Soup shop opens on Circle, Hearthstone closes in Fishers

January 22, 2014
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Here's the latest rundown of retail openings and closings throughout the Indy metropolitan area:

Soupremacy, a soup shop, opened Jan. 16 at 7 E. Market St., formerly occupied by Teapots n Treasures. The locally based eatery is operated by Chuck Brewer, a Potbelly franchisee who owns the restaurant at 55 Monument Circle.

Bub’s Burgers & Ice Cream opened Jan. 21 in Zionsville, at 620 S. Main St., anchoring the new South Village of Zionsville retail development. The stand-alone restaurant includes outdoor seating on a covered deck overlooking Eagle Creek. Bub’s is operated by Matt Frey and also has locations in Carmel and Bloomington. It’s known for its one-pound Big Ugly Burger.

Sunrise Cafe is set to open at 7387 N. Shadeland Ave. Sunrise Cafe also has locations at 11711 N. Meridian St. in Carmel and 9767 E. 116th St. in Fishers.

King’s Market, a “high-end convenience store,” is set to open in February at 1535 Prospect St. in the former Fountain Square Laundry building. Amandeep Saggu, a Subway franchisee, bought the 3,000-square-foot building and is opening the store in partnership with her brother, she said.

Outback Steakhouse opened Jan. 15 at 10220 N. Michigan Road in Carmel, just north of the Olive Garden, which opened Dec. 2. Outback has four locations in the metropolitan area—three in Indianapolis and one in Greenwood.  

Massage Envy, a Scottsdale, Ariz.-based massage provider, and Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, an Oklahoma City-based yogurt chain, have opened in first-floor retail space at the Broad Ripple Parking Garage.

Tucanos Brazilian Grill is set to open in February at Noblesville’s Hamilton Town Center. The Lakewood, Colo.-based chain features authentic Brazilian churrasco dining. This is Tucanos second location in Indiana—the first opened in Fort Wayne in November.

Roosters Men’s Grooming Center, a Lapeer, Mich.-based franchise offering “a classic American barbershop experience,” has opened in Fishers Town Center at 8395 E. 116th St. Darrell and Annette Cousert are owners of the shop, which is the first Roosters to open in Indiana.

Lake City Bank has a second office in the Indianapolis area, at State Road 37 and 131st Street in Fishers. The Warsaw-based bank will host a ribbon-cutting at the 3,700-square-foot branch Jan. 23.

Qdoba Mexican Grill has opened at 5630 W. 86th St. in the Traders Point shopping center.  The Wheat Ridge, Colo.-based chain has 23 locations in the Indianapolis area.

Papa Murphy’s has filed plans to take 1,343 square feet at 5868 E. 71st St. The take-and-bake pizza chain has more than 20 locations in the Indianapolis area.

Chinese Take-Out has filed plans to occupy 1,650 square feet at 3100 Meridian Park Drive in Greenwood.

TGI Fridays in Westfield and Hearthstone Bistro in Fishers have closed.

Hearthstone owners Mark and Sandy Goff posted online: “Unfortunately, we were never able to attract enough regular business as the original Hearthstone Coffee House & Pub or the recently re-launched Hearthstone Bistro to be financially sustainable. We took a shot, we fell short, ... and now it is time to move on.” The restaurant was located at 8235 E. 116th St.

