BJ's planning new restaurant for Hamilton Town Center

November 28, 2011
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BJs Restaurant and BrewhouseBJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse plans to build a restaurant at the entrance to Hamilton Town Center. The 7,500-square-foot restaurant will be the second in Indiana for the popular casual dining chain known for its deep-dish pizza and Pizookies (fresh-baked cookies topped with vanilla bean ice cream). The restaurant is planned for the southeast corner of Campus Parkway and Town Center Boulevard. It joins several other sit-down restaurants in the Noblesville lifestyle mall, including Stone Creek Dining Company, Houlihan's, Mo's Irish Pub and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers. The Huntington Beach, Calif.-based BJ's chain opened its first central Indiana location in 2008 at Greenwood Park Mall. It operates 115 restaurants in 13 states, with most of the restaurants in California and Texas.

  • Woopteedoo
    Who cares? Slow news day?
    • um....
      Hey Josh, this is Property Lines. This is what is discussed...
    • When?
      Does anyone know when they plan to start construction on this? Thanks!
    • Another pub!
      Great.....just what this area needs, Another pub! What about a upscale restaurant????
    • BJ's restaurant
      We LOVE BJ's Restaurant and Pub and are very excited that they are going to have a location close to us ! We can't wait! When do they expect to be open?

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