Upscale mainstay Glass Chimney ending its 32-year run

Lured to America in 1967 by brothers who owned restaurants in Cincinnati and Indianapolis, Dieter Puska has spent the past 32 years--nearly half his life--as owner and chef of the elegant Glass Chimney restaurant in Carmel. So it was a bittersweet moment when he told his employees this month that he is hanging up his chef's coat and giving up his 70-hour workweeks to retire.

 

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