• Easter Brunch @ Charbonos


    Do not RSVP if you are not certain you can/will attend. This is a busy day for restaurants and they need their seats for actual customers. Join me for the Easter buffet at Charbonos... it's owned by the Cunningham Group, so you know it's good. I was quoted a price of $25 to $30 per person. As far as I know, you can also order off their regular menu. Their web site is https://www.charbonos.com/ Find Yelp reviews here https://www.yelp.com/biz/charbonos-avon

  • SOLD OUT Chew on This: What Divides Us? - Humanities Discussion & Dinner @ Divvy

    SOLD OUT ++ TICKETED EVENT +++ PLEASE READ CAREFULLY +++ YOU MUST OBTAIN YOUR OWN TICKET+++ If interested, act fast. At this point only 15 tickets remain. I attended one of these dinners last year. Food was fabulous and the discussion interesting and eye-opening. Get your tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chew-on-this-what-divides-us-tickets-55705641072 Description: Sometimes it feels as if we’re coming apart at the seams. The conclusion drawn from the near-constant polling, media commentary and academic analysis of the last few years is that Americans are polarized—divided along geographic lines or by race, by generation or by socio-economic status. Historians Kevin Kruse and Julian E. Zelizer say it all goes back to 1974, when Watergate, the end of the Vietnam War and anti-busing riots were among the many crises that rocked America. Journalist Bill Bishop, working from reams of sociological and political science data, says we started to sort ourselves into camps in 1965—between June and October, to be exact. Others go back to the 1920 census, the first to show that the majority of Americans lived in cities and towns, rather than rural areas. So what’s true? Are we more divided than ever before? If so, why is that? What, exactly, divides us? We’ll dig into these and similar questions on Tuesday, April 23 during a special INseparable-themed Chew On This. Sign up for one of 6 locations around the state, where you’ll share a meal and civil yet fun in-depth conversation with other curious Hoosiers. Each table will be led by an expert facilitator, someone who brings special insight into why we do or don’t manage to get along with one another. Your ticket price includes meal and an unforgettably rich experience. Guided conversation by Rima Shahid, executive director of Women4Change Indiana (divvy | Carmel) TICKET INFORMATION Conversations will take place at different locations around Indiana. When selecting your ticket, please pay careful attention to the restaurant cuisine, your dietary preferences/restrictions (vegetarian, vegan, etc.), as well as your preferred facilitator. Your ticket will serve as your entrance to the restaurant. Your ticket price includes a meal, non-alcoholic drink, and tax and tip at one of the locations. Get your tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chew-on-this-what-divides-us-tickets-55705641072 Divvy's website at http://www.divvycarmel.com/ Yelp Reviews for Divvy https://www.yelp.com/biz/divvy-carmel

  • Burmese Asian Fusion @ Pan Mee


    A little hole in the wall spot on the south side. Hear great things about it, so you know we'll have to check it out. Their website is https://pan-mee-house.business.site/ and find Yelp reviews here https://www.yelp.com/biz/pan-mee-house-indianapolis

  • 2019 Frühlingfest Euchre Tournament

    Edelweiss Restaurant

    ++ TICKETED EVENT++ 32 spots available, $10/seat. Get ticket at indianapolisgak.com Between 1-2 Enjoy food, activities & register for tournament so Play begins promptly at 2pm. Proceeds benefit the Indianapolis German American Klub’s cultural activities. Plan on coming out to the Edelweiss Biergarten on the and 27th of April. Activities include: German Auto Show, Euchre Tournament, GAK Closet, Live Music and Dancing, and lots of family fun. 5pm raising the MAYPOLE!!!

  • 2019 Frühlingfest/Maibaumaufstellen @ Edelweiss

    Edelweiss Restaurant

    Possibly your one and only chance to see me in full traditional German garb... Sigi Frühlingfest, Just as last year, this “Spring Fest” will crescendo at 5pm with the “Maibaumaufstellen”–the raising of the May Pole. Family friendly. Food either before 5pm and after raising the May Pole. Activities include: German Auto Show, Euchre Tournament, GAK Closet, Live Music and Dancing, and lots of family fun & games. 5pm raising the MAYPOLE!!! Plan on coming out to the Edelweiss Biergarten on the 27th of April, more at indianapolisgak.com Mai="May"; Baum="tree" (or "pole" in this context); auf=a preposition, like the English " of " in this compound word; stellen="raising" So "Maibaumaufstellen"=therefore means "The raising of the May Pole", a time-honored tradition in Germany and throughout Europe dating to ancient times, celebrating spring. The May Pole raising marks the exact half way point between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice (traditionally, May 1st/2nd--"May Day"), and in bier culture of today, it marks the opening of the Biergarten for the Summer Season! Come join us for this Celebration as we hoist our 24 foot Maibaum over the biergarten.

  • New American @ Revery


    Haven't been here in ages. Nice eclectic menu including dry ice popcorn, which is delicious btw. Their website is http://www.reverygreenwood.com/ See Yelp reviews here: https://www.yelp.com/biz/revery-greenwood

  • Contributors Only - Cinqo de Mayo @ Nada

    +++ CONTRIBUTORS ONLY EVENT +++ CONTRIBUTORS ONLY EVENT +++ Celebrate Cinqo de Mayo with us at one of our favorite Mexican spots. We'll do it early... this way you have time to join your favorite Cinqo parties afterwards. Food is great, drinks are plentiful, service is generally fast and friendly... Innovative menu, a bit on the higher spectrum of pricing, but worth it.

  • Italian @ Maggiano's Little Italy

    Maggiano's Little Italy

    Celebrate National NO DIET DAY!!!! You can never go wrong with Italian... All the traditional dishes and newer innovative dishes also. And let's not forget the 'eat one here, take one home' dishes. Pair that with an elegant surrounding and adult beverages for every taste and you know why we keep coming back. Their web site is https://locations.maggianos.com/indiana/indianapolis/3550-e.-86th-st./main-menu/ And you can find Yelp reviews here https://www.yelp.com/biz/maggianos-little-italy-indianapolis-3

  • Thai @ Sawasdee


    One of the oldest Thai spots in town... there is a reason for it and I believe it is the delicious food... Fast friendly service and reasonable prices makes for an all around great experience here. So join me for a Thai evening out. Their website is https://www.sawasdeeindy.net/ And you can find Yelp reviews here: https://www.yelp.com/biz/sawasdee-thai-cuisine-indianapolis

  • Mother-less Mother's Day @ Hedge Row

    Hedge Row


    +++ ONLY FOR THOSE UNABLE TO CELEBRATE WITH THEIR MOM'S THIS YEAR +++ FOR THOSE WHOSE MOMS HAVE PASSED OR CANNOT BE WITH THEM ON THIS DAY FOR WHATEVER REASON +++ +++ There is a $10 Deposit , which will be returned (in the same manner it was paid) after you attend the event, or you cancel with at least 48 hours notice +++ Less than 48 hours notice or no-show will forfeit their deposit+++ We will enjoy a delicious brunch and celebrate our moms and the beautiful children they have raised (aka ourselves). I have heard good things about their brunch offerings. And they do have a full bar... hint, hint...