5 May

New Menu Items at the ISM Farmer’s Market Cafe

We love the change of seasons here at Kahn’s Catering! Why? With summer quickly approaching it means more time spent outside, exploring downtown, experiencing incredible Indianapolis Museums and picking up the perfect lunch at one of our cafes. Especially when one of those cafes gives you glorious views of the Indianapolis skyline. Farmers Market Cafe at the Indiana State Museum is a perfect lunch spot. Here are some of our favorites! (Keep reading to read about some great events coming up at the Indiana State Museum to make your visit even better!)

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Pesto Garden Wrap – Arugula, cucumbers, yellow peppers, fennerl, carrots, heirloom tomatoes, in a honey wheat wrap


N’orleans Shrimp Po’ Boy – Crispy shrimp, chili garlic aioli, creole cole slaw, toasted french baguette


Farmhouse Grilled Cheese – Toasted panini bread, provolone, creme de brie, roasted fennel, tomato, almond arugula pesto


Capitol City Chicken Wrap – Honey siracha glazed chicken, mixed greens, cucumber, yellow peppers, edamame, pea shoots in a spinach wrap


Macadamia Nut Chicken & Ham – Sweet chili glazed chicken, ham, roasted pineapple, leaf lettuce, macadamia nut brie cream, toasted brioche roll


New Dusen Burger – Certified angus beef burger, fried pickle strips, cheddar, leaf lettuce, tomato, onion, whole grain german bacon mustard, toasted brioche bun


Herloom Tomato Salad – Marble heirloom tomatoes, locally grown micro basil, cucumbers, mozzarella, almond arugula pesto, balsamic glaze


Spring Chicken & Pea Salad – Grilled chicken, house chopped mixed greens, peas, edamame, radishes, yellow bell pepper, feta cheese, lemon mint dressing



Spending time along the canal in the summer is a great way to enjoy a Saturday downtown. Here are some great exhibits at the Indiana State Musem to make your visit even more interesting.

Lincoln’s Mallet Running through December 2016.

The Indiana State Museum has unveiled a previously unknown artifact from Abraham Lincoln’s life in Indiana. Lincoln’s bench mallet (circa 1829) will be on public display for the first time in 188 years, on his birthday, February 12 and remain on view through 2016 at the museum.

Indiana in 200 Objects: A Bicentennial Celebration Running through January 2017.

From the literal bedrock of Indiana to a pair of Chuck Taylor’s Chuck Taylors, Indiana in 200 Objects: A Bicentennial Celebration explores and celebrates the history, science and culture of the Hoosier state through 200 iconic and interesting objects.

200 Years of Indiana Art: A Cultural Legacy Running through October 2016.

200 Years of Indiana Art: A Cultural Legacy presents original historical and contemporary works of art by those who help shape Indiana’s view of the world and the world’s view of Indiana.




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