Sat, Aug 19 | VICTORY FIELD
The Best Brunch You'll Eat All Year!
Brunch is always a special meal, but Baby Got Brunch turns it up to 11. The result is an experience that not only satisfies your appetite, but fills your heart with gratitude for all of the culinary talent in our city. Click here for a list of 2023 food vendors.
Bottomless Mimosas & Bloody Mary’s, Open Bar
Sample brunch from a wide variety of local vendors
Shake your thing to 90's hip hop jams from Mr. Kinetic
Support the fight against food insecurity & our service industry
It’s a Food Festival
And things absolutely get festive. A diverse array of local chefs serve up sweet and savory bites as classic ‘90s hip-hop beats set the mood. Bloody Marys, bottomless mimosas, and an open bar make sure no one goes thirsty. Attendees must be 21 or older—sorry, kiddos.
A Friendly Competition
Sort of like a rap battle, but where chefs and restaurants dish out brunch bites instead of rhymes.Every attendee gets to vote on their favorite dish, and a winner is crowned at the end of the event.
A portion of every ticket sold supports a local nonprofit organization that fights the youth hunger
crisis. This year’s event supports The Damien Center's food pantry. The Damien Center is Indiana's oldest and largest AIDS service organization, supporting thousands of individuals and families through their wide range of programs. Specifically, our donation will go to the food pantry which provides a variety of nutritional foods to families and children experiencing food insecurity. Through purchasing a ticket to this year's festival, you can be a part of expanding equitable care in Indiana, and make a direct impact on fighting childhood food insecurity!
helping our community
An integral part of this festival, is how we are able to help our community. This festival allows it's organizers to bring awareness to systemic issues and make small changes, leading to BIG impacts in our community.
What impacts have you made?
Our previous initiatives have been hyper-focused on food insecurity for school-aged children and maternal health and wellness in Indianapolis.
In 2022 our donations to The Milk Bank helped save infant lives. The Milk Bank is a lifeline for families facing medical emergencies of all kinds. Each year over 400,000 ounces of safe donor milk is distributed to thousands of infants. The real human milk not only helps nourish infants in need, but helps moms and families have peace of mind while they recover.
We also donated to the Ivy Tech Greg Hardesty Fund, helping to create new culinary leaders in our community. You can read more or donate to the scholarship fund here.
The Patachou Foundation not only puts wholesome meals in the hands of food insecure children, they also educate children on where their food comes from.
What organizations does my ticket support?
A portion of every ticket is donated to a local organization that has a real impact within the Indianapolis community.
Your attendance allows local chefs to showcase their culinary talents, giving you the opportunity to try something new. In 2019 over 50% of our chefs or restaurants were women-owned or operated. Our roots spread deep within the community to bring you the best and help amazing chefs and entrepreneurs grow and flourish.