New Fashion Mall food court to include Elevation Burger, Pinkberry, Naked Tchopstix

June 21, 2012
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Fashion Mall food courtA handful of new-to-market dining options are joining the newly renovated food court at The Fashion Mall at Keystone. The Fashion Cafe will be located on the mall's first level, just west of the bridge, and is slated to open in November. The new restaurants will include: Elevation Burger, a Virginia-based chain that serves up burgers made from organic, grass-fed beef; Freshii, a Canadian concept serving burritos, wraps, soups and salads; Pinkberry, the California-based frozen yogurt chain; and the homegrown sushi restaurant Naked Tchopstix. Simon Property Group's renovation of the mall also calls for upscale retail shops in an expanded bridge that previously contained the mall's food court. The architect on the project is Ratio. The rendering above shows the food court. (Click for a larger version.)

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  • When?
    When is this supposed to be completed?
  • Opening date
    Their target completion date is included in the post: November.
  • Not new..
    ...looks incredibly similar to what is at Westfield Century City back in L.A.
  • Pinkberry
    Hete you go!
  • Sushi
    When is Naked Tchopstix going to open their downtown location? It's been a year since they were to open.
  • Nordstrom
    Any word on what's going in Circle Centre Nordstrom?
  • Better be better!
    I hope Naked Tchopstix is going to be better than the Airport location. I talked that place up to a visiting friend and was embarrassed at the quality of food (and service) we received. Gives the 96th St & Broad Ripple locations a BAD name!
  • Nordstrom Downtown
    Yeah, what's going on with the Nordstrom downtown?
  • naked downtown
    The liquor liscense is up for the downtown location - so that means it is moving forward-
  • Keystone at the Crossing
    I haven't been to Circle Centre since Nordstrom's left, and I won't be going to the Keystone at the Crossing store. I'll just visit the online Nordstrom's. If the city and Simon Malls want to keep Circle Centre going, it's going to take a major department store replacement.

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