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A handful of restaurants and two frozen-yogurt joints are planning new locations around Indianapolis.

Detour—An American Grille, the latest project from prolific restaurateur Jeremiah Hamman, has set an opening date of May 7. The restaurant and sports bar in Carmel’s Arts & Design District at 110 W. Main St. also will feature menu selections from Sensu, Hamman’s new Asia-fusion restaurant and nightclub that opened in March in the former home of Have A Nice Day Cafe at 225 S. Meridian St. downtown.

Cannoli Queen, a home-grown Italian restaurant, is scheduled to open June 1 in a retail strip at the southeast corner of Emerson Avenue and County Line Road in Greenwood. On their Facebook page, owners Lisa and Dan Snow promise “the best cannoli this side of New York.”

Froyo, a frozen yogurt shop, plans to take a former Flagstar Bank branch along 82nd Street just west of Interstate 69. Principal Owner Jim Sapp says the shop will serve 16 flavors of Dannon yogurt and offer 72 toppings. The shop will take about 1,800 square feet indoors and also feature a large patio. The target opening date is July 1.

Huddles Sweet Shop & Boutique, the popular local frozen yogurt and sports apparel shop, plans to open a second location, at 110 W. Main St. in Carmel. The first shop is at 1356 E. 86th St., near the Monon Trail. Owner Casey Foyt also serves as a vice president for the Indianapolis Colts.
 

OTB retail The combined concept of Dairy Queen and Orange Julius will open on the third floor of Circle Centre in May. (IBJ File Photo)

Dairy Queen and Orange Julius are set to open on the third floor of Circle Centre mall in late May. The combined treat concept will be just down the hall from the food court, next to The Limited.

Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet is taking 11,200 square feet for a restaurant at 7737 S. Shelby St. in Indianapolis. The restaurant will be at the corner of U.S. 31 and Shelby in the Greenwood Place Shopping Center.

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