On Monday, Marion County entered Phase 3 of its COVID-19 reopening plan, which among other relaxed restrictions included allowing restaurants to serve patrons indoors, up to 50% of their dining-room capacity.
Patachou restaurants sue insurer over COVID-19 claim denials
Patachou, which operates 12 restaurants in Indianapolis and Carmel, is among a growing number of local companies that have sued their insurers for claim denials related to COVID-19 business losses.Read More
Patachou cooking up burger-and-fries concept while ramping up carryout for existing eateries
Apocalypse Burger—a name that came to Patachou founder Martha Hoover during a recent Sunday night Zoom call with family—would be based in the former location of the chain’s Crispy Bird eatery.Read More
Four from Indianapolis named James Beard semifinalists
A chef, a restaurateur and two restaurants were named as semifinalists for the James Beard Awards, which are often referred to as the Oscars of the restaurant industry.Read More
Instead of trying to continue operating the Meridian-Kessler eatery, Patachou leaders say the space is needed to temporarily house the operations of the company’s fast-growing, not-for-profit foundation.
It has grown from serving 180 children at three schools in the Indianapolis Public Schools district in 2013 to serving 1,200 children at eight schools and five summer camps this year.
The restaurant in the Cummins building will boost Patachou’s roster of central Indiana restaurants to 14.
The additions to the food court will include a concept from Cafe Patachou founder Martha Hoover.
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