Fletcher Place Indian Cuisine Flavor plans to open a second site in SoBro, taking over the old Ukiyo spot.

Isuka Hibachi Express & Sushi plans to open in the historic Piccadilly building (38 E. 16th Street.) in January.

Manufacturer of gourmet hot dogs Thin Glizzy is hosting a pop-up tomorrow, during the regular dinner service at Barbe Bleue (653 Virginia Avenue, 317-686-1580), the profits of which are donated to a colleague in need.

Gomez barbecue (2827 E. 10th Street, 317-935-9838) makes traditional South American Hallacas, which are the tasty Venezuelan version of tamales. These classic treats, wrapped in plantain leaves and tied with a knot, are only made during the holidays and are available for pickup and on Market Wagon.

On December 19, fans of Ash & Elm Cider Co. (1301 E. Washington, 317-600-3164) can celebrate a Year in Review with a 12-course cider feast based on each of the cider house’s special monthly outings starting in 2021.

Coffee roaster Some feelings closes his counter inside The Garage dining room.

Sean Richardson, who previously co-owned Fort Wayne destination restaurant The Golden, is working on the details of a new restaurant concept called Rune. It will feature an $ 80 six-course tasting menu that Richardson describes as influenced by “the seasons in Northeast Indiana and those who work tirelessly to continue to care about the methods used to grow food and raise animals. animals”. Rune will temporarily work as a Fortezza Coffee pop-up window (819, rue S. Calhoun, Fort Wayne, 260-203-4103), with the first dinner service from January 7 to 8 by reservation only.