April 20, 2011
Chew on This: Food & Ethnic Identity

On May 10, 2011, Indiana Humanities will host its second Chew On This – a series of dinner conversations that will occur simultaneously at numerous venues. This Chew On This will take place at 10 international restaurants on Indianapolis’ 38th street corridor.  The evenings’ conversations will focus on food and ethnic identity, as well as the international rebirth that is beginning to take place in this previously declining region of the city. 

Locations include:

Abyssinia (Ethiopian)
5352 W 38th St 317.299.0608
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Havana Cafe (Cuban)
4734 Century Plaza Rd 317.536.0052
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India Palace (Indian)
4213 Lafayette Rd 317.298.0773
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Los Chilaquiles (Mexican)
3712 Lafayette Rd Ste 105 317.293.1111
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Machu Picchu (Peruvian)
5356 W 38th St 317.388.8696
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Passage to India (Indian)
4225 Lafayette Rd 317.299.2127
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Saraga International Market (Pitch-in)
3605 Commercial Dr 317.388.9999
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Sizzling Wok Hai (Vietnamese)
4351 Lafayette Rd 317.297.3441
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Szechwan Garden (Chinese)
3649 Lafayette Rd 317.328.2888
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Taquera El Maquey (Mexican)
5629 W 38th St Indianapolis, IN 46254 317.280.8650
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Space is limited so reserve your spot today! Note: You have to create or use your Yelp.com profile to register.

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Create a profile. Why? You can link to Facebook, and write reviews on restaurants and other fun businesses.

How do I sign up?
Follow these 6 easy steps to reserve your spot today!

  1. Go to www.yelp.com and click on the “Sign up” tab in the top right corner.
  2. Fill in the necessary information (only takes a few seconds!)
  3. Log in using your new password and email
  4. Paste this link into your browser: http://www.yelp.com/events/indianapolis-indiana-humanities-present-chew-on-this
  5. Choose the location you want to attend
  6. Click “RSVP” in the top right section of the page
  7. Invite your friends!
  8. Attend on May 10
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2 responses to “Chew on This: Food & Ethnic Identity”

  1. Tanya says:

    Oh wow, I guess West 38th Street is International Row! Never really thought about it. I live on that side of town, but have never been to any of those places. Wow, sounds like this will be a really good event.

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