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St. Yared Brings Traditional Ethiopian Cuisine Experience to the Geist Area
Published May 31, 2017; by Rachel M. Bogle
"Tucked away in a small strip mall in the Geist area of Fishers, St. Yared has been bringing traditional Ethiopian cuisine to Hoosiers since 2013 here at their location at 11210 Fall Creek Road. Since then, their food, atmosphere, and family-like customer service has earned them a spot on Yelp's 2017 list of the Top 50 Places to Eat in Indiana."
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What's Cooking: St. Yared
Published March 19, 2015; by Julia Moffitt, WTHR Sunrise Anchor
"St.Yared is an Ethiopian restaurant in the Geist area of Fishers that customers love. It's tucked into a small strip mall at 11210 Fall Creek Road. Owners Etenesh and Haile Abebe opened St. Yared in 2013 to introduce Hoosiers to their native Ethiopian food, but also their culture."
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Something Different at Geist
Published March 26, 2014; by the Wine Guy at Grapevine Cottage
"Now for something really unusual...last fall we discovered a new restaurant on Fall Creek near Brooks School Road called St. Yared...probably the last thing you would expect in Geist's far northeast corner of Indianapolis...an Ethiopian restaurant. The product of a ..."
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St. Yared Ethiopian Cuisine & Global Village Coffee Now Open
Published October 22, 2013; by Janet Striebel
"Many Geist residents are anxious to visit the new Ethiopian restaurant called St. Yared Ethiopian Cuisine off Fall Creek Road near the roundabout at Brooks School Road, just a few doors down from Holy Spirit at Geist Church. This restaurant, named after the 5th century Ethiopian priest who composed both the chant and dance for the..." Read More at atGeist.com


Wots Happening in Geist
Published November 20, 2013; by Shari Rudavsky
"For years, Etenesh Abebe dreamed of opening a restaurant to serve the dishes she perfected in her native Ethiopia. Several spots were available near her Fishers home over the years, but with four children to raise, the timing never seemed right. Until now. A few months ago, Etenesh and her husband Haile Abebe opened St. Yared ..." Read More at IndyStar.com