Shelby's Social Diary
Young professionals camp out at Indika for an intimate CultureMap Mixer on theMap
Who doesn't enjoy a little relaxing after-work libation, taste sensations and socializing with like-minded individuals? That was the picture early Tuesday evening when an intimate group of young professional supporters of Camp for All gathered at Indika.
The restaurant pulled out the stops to introduce the happy hour crowd to the sophisticated and really amazing Indian fare including potato goat cheese cakes with tamarind chutney, lentil bread with eggplant pickle and cumin yogurt and Dahi puri or Indian street poppers. Yum!
For those preferring a little sweet with their bar drinks, Indika whipped out the creative chick pea chocolate squares, sweet potato walnut apple cakes and sesame spiced brittle.
It was a quiet group led by Jason Bernhardt, president of the Camp For All Young Professionals board, plus vice president Patrick Samuels and secretary Kimberly Koppenhaver.
The post-office crowd included Travis Fincher, Natalie Lee, Jessica Nimon, Mark Horsburgh, Mike Hostler, Sarah Taylor, Kim Rogers, Jillian Haller, Katie Ashely and Jennifer Martin.