IBJ Podcast: City Market plots its comeback against headwinds

The pandemic has been tough on restaurants almost across the board. And so it’s no wonder that the Indianapolis City Market and its 22 vendors have had a particularly difficult past year.

And with uncertainty about the return of downtown office workers, construction outside its front door and new competition at Bottleworks and 16 Tech, it’s not clear when—or if— the situation will improve.

But a new director and a group of resilient vendors say new events and a focus on residential developments nearby should help them not only survive but thrive.

To learn more about the market, read IBJ reporter Susan Orr’s story here.

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