Ambrosia to open downtown restaurant in former BadaBoomz site

The owner of the popular Broad Ripple Italian restaurant Ambrosia plans to open a location downtown on
the first floor of the Hampton Inn along Maryland Street.

The space most recently was home to
a Cajun restaurant called J. Gumbo’s and also has been a Buffalo Wild Wings and BadaBoomz. The
new restaurant, owned by Gino Pizzi, will be called Ambrosia Central.

The restaurant will serve lunch and dinner
and is slated to open in the fall. The Ambrosia in Broad Ripple is on Westfield Boulevard between Corner Wine Bar
and Broad Ripple Steakhouse.
 

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