Category - Food & Drink

If 2020 and even early here in 2021 has taught us anything, it is that we need to think outside the box to do so many things that we all once took for granted. Especially when it comes to our small business owners, finding a way to survive these…

Throughout my travels, I've enjoyed spending time in several Amish communities. One thing I can always count on is amazing baked goods! Hendricks County, Indiana, is by no means an Amish hub, so I was intrigued when I learned that Rise'n Roll Bakery…

Who doesn’t love candy? Well, maybe your dentist. But most of us have our favorites, whether it’s chocolate candy, sour candy, tart candy, old school/vintage candy or movie theater candy. They make great gifts, perfect pick-me-ups and fun afternoon…

We all know, at this point, that Hendricks County, Indiana, boasts an impressive variety of top-notch restaurants. What you may not have known is that Yelp is now integrated in our listings for that ever-growing list of dining options. So, we had our…

A new year means new beginnings and new goals. Like many others, my New Year's resolution always entails improving my health and fitness in one way or another. If you are looking to eat healthier, lose weight or gain energy, Energy Spot is a place…

As we turn to a new year on the calendar, many of us strive to improve our eating habits. I’m definitely guilty of setting New Year's resolutions that never seem to make it to Feb. 1! Whether you are a family constantly on the go or someone who…

As the Visit Hendricks County staff scoured the county scouting for items to include on this year's One-of-a-Kind Finds Holiday Gift Guide, we soon realized we might need another avenue to highlight all of the food items we discovered. We knew we…

Hendricks County Indiana Reopening Guide

Monday, November 16, 2020 12:00 PM by Josh Duke

A surge in daily new COVID cases caused Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb to switch gears and follow a new color-coded system by county to fight this ongoing pandemic. The change, which began Sunday, Nov. 15, replaces the stages that had been in effect since…

It seems like all of us grow up with big dreams of what we want to do someday. Andrea Snyder was no different. Whenever she visited her grandparents in Brown County, Indiana, working alongside them in their candy shop, she would dream of one day…