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We aim to immerse you in Indianapolis’s ever-evolving food and beverage scene. We offer a daily exploration and celebration of food, drink, and life through the camera lens, of the written word, podcasts, and events. We connect passionate individuals with the stories, brands, and places that define Indianapolis as a vibrant destination for food, drink, and life.

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Edible Indy Stories & Updates

Five Indy Coffee Destinations You Can’t Miss

I set out on a mission to find the best cup of joe in Indianapolis and let me tell you the competition in Indy is stiff. Here are a few of favorites for you to check out.


Rene’s Bakery: A Beloved Indy Staple Faces an Uncertain Future, Community Rallies

Albert Trevino, owner of Rene’s Bakery in Indianapolis and known by everyone as Rene,was recently diagnosed with brain cancer, prompting an indefinite closure of the bakery.


Fair Food: 10 Must-Try Unique Treats at the Indiana State Fair

The Indiana State Fair is back on August 2nd through the 18th which means one thing: crazy, delicious food. Here are our Top 10 must-try treats to get your State Fair adventure started


Shepherd Center Celebrates 40 Years with Speakeasy Bourbon Event

The Shepherd Center of Hamilton County is gearing up for a unique event that combines Indiana hospitality with a good cause. Their annual Speakeasy is back for its third year, offering guests a chance to sample bourbons from a variety of…


Condado Tacos: A Taco Takeover of Indy

Greenwood is the newest hotspot for taco lovers, as Condado Tacos brings its vibrant energy and bold flavors to the city.


Good Food, Good People: A Celebration of 3 Classic Indy Eateries

At the risk of sounding uncultured, there has to be room in a food scene for “just dudes,” the kind of people who want no-frills and aren't bothered by the presentation of a dish or a restaurant’s atmosphere. If you ask me, three joints in Indy fit…


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