Liz Biro, Indianapolis Star

Liz Biro

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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  • Indianapolis Star
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  • USA TODAY
  • Naples Daily News

Recent articles by Liz:

Here's where to find Mardi Gras 2020 parties, king cake, gumbo and more in Indianapolis

Don't wait until Fat Tuesday to break out the beads. Get these parties in and around Indianapolis on your Mardi Gras schedule. → Read More

The best dessert bars and chocolate shops in and around Indianapolis

These sweets spots in Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Zionsville and Greenwood are perfect for Valentine's Day or any date night. → Read More

Bottleworks' first restaurant to feature former Tinker Street chef, Asian-inspired dishes

Cunningham Restaurant Group plans dumplings, wok stations and grills fired with Japanese charcoal at Modita. → Read More

MacNiven's on Mass Ave. plans a fish-and-chips stand at nearby Bottleworks food hall

The Harbour, a fish-and-chips shop from MacNiven's, one of the best sports bars in Indianapolis, will open in the Bottleworks food fall. → Read More

Former Big Al's Superstore turned into fried chicken restaurant by 'Top Chef' contestants

An old Kroger gets new life south of Broad Ripple, but the fried chicken at Root & Bone by 'Top Chef's' Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis needs work. → Read More

All calzones all the time at new Sauce on the Side restaurant in downtown Indianapolis

The Italian restaurant chain Sauce on the Side has opened its newest location across from Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Downtown Indianapolis. → Read More

Eat cheap at Indianapolis' best restaurants during 13 weeks of menu deals in 2020

Devour Indy, Savor Hamilton County and Black Restaurant Week offer discounts at restaurants from Carmel to Broad Ripple and Indianapolis' south side → Read More

Indianapolis is getting a cereal cafe, and it's opening next to a CBD dispensary

An Indianapolis CBD dispensary owner is opening Higher Life Cereal Cafe next door. It will have 100-plus cereals and Pop-Tarts ice cream sandwiches. → Read More

Kountry Kitchen Go Fund Me campaign raises thousands in 4 days. Here's how you can help.

A drive-by fundraiser is also planned at the Indianapolis soul food restaurant damaged by fire. → Read More

These charcuterie boards are works of art, and they're coming to Indianapolis

Board & You, a Kentucky company that designs and delivers beautiful charcuterie boards, is eyeing the Fishers area for its first-ever retail store. → Read More

Another restaurant has closed on the Red Line south of Broad Ripple

SoBro Cafe is the second Indianapolis restaurant to close at College Avenue and 52nd Street along the Red Line. → Read More

Fishers gets the first real Shake Shack in the Indianapolis area

Shake Shack is coming to The Yard at Fishers District. The famous burger restaurant is also opening a location at Indianapolis International Airport. → Read More

Mudbugs Cajun Cafe is closing in Carmel after 13 years in business

A new restaurant is coming, but it won't be Cajun → Read More

Patachou’s new coffee shop is a hunger-fighting nonprofit

Proceeds fund the more than 1,500 meals the Patachou Foundation serves at eight Indianapolis area schools each week. → Read More

The holiday food events in Indianapolis you don't want to miss this Christmas

From Christmas dinners to a vegan holiday market, Indianapolis rolls out delicious holiday food events. Here are the ones you need to try in 2019. → Read More

A dozen of the best Thanksgiving pies you can buy around Indianapolis

Mince pie, pumpkin pie, vegan pecan pie are all as good — or better than — homemade. Here's where to buy them if you don't want to bake. → Read More

Here's what's next for Downtown Indy restaurants. And it's not steakhouses and chains.

Hyperlocal restaurants that have earned Indianapolis national accolades hardly exist in Mile Square, but that may be changing → Read More

The World Food Championships finals are coming to Indianapolis

More than 1,500 cooks are vying to compete in the Final Table, where the ultimate champion will be awarded $100,000. → Read More

She is one of only a few women ramen masters, and she’s cooking in Indianapolis

Sarah Gavigan went deep when she decided to learn about ramen and ended up opening a restaurant in Nashville. → Read More

Acapulco Joe's closes as new owner renovates the downtown Mexican restaurant

The previous owner was brutally attacked outside the restaurant in 2018. → Read More