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  • A Bristol employee just dropped off three (sadly unfilled) cans at the Indy office. Take a look at them in the slideshow below!
    ———————-ORIGINAL POST 4:02 P.M. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2017———————-
    Starting Oct. 2, Bristol Brewing Company will offer its Laughing Lab Scottish ale, Beehive blond ale and Compass IPA in 12-ounce aluminum cans.…
  • Six years in business, Cupcake Girls weathered the brief boom in cupcake outfits that occurred around their opening, emerging as a go-to brand. A menu at the ordering counter, complete with colorful samples under glass cloches, lists more than 30 alluring cupcakes.…
  • Some men’s orders from God are pretty demanding: Build a giant boat, sacrifice your son, carry critical commandments to humanity, etc. Bob Derian lucked out, by comparison.…
  • Joe Campana, owner of The Rabbit Hole, Bonny & Read and Supernova, has partnered with Supernova manager Amber Stull to purchase and expand 5-year-old Stir, now named Stir Coffee and Cocktails (2330 N. Wahsatch Ave., 418-6188). The spot, which reopened on Aug. 26, now has a patio and a full liquor license.…
  • Whiskey Baron Dance Hall & Saloon On a Tuesday night, Mark Travis’ massive North Academy honky-tonk and dance hall, Whiskey Baron Dance Hall & Saloon, is trying out something new: an 18-plus night, complete with a booze-free bar on one side of a sunken dance floor. The food menu’s a three-sided table topper, mostly small bites and snacks, and there’s no real drink menu so much as cheap beer, well drinks and a few good whiskeys.…
  • It’s autumn, the pumpkin spice everything season, variously known as the time of “mandatory kvetching about pumpkin spice.” But whatever your opinion on the annual ubiquity, pumpkin pie spice does carry the most evocative scents of the changing seasons — allspice, cinnamon, clove, ginger and nutmeg. Red Gravy chef/owner Eric Brenner considers these, plus star anise, to be America’s classic autumn spices and has offered his advice for incorporating them in your cool-weather cooking.…
  • Montague’s is now owned by the Capulets — specifically, Capulets, Inc., which consists of John Paul Cerezo, Patricia Burke and Sloane and Greg Wooldridge. They took over the long-standing Springs teahouse two weeks ago.…
  • In business half a century, calling Bean Bandit “classic” may be obvious, but labeling it “dated” lands more accurate. A noisy water fountain and Christmas-light-lit fake palms plus colorful murals do their best to liven up the dreary, dim-lit dining room.…
  • Local Mike Greenberg will be opening a spot called the Grinder Sandwich Company (656 Peterson Road) come late October. “A grinder sandwich is an open-faced, toasted hot sandwich, lots of meat,” he explains.…
  • Long, low and slow W elcome to our fall Dish.…
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