City Market now houses Michael Gomez’s slow-cooked creations.
City Market leadership hopeful better times are ahead
The historic market’s leaders are optimistic the market can overcome its current troubles and emerge as a stronger institution. But they also acknowledge the hurdles ahead.Read More
As farmers markets have grown increasingly popular in Indianapolis, relationships among vendors, restaurants and foodies have taken root across the city.
Bedecked with playful signage and a menu handwritten on butcher paper, Say Cheese adds another option to downtown lunch dining.
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Jim Reilly, who oversaw a major renovation of the historic building, will step down from his second stint as executive director on Sept. 13 while City Market officials explore outsourcing leadership duties.
Directors of the historic building on Thursday approved a proposal to use the west wing for office space, and as the home of the Indy Winter Farmers Market.
Although slated for demolition, the City Market’s west wing is now generating interest from the Local Initiatives Support Corp. and local chapters of the American Institute of Architects, who want to move there as part of an effort to support neighborhood development.
The city’s mounting legal bills to cover lawsuits involving Indianapolis City Market are adding to the taxpayer cost of subsidizing the venue and making it tougher for the market to become self-sufficient.