Restaurants and stores plan new Indy locations

A new shoe store and several new restaurants are poised to open in the Indianapolis area:

Off Broadway Shoes, a Georgia-based chain with 60 stores, plans to open its first Indiana location at Castleton Square Mall. The warehouse-style store, which will display 30,000 to 50,000 pairs of shoes, is taking an 18,500-square-foot space in the Sears hallway.

Happy’s Pizza, a Michigan-based chain with 95 locations in five states, plans to open its first Indianapolis store at East 38th Street and College Avenue. The chain, founded in 1996, also offers ribs, chicken and seafood.

BoomBozz Pizza & Tap House, based in Louisville, is planning its first Indiana location for a shopping center along 146th Street east of Meridian Street in Carmel. The new restaurant, which will join Buffalo Wild Wings, Chipotle and Dunkin Donuts in the center, is planning to hire 100 people at a career fair from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Jan. 23-28.

DiBella’s Old Fashioned Submarines, a chain of gourmet sandwich shops based in Rochester, N.Y., plans to open its first local restaurant at Traders Point shopping center. The family-owned chain is taking 3,200 square feet.

Dunkin Donuts is planning a new location in the Geist area at 9926 E. 79th St., just east of Fall Creek Road. The restaurant will take about 1,600 square feet within an existing strip center.

B’s Po Boy, a new homegrown restaurant, is planned for 1261 Shelby St. in Fountain Square. The restaurant owned by Ryan and Deb Borchelt is taking 1,350 square feet.
 

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