Roundup: Primanti Bros. coming to Noblesville, Buffalo Wild Wings opening in Anson

Pittsburgh-based Primanti Bros. is opening its first Indiana location in Noblesville.

The restaurant known for its sandwiches featuring coleslaw and french fries has filed plans with the city for a 5,500-square-foot location at 13871 Cabela Parkway, to the north of the recently opened, 82,000-square-foot Cabela’s.

The menu varies by location, but all Primanti Bros. restaurants offer the company’s signature sandwich with a choice of meat, coleslaw and french fries on Italian bread. The chain also offers wings, pizza, burgers, salads and beer depending on the store.

The single-story eatery will feature an outdoor patio for dining with enough capacity for 230 customers.

In other suburban retail news:

  • Buffalo Wild Wings is opening a 6,441-square-foot restaurant at 6537 Whitestown Parkway in the Marketplace at Anson next to Lowe’s Home Improvement.
  • The Village Spa has opened at 12811 E. New Market St. next to Pizzology in the Village of West Clay.
  • Luxury women’s clothing boutique Beauty + Grace is opening in September at 751 Hanover Place in Carmel City Center.
  • Corner Bakery opened earlier this month at 14550 Clay Terrace Boulevard in the Clay Terrace shopping center in Carmel. It replaced Paradise Bakery & Cafe.
  • Christian Family Bookstore has relocated from 715 E. Carmel Drive to 1950 E. Greyhound Pass #15 in Carmel.
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites opened at 15131 Thatcher Lane in Westfield and is having a grand-opening event Sept. 18.
  • Walgreens recently closed two locations in Fishers, including the store at 12570 Reynolds Drive near the intersection of 126th Street and State Road 37 and the one at 9610 Allisonville Road.

    The Deerfield, Illinois-based drugstore chain announced in April it would close 200 stores across the country, but did not specify locations.

    Messages left for a Walgreens spokesperson were not returned.

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