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Boone County / Hamilton County / Regional News

Roundup: Stacked Pickle moves to Fishers Marketplace, Aurelio's Pizza opens

May 16, 2016

Several new restaurants have opened at Fishers Marketplace on State Road 37.

Stacked Pickle recently moved its Fishers location to the former Bagger Dave’s Burger Tavern space at 13204 Market Square Drive. The restaurant previously occupied space near 116th Street and Allisonville Road in the Fishers Station retail center.

Stacked Pickle is also still planning a Westfield location at the Monon Marketplace on the corner of U.S. 31 and Ind. 32, which is expected to open in June, according to the company’s website.

The long anticipated Aurelio’s Pizza is also now open at Fishers Marketplace. The Chicago favorite has more than 40 franchise locations in six states.

Initially, the chain announced it would open in Fishers in 2014, but plans were delayed. The restaurant opened at 13147 Parkside Drive last month.

Also at the Fishers Marketplace, Chinese restaurant Shanghai Express closed last month at 13204 Market Square Drive after transferring ownership of the restaurant to Hiro Hibachi Express & Sushi. Signs posted in the windows say it will re-open soon under the new name and management, but no date is listed.

In other retail news:

• The National Bank of Indianapolis opened new branch in Carmel at 131st Street and Hazel Dell Road. It is the bank’s sixth full-service location in Hamilton County and 13th in the Indianapolis area.

• Which Wich is now open at the Marketplace at Anson in Whitestown. It is the sandwich franchise’s first location in Boone County and sixth in the state.

• Red Wing Shoes has filed plans to open at 17017 in the Stony Creek Marketplace in Noblesville. The shoe retailer has five locations in the Indianapolis area. This would be the first store in Hamilton County.

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