquor Bar before Jenni and I had a chance to go. Well, we finally went, and all the things… Read More »


Chef Joseph’s at the Connoisseur Room

In Downtown On April 22 0 Comments

I lived in New York City for three years, and when I moved back to Indiana I can’t believe I was actually worried about the quality of restaurants… Read More »


Red Lion Grog House

In Fountain Square On February 12 0 Comments

Welcome to the Red Lion Grog House! Established in October 2009, The Red Lion Grog House is located in Indiana’s first historic commercial district, Fountain Square, in the… Read More »


Naked Tchopstix

In Broad Ripple On January 31 0 Comments

I’ve eaten at Naked Tchopstix before, but this is the first time I have ever had their sushi. In retrospect, I’m kicking myself for ever ordering anything else…. Read More »


Amazing Potato Chip Company

In Downtown On January 29 0 Comments

Meet Larry, owner of the Amazing Potato Chip Company. Located in the City Market in downtown, Indianapolis, the Amazing Potato Chip company makes… well… AMAZING potato chips! They… Read More »


Saffron Cafe

In Downtown On January 25 0 Comments

Cheers! Hear hear! Hurrah! Tonight, my wife Jenni and I found a new gem of a restaurant in downtown Indianapolis. It’s called the Saffron Cafe, and it is… Read More »


End of the Line Public House

In Fountain Square On January 23 0 Comments

A little bit of history. The Virginia Avenue corridor began to emerge as the Indianapolis South side’s commercial center in the 1860s when the Citizen’s Street Railway Company… Read More »