Side Door Bagels New Location, Fountain Burrito, and More – Indianapolis Monthly

Side Door Bagels New Location, Fountain Burrito, and More - Indianapolis Monthly

If you’ve followed Josh Greeson’s glow Side door bagel– Bags and Schmears that were literally sold out the side door at Amelia, where Greeson worked – you know the shipments exploded. Eventually the company has given up its sideline and is moving to its own store on 10th Street and Dorman Street, as announced too much fanfare on social media last week. It will take a few months for the expansion to be completed.

There is a new burrito shop on the fountain square. Fountain Burrito Bar and Grill (1261 Shelby St., 317-974-9802). You can grab a burrito and margarita and go outside to play jenga (and maybe in the future bocce and cornhole in the future) at B’s former Po Boy location.

Sam Chamsine opened the counter style Italian restaurant The three moors (8220 E. 106th St., Fishers, 317-436-8739) about a month ago with an emphasis on pizza and pasta with authentic ice cream and mini cannoli.

Foundation CoffeeThe spring menu (4565 Marcy Ln., 317-932-3737) is in full swing, with a chocolate and marzipan latte that is worth stopping for. You can get it either hot or frozen, along with the grain milk latte and Meyer lemon lavender latte. The breakfast sandwich has also been upgraded and contains apple-sage-turkey sausage, chive-garlic egg, pepper jelly and allspice cheese on a scratch biscuit.

Tulip Tree Creamery (6330 Corporate Dr., 317-331-5469) will again be teaching cheese-making courses in person on May 18, 22, 28 and 8, including four mozzarella courses. These are fun BYOB courses limited to 10 participants.A hands-on learning experience on how to make cheese, plus a 10 percent discount on all butters and cheeses you buy, and the cheeses you make and take away. Masks are required when you are not eating or drinking.

Upland Brewing Co. released its Pawpaw Sour Ale over the weekend, which was made from over half a pound of the native fruit and then matured over wood, resulting in a sour beer with tropical, fruity notes. The papaya is sometimes called the Indiana banana because of its soft texture and high starch and sugar content.