BW3 returning to downtown

New BW3Buffalo Wild Wings hopes to be back downtown by summer. The restaurant chain plans to take about 6,800 square feet next door to Borders at the southeast corner of Meridian and Washington streets. Franchise owner Pete Watson said he has agreed to lease the former home of Ralph’s Deli, which has been vacant more than 10 years. He hopes to start construction in late March and open by early July. Watson owns 12 BW3 locations, including Indianapolis-area locations in Castleton