The Ghetto Food Bazar of Indianapolis has been a favorite of the community for many years.
It’s a gem of an attraction, with food vendors selling everything from deli sandwiches to homemade cheeses.
It also hosts many festivals, such as the Indianapolis Festival of Food and Drink, and many family-friendly events.
But this is the year it became a reality.
The Gurgie Food Baza of Indianapolis announced a partnership with Food Network, the nation’s most popular food network, to bring the popular food vendor to Indianapolis.
The Bazaar will open this Friday, April 17.
The new location will be at the intersection of Westgate and Northgate in the Gurgies neighborhood.
The venue will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and seating is limited.
Food vendors will sell food from all over the world.
The space will be home to a large display of the Gourmet Foods of Indiana.
There will also be a dedicated food hall with a selection of handcrafted, locally sourced foods, as well as a large selection of gourmet deli meats, prepared in-house, to go.
There is even a selection for lunch and dinner.
The restaurant will also serve drinks and other snacks.
“Our partnership with the Food Network is really an extension of our commitment to the Ghetto,” said Kathy Gertz, president of the Bazaar.
“We are thrilled to partner with them and have a restaurant where our customers can come to eat, relax and sample food.
We want our customers to feel like they are part of the family at the Baza.
We hope this collaboration will create a memorable experience for our customers.”
The Baza is open Friday, May 5, through Monday, May 10.
For more information, go to gourmetfoodbazarindianapolis.com.