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Craft beer, poke, and food tours top what’s new on the Indy food scene

Craft beer, poke, and food tours top what’s new on the Indy food scene

Breweries, food tours, and more are set to open in Indy and who better to share the latest restaurant news than Eat Drink Indy’s Editor & Host, Jolene Ketzenberger? 

Craft beer, poke, and food tours top what’s new on the Indy food scene

Upland Brewing Company announced a new 13,000-square-foot brewery and beer hall in Fountain Square in the former Value World location. It will also house a Grey Goat Bicycle Co. hub.

Craft beer, poke, and food tours top what’s new on the Indy food scene

Field Brewing Company will be opening on Main Street in Westfield. Chef Alan Sternberg, formerly of Cerulean, will be the opening chef.

Also in Westfield, Big Woods Brewing Company plans to open at Ind. 32 and US 31.

Craft beer, poke, and food tours top what’s new on the Indy food scene

Poke Guru has opened in the Indianapolis City Market serving bowls of fresh seafood, rice and veggies — like deconstructed sushi. 

Craft beer, poke, and food tours top what’s new on the Indy food scene

Anthony’s Chophouse will be opening soon on Main Street in Carmel.

Craft beer, poke, and food tours top what’s new on the Indy food scene

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail Food Tours has added a new tour on the east end of Massachusetts Avenue. Tour-goers get to sample such items as a pork belly biscuit from Love Handle and fresh-squeezed juice from Natural Born Juicers.

Go to www.eatdrinkindy.com for more restaurant news. 
 

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