Crispy Bird restaurant to close just over a year after opening


INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - An Indianapolis restaurant is closing its doors as planned, just over a year after it opened.

Martha Hoover's Crispy Bird restaurant in Meridian-Kessler closes for good this weekend... after opening in late 2017. Hoover founded the Patachou restaurants in Indianapolis. She has 12 in all. This is the first to close.

A spokesperson said Crispy Bird was meant to be a short-lived venture. She says the space will house the Patachou Foundation and serve as an incubator where Patachou can test recipes and host visiting chefs.

USA Today deemed Crispy Bird’s chicken to be “pilgrimage worthy” and Eater named Crispy Bird one of the hottest...

Posted by Crispy Bird on Saturday, January 5, 2019