Two coffee and brunch places have recently opened in Fishers.
The Well, a not-for-profit coffeehouse that got its start in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2012, has opened in The Edge at 116th Street and Lantern Road. It’s the first Indiana location for the business, which donates its proceeds to digging wells in drought-ridden third-world countries.
Carmel residents Debbie and Tony Zancanaro opened the Fishers location.
The Well sells a variety of specialty coffee drinks and bagged coffee, and has a breakfast and lunch menu.
Louisville-based Wild Eggs also opened at 13272 Market Square Drive in the Fishers Marketplace development earlier this month.
It is the third Indianapolis-area location for the breakfast and lunch restaurant. The Carmel location at 1438 W. Main Street opened in February and the downtown location at 314 N. Delaware St. opened in May.
The menu includes breakfast staples—pancakes, waffles, french toast and a lengthy list of egg entrees. The restaurant also offers biscuits and gravy, cinnamon rolls and crepes. The lunch menu features salads, sandwiches, burgers and soup.
IBJ’s Lou Harry visited the downtown location for a review in July.
In other retail news:
• Jimmy John's is opening at 13272 Market Square Drive in Fishers in the Fishers Marketplace development off State Road 37.
• Anytime Fitness is planning to open two new locations in Hamilton County—one at 158 W. Logan St. in Riverplace Centre in Noblesville and the other on Hazel Dell Parkway between 116th and 126th streets in Carmel. Anytime Fitness already has three other gyms open in Hamilton County.
• uPaint Pottery Studio will open at 13901 Town Center Boulevard, Suite 200 in Noblesville. The Hamilton Town Center location will be offer a 2,450-square-foot art studio for customers to paint pre-fired pottery. uPaint is also open in Plainfield and Greenwood.
• Chipotle Mexican Grill has also filed plans to open at Hamilton Town Center, at 12831 Campus Parkway. It will be the first Noblesville location for Chipotle.
• uBreakiFix opened a Noblesville location in August at 17235 Mercantile Boulevard. It is the fifth location for the technology repair company.
• Children’s clothing store Carter’s will replace retailer rue21 at 1950 Greyhound Pass Space in Village Park Plaza in Westfield.
• Domino’s Pizza is opening another store in Carmel at 1441 S. Guilford Road.
• Starbucks is planning to open at the Village at Geist retail center near 116th Street and Olio Road in Fishers, between the existing Fifth Third Bank and Walgreens.
• Paradise Bakery & Cafe recently closed its Hamilton Town Center restaurant in Noblesville. The only remaining Paradise Cafe in the Indianapolis area is near 96th Street and Meridian Street. The location in Chase Tower downtown closed earlier this year.