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A Full List of Hamilton County Restaurants Participating in Devour Indy

It’s the perfect time to discover a new restaurant or visit an old favorite, because Devour Indy Summerfest presented by Faegre Drinker returns Aug. 24 - Sept. 6, 2020. Dozens of restaurants are participating in Indy’s city-wide dining event, offering value-priced menus. No coupon or ticket is needed – simply visit the restaurant of your choice and ask for the Devour Indy menu. Right now it’s more important than ever to support and celebrate our restaurants. Support local and dine-in or carry-out! Devour Indy’s lineup includes a number of northside options, including these restaurants in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield and beyond. See the full list below, make a reservation and start planning how you’ll devour all they have to offer…

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Tenderloin 101: Your Guide to the Hoosier Classic

Here in Hamilton County, we have more than 500 miles of trails to explore by foot or bike. But we’re also home to a rather tasty trail unlike any other: the Tenderloin Trail™, a meandering path that celebrates the uniquely Hoosier sandwich. We take our tenderloins seriously here – in fact, we made our own semi-holiday called Tenderloin Tuesdays™ where foodies can feast on tenderloins at more than 50 local restaurants on Tuesdays in July Before we send you off on your dining adventure, read through our Tenderloin 101 crash course so you’re in the know on what’s between the bread…

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The Great Tenderloin Debate

If there are three things Hoosiers love, it’s basketball, beer and the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich. The latter is a hot topic this time of year, as Hamilton County’s annual Tenderloin Tuesdays™ promotion puts local restaurants in the lunch plans of those craving the sandwich…

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Changes to Farmers' Markets in Hamilton County, Indiana

Farmers’ market season will look a little different this year due to COVID-19. The farmers’ markets in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield plan to open this summer, but with health and safety protocols in place to protect vendors and the general public. These altered plans allow customers to support the local food system and local businesses, who may not have a chance to sell their products anywhere else. Most markets will focus on “essential” food vendors that offer meat, dairy, eggs and fresh produce…

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