The Ville Brings Fresh New Culinary Experience to Town
Writer / Janet Gilray
It won’t be long now. There’s a fresh new culinary experience in town. As construction wrapped up in the final week of July, owners Keith and Raquel Brooks now eagerly await final inspections so their new restaurant, called The Ville, at the corner of 10th and Logan Street, can open its doors.
Residents of Noblesville, Keith and Raquel Brooks have been serving the community for years. Many know them for the scrumptious BBQ and pulled pork that their catering company sells at local farmers markets.
“Noblesville is such a vibrant community,” says Raquel Brooks. “Its citizens really support the downtown area. We chose this location at 10th and Logan, which was formerly Eddie’s Corner Café, because there is a lot of foot traffic there and around the square. People have frequented the site for a long, long time. Eddie’s was a well-loved landmark. We hope the community will embrace our new place, too. We are really looking forward to our opening day.”
The restaurant will open in August for lunch and dinner. It will boast an American-themed menu with an eclectic assortment of items including New Orleans cuisine and vegetarian dishes especially created by classically trained chef Keith Brooks. It will also seat 40 for special events on the 2nd floor mezzanine.
The work of Gabriel Lehman will be on display.