Batesville, In. — The Big Four Café restaurant will continue operations under the ownership/management of Chef Devin Murchin, who is relocating to Batesville from Las Vegas where he was a chef at Caesars Palace reports spokeswoman Mary Ellen Rippe. “A seamless transition to Chef Devin will take place by the end of February” she adds. Breakfast and lunch will continue to be served with an all new menu that takes advantage of local, fresh infused ingredients and provides patrons with more choices for everyday and seasonal favorites. Devin is returning home to Batesville where he graduated from Batesville High School in 1998. Utilizing his experience from Caesars, where thousands of meals were served every day, combined with his creative culinary skills learned from Johnson and Wales, will bring a fresh foodie experience to diners.
“I’m excited to be returning to Batesville with my family and becoming a part of this community” states Devin. “I look forward to sharing my 25 years of experience and extensive training in Italian, French, Mexican, Asian, Mediterranean and Eastern European Cuisine with our guests”.
Located in the heart of downtown Batesville, the Big Four Café is on the historic RomWeber Campus at 121 S. Depot Street. Hours of operation will not change with food service beginning from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Friday and from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm Saturday and Sunday. For more information visit the website at www.bigfourcafe.com.