  • BR garage
    Nice to see the first floor retail of the BR parking garage starting to fill up. Don't know how I feel about it being completely filled with chains though.
  • Nora Changes
    The Starbucks has moved over to the old Nora Cafe location. Per my barber in Nora Plaza, a Panda Express will be back filling the old Starbucks storefront.
  • Outback Location
    There is no Outback Steakhouse in "Avon". It is still located in Indianapolis, all be it just east of the county line.
    • Outback
      Thanks for pointing that out, Joe. It's been changed.
    • ?????
      Does anyone know what the free standing building they are building just east of Thompson and Emerson? It appears that it is going to have a drive thru but it is a smaller building. It would east of thompson on the north side of Emerson.
      • TGI Fridays - Westfield
        I assume that this is the location next to Meridian and it went under due to the new road configuration? I know other businesses in the 146th St/Meridian area closed due to the new routes.
      • Outback
        Same thing for the "greenwood" location. It's amazing how most of the media outlets think Greenwood extends up into Marion County. Outback is almost two miles inside Indianapolis' border but the area is called Greenwood.
      • Outback Take 2
        Outback lists the locations on its website as Avon and Greenwood. But thanks for informing me that they're actually in Indianapolis.
        • Where is Cory?
          It's sad that the author of a blog called 'property lines' has no better than a visitor's knowledge of central Indiana geography....."But don't blame me, I just copy and paste everything for my blog from other websites and press releases."
          • Sunrise Cafe
            Do you know when it is supposed to open. They have been building it out for over 2 years.
            • Gwood
              Bravo at the Greenwood Park Mall and Detour in Southport have both closed. And also I keep hearing that Greenwood is about to get it's first Chipotle. Anyone else heard about it?
              • To Tracy
                Tracy, It's sad that we can't all have the pleasure of reading your blog, which we can all assume must be pretty awesome. Maybe you could give us a link the next time.
              • Oh no!
                When did Bravo in Greenwood close?
              • Cory is gone, from Property Lines
                C'mon Tracy, lighren up. I think that anyone with a half a brain knoiws what Scott is talking about. If anyone needs a Geography lesson - it's Outback. Puhleeze!
              • Blame the Post Office, not Scott
                Keep in mind that addresses are set by the Post Office and their delivery routes, not geography. So it is very possible to have a Greenwood address, within Indy's border, or vice versa. The same problem happens in Westfield/Carmel/Fishers along their borders, and I'm sure elsewhere. It doesn't make sense, but then again, it's the Post Office....
              • Mondana
                Getting back to development news, the Indianapolis Star is reporting that "Carmel lands state's first Mondana, an upscale home boutique" Very excited!! Rather hear about these developments than the newest qdoba.
              • Napoli's Pizza
                Not sure if Napoli's pizza is moving from shadeland or opening another location but there is a "Napoli's Coming Soon" sign on the old pizza hut located just south of 16th and Arlington. Does anyone know what is being built just south of 56th street on Georgetown? Looks like a Golden Corral maybe?
              • Nora Cafe Comment
                I thought that the (much missed) Nora Cafe was going to be a bbq place from Brad Gates(?)? Did I miss something? And isn't that space too big for a Charbucks? Are they using all of the space?
                • Nora Plaza
                  There is space next to the Starbucks for the new restaurant. The Starbucks Drive Thru has been busy ever since it opened.
                • Closed in Avon
                  Teppenyaki Boy and ru yi, both have been closed for two months or more.
                • Clarity
                  Ben, It is likely TGI Fridays in Westfield closed because it is subpar food, menu, and drink offerings. When there is competition, low quality places like Applebees, TGIFridays, Max and Ermas will be the type of chains that will close first.
                  • Outback on 86th
                    Regarding Outback opening a new location on Michigan Rd. next to Olive Garden, should one assume that they will be closing the location at 86th & Michigan which is very close in in proximity?
                    • Fridays in Westfield
                      I am going to take the leap and suggest that Fridays closing has more to do with the ridiculous, new elevated roadway which blocks visibility and makes access a challenge. Why they (the State) did not sink this roadway (like Keystone Pkwy thru Carmel) is questionable.
                      • Carmel Outback
                        When Outback filed its plans with the City of Carmel, their reps stated they would close the College Park store "at a later time", presumably when the lease expires. However, the new location is open for lunch, whereas College Park is not.
                      • Kolache Factory
                        There is a new Kolache Factory opening soon in Carmel in the strip center at Guilford and 116th St. It's in the former home of Luca's Pizza. The sign doesn't say when it's opening but they've been doing a lot of construction and are currently hiring.
                      • BBQ
                        New Year's Eve Brad Gates said that the BBQ place at Nora Plaza was still moving forward -- but slowly.
                      • Southside Ignored
                        When are we going to get some of these good eateries on the south side. The south side is so limited.... :-(
                      • Thomson & Emerson
                        It's a Dj's Hot Dogs
                      • Sinking Roadways
                        THe State did not sink the roadway like Keystone Parkway because they did not want to pay the millions required to pump the area dry over the lifetime of the project. I think the new direcet access to 146th Street is tremendous improvement.
                      • Sunrise Cafe
                        Sunrise Cafe is now open at 7387 N Shadeland Ave.

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