Featured in a New York Times article for joining the movement to bring international cuisine to Indianapolis, Flori Schutt and her son Walter Rivera craft dishes from Cuba, Honduras, and Schutt's homeland of El Salvador. In the kitchen, cooks pile mounds of rice next to plantains and yucca, creating entrees of slow-cooked ropa vieja with shredded beef and rabo encendido. In the dining room, guests can sit down next to murals of the ocean and study a chalkboard of daily specials, such as Honduran-style soup or Cuban-style chicken served in Ernest Hemingway’s favorite hat.
A familiar sight around Cincinnati, the Basecamp1 Burgers & Fries food truck has been supplying the city with gourmet burgers and hot, steak-cut fries for years. Their popularity and enduring success has allowed the company to go brick-and-mortar, attached to Dive Bar. Now, your favorite menu items (and some newcomers) are available in a fixed location. Their burgers and fries are available until 2 a.m. on weekends.
Grecos? chefs describe their menu of breakfast and lunch items as ?Indie street food.? Aiming to provide an eclectic range of foods from all over the world, they offer street tacos, sandwiches, salads, and more. The eatery is located inside the main lobby at Longworth Hall, a historical building that once held freight and passenger locomotives. Paying homage to the rich history, Grecos showcases pictures of graffiti plastered across moving trains.