NewsArts & Culture / April 1, 2020

Chef Ian Phillips Talks About His Decision To Temporarily Close Three Carrots

Chef Ian Phillips Talks About His Decision To Temporarily Close Three CarrotsGov. Eric Holcomb extended the executive order of carry-out only for restaurants and bars Tuesday -- it is now until April 6. And while carry-out preserves some jobs and businesses, many struggle to remain open.Ian Phillips, Three Carrots, coronavirus, COVID-19, social distancing2020-04-01T00:00:00-04:00
Listen on   Listen on SoundCloud

Chef Ian Phillips Talks About His Decision To Temporarily Close Three Carrots

Three Carrots owner and chef Ian Phillips

Gov. Eric Holcomb extended the executive order of carry-out only for restaurants and bars Tuesday -- it is now until April 6. And while carry-out preserves some jobs and businesses, many struggle to remain open.

Indianapolis restaurant Three Carrots opened in 2017 in Fountain Square, after years of success as a food stand in the City Market. The restaurant quickly attracted attention for its plant-based menu. WFYI's Eric Weddle spoke with the restaurant's owner and chef Ian Phillips. about his decision to join dozens of other eateries in the city to temporarily close.

Listen to the interview at the above link.

At WFYI, our goal is to cover stories that matter to you. Our reporting is rooted in facts. It considers all perspectives and is available to everyone. We don't have paywalls, but we do need support. So if unbiased, trusted journalism is important to you, please join us. Donate now.

 

 

Related News

Visual Artist Benny Sanders Finding Balance In Isolation
Visual Artist, Community Organizer Gary Gee Staying Positive 'Monday 2 Monday'
Pandemic Puts Airport Arts Program In Holding Pattern