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Roundup: New Sweet Shop and Boutique has a Colts connection & much more

March 16, 2010

Casey Foyt, daughter of Colts owner Jim Irsay, has filed plans to open Huddles Sweet Shop and Boutique along East 86th Street next to the Monon Trail. The 1,500-square-foot shop at 1340 E. 86th St. will offer soft-serve and sports apparel. The former Casey Irsay, who married IRL driver A.J. Foyt IV in July 2009, is a vice president for the Colts. Elsewhere:

  • Compass roseRed Eye Cafe is set to take the former Pizza King and Tin Star space at 1904 Broad Ripple Ave., according to a sign on the building.
  • Sushi House Restaurant is taking 2,400 square feet at the intersection of Fox and Oaklandon roads in Geist.
  • Sandella's Flatbread Cafe, a sandwich shop, is opening in 1,500 square feet near County Line Road and State Road 135 in Greenwood.
  • Donatos has leased 2,000 square feet at 2205 East Conner Street in Noblesville.
  • Panda Express is taking 2,176 square feet near the Logan's Roadhouse along Mercantile Blvd in Noblesville.
  • Marco's Pizza has filed plans to open a new store in Fishers, taking 1,672 square feet in a new retail strip near 116th Street and Olio Road.
  • Flap Jack's is opening a new location in 5,000 square feet at 2991 Fulmer Drive, near State Road 135, in Bargersville.
  • The Flying Cupcake Bakery location at 715 Mass Ave plans to offer free cupcakes on March 20, the grand opening for its second location (earlier post is here).
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