Devour Northside continues through Sunday with 48 restaurants offering special three-course meals at discount prices.
North of 96th narrowed the list of those eateries that are in Hamilton and Boone counties, and it includes 26 dining options. (Click here for a map.)
Most of the restaurants are in Carmel, although there are a handful in Fishers and Zionsville. Only one is in Noblesville, but the city did launch it’s own version of “devour” recently, so that’s could be an explanation.
Westfield also only has one establishment participating, and it’s a restaurant that also has a location in Carmel.
In other retail news:
• Bub’s Burgers has opened in Westfield at 960 Tournament Trail. A new concept for Bub’s Burgers and Ice Cream, the restaurant is fast-casual with an ordering counter and simpler menu.
• The Flying Cupcake & Donut—a combination of The Flying Cupcake and The Dancing Donut—has opened in the Fishers Marketplace at 13180 Market Square Drive. Customers can purchase cupcakes and made-to-order donuts.
• The northern suburbs are on tap to get several more Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle Inc. GetGo gas stations. The company has filed plans for convenience stores at 9350 E 146th St. near State Road 37 in Noblesville and 4927 East 146th St. near Gray Road in Carmel. The first GetGo Cafe & Market opened at 11545 N. Illinois St. in Carmel last year.
“GetGo currently operates 200 locations throughout our footprint, many of which successfully operate in neighborhoods without a nearby company supermarket,” Giant Eagle spokesperson Jannah Jablonowski said in a prepared statement. “We are actively evaluating growth opportunities for our GetGo banner across greater Indianapolis and its surrounding areas, including potentially bringing a new GetGo to the Noblesville community.”
• Tenants continue to roll in for The Bridges development at 116th and Illinois streets in Carmel. McDonald’s is expected to open soon, and Great Clips is expected to move into space in one of the multi-tenant buildings at 11503 Springmill Road.
• Three Dog Bakery, which specializes in dog treats, is expanding to downtown Zionsville with a new store at 120 S. Main St. The company also has two Indianapolis locations—444 Massachusetts Ave. and 844 Broad Ripple Ave.—and one in Noblesville at 13904 Town Center Boulevard.
• The Beauty Lounge in Carmel has closed its doors at 324 W Main St. and is relocating to 2325 Pointe Parkway in the Merchants’ Pointe shopping center. Salon owner Eva Harris said her business, which has been open for four years, needed to move because it outgrew the space on Main Street.
• Kizuki Ramen plans to open next month at 2450 E. 146th St. in Westfield. It will be the sixth U.S. location for the chain restaurant.
• OrthoIndy Urgent Care and Physical Therapy is opening a new location in Westfield at 17471 Wheeler Road in the Monon Marketplace. The medical facility specializing in emergency bone, joint and muscle care by orthopedic physicians is expected to open in late spring or early summer. OrthoIndy has four other urgent care clinics in the Indianapolis area.
• Casual contemporary women’s clothing store Evereve officially opened March 9 at 13971 Town Center Boulevard in Noblesville. The retail chain specializing in trends for moms has 60 stores in 21 states.