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Dig IN

Now that I have to be rolled everywhere I go (thanks to eating my way through the State Fair) I have yet another great foodie event to attend – Dig IN!Beer and beefReturning for the sixth year, this festival is all about great Indiana chefs in one place offering dishes that include local meats and off-the-vine produce  that is (and this is the best part) grown and harvested right here in Indiana. Individual plates tomatoesThe festival will feature more than 80 dishes and drinks prepared by top chefs, food artisans, brewers and vintners from all around the state. Some food highlights will include:

  • Goose the Market and The Smoking Goose – Smoked Beef Sammy
  • Joseph Decuis – Wagyu Manga Meatball Bahn MiWagyu beef from Joseph Decuis compressed
  • Soulshine Market – Sweet Potato Shawarma
  • The Loft Restaurant at Traders Point Creamery – Composition of Tomatoes, Farmers Cheese and Indigenous Sunflowers

And let’s not forget the craft breweries and wineries among which will be:

  • Blackhawk Winery
  • Bloomington Brewing Co.
  • Hopwood Cellars
  • Simmons Winery
  • Sun King
  • Three FloydsCrowd in beer line

Now for what you need to know …

WHAT:   Dig IN, a Taste of Indiana 2015

WHEN:   Aug. 30, Noon to 5 p.m.

WHERE:  White River State Park, 801 W. Washington St., Indianapolis

TICKETS:    www.digindiana.org  and at the gate, while they last

$35 for General Admission ($45 after Aug. 23)
$60 for Early Admission at 11 a.m.
$120 for the Ultimate VIP Experience, including:
•       Parking in nearby underground garage
•       Climate-controlled luxury restrooms
•       Air-cooled tent
•       Rare and reserve beers and wines available exclusive for VIPs
•       Bistro table seating

Guy holding plateThis really is a must do event in Indy and you won’t want to miss it. For more information on Dig IN, be sure to visit their website and be sure to Visit Indy to make the most of your time in town.

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Written by : Living in Indianapolis since 2001, Carrie is no stranger to traveling throughout the state. She has worked at Conner Prairie and at the Indiana Office of Tourism. Now working for the Indiana Tourism Association and having a young daughter, Carrie has even more opportunities to take advantage of Indiana's many attractions. Carrie receives compensation from the Indiana Office of Tourism Development for blogging. For more information, see our FTC Disclosure page.