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From piquing the curiosity of the sci-fi geek within at Gen Con to relaxing with jazz under the pavilion at the Indianapolis Zoo, Alex spends his time getting to know the wild and wonderful places and people who call Indy home. He enjoys a good burger and a local IPA while writing in coffee shops, reading by the Canal, and spending time with friends and family all over the place.
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MARCH 25, 2019

Spring in Indy Brings New, Hot Spots to the Foodie Scene

As spring begins to bloom in Indy, new restaurants and bars start popping up, too. March has brought a couple new bars with flair, a doughnut shop and an eatery with a mission. Here are a few of the latest additions to Indy’s foodie scene.


Gavel Curated Cafe - 902 Virginia Ave.

GavelGavel is a cross of a coffee shop and cocktail lounge tucked away in the lobby of a marketing firm in Fountain Square. The café strives to offer a unique experience for a “coffee shop,” with specialty handcrafted coffees and cocktails. Its vibe encourages you to chill out for a while in the low-key space, slow-sipping your drink and nibbling on a snack.


Rebellion Doughnuts - Indianapolis City Market

Rebellion DoughnutsDelicious doughnuts that were once available only in Noblesville had moved down to the Indianapolis City Market with Rebellion Doughnut’s second location. Rebellion serves specialty doughnuts in curious flavor combinations like orange dreamsicle or espresso and Nutella. A scrumptious way to begin your day, Rebellion is sure to become a favorite at home or in the office.


Public Greens Downtown Indy – 301 E. Market St.

Public Greens Downtown
Within the new Cummins Distribution Headquarters on Market Street sits the newest Public Greens location. As a part of the Patachou family of restaurants, fresh food is the name of its game. Along with the food comes public art: the restaurant is nestled between small, gorgeous exhibits and a garden out back. Plus, your purchases help support The Patachou Foundation with a mission to feed the hungry.

 

 

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