Kotoyama ramen (13398 Tegler Drive, Noblesville, 317-588-1888) open on weekends, offering northerners another option for authentic ramen dishes. For those missing out on Rook’s curried ramen, try the red curry version of Kotoyama, which includes bean sprouts, scallions, grated char siu, shrimp, spicy sauce, lime, and flakes. of red chilli. The noodle house also serves a few ramen dishes that most Americans haven’t tasted, like the cold and refreshing Tan Tan Ramen, which comes in a spicy cold broth with cucumbers and grated char siu, and the Tsukemon. Dipping Ramen, which is served with a thick and spicy sauce and cold noodles that you dip in the extra thick broth.
Indy has a new cafe that we’re about to see all over our Instagram feeds. Public House Lounge (600 E. Ohio St.) just made its downtown debut, with the kind of jaw-dropping aesthetic that makes you want to snap a flattering shot of your latte, Moleskine, and a sleek pen. The Mile Square has some nice little cafes, and this one is destined to reach vendor popularity levels.
Beloved Bloomington Cafe The inkwell adds a second location, after the successful launch in 2017 of its original location in the city center square. Owner Tracy Gates and her business partner Oualeaye Ouedrage are opening the new location together, after partnering with the initial opening.
Danny’s Mexican Ice Cream (7730 EUS Highway 36, Avon, 317-607-8391) celebrates five delicious years in business by giving customers $ 1 balls on Wednesday. Homemade birthday cake ice cream is the only suitable choice, a smooth, creamy base mixed with huge chunks of real rainbow cake.
For the remainder of August, the Harrison Center will present “In This Sign” by Becca Ito, the Thai artist behind Indy’s Prakun Pottery. The exhibition presents Ito’s pottery as a journey through the traditions of hospitality that have shaped his work, from tableware to tea vessels. You can visit the pieces by appointment in person at the gallery, or view Harrison’s online gallery, where all exhibits will be available for purchase.
Christ Church Cathedral Strawberry festival is back! After having to cancel last year’s event for the pandemic, the ladies of the CCC triumphantly bake their shortbread again. This year, the event will begin September 2 at 9 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. or while supplies last. If you’re new to the exercise of this Indy’s tradition, here it is: get there early and don’t bother with anything other than The Works, which includes the shortcake, strawberries, ice cream, and whipped topping. Cash and card are accepted, and if you want to be the hero of your workplace, order in bulk for the entire crew starting at 8:30 am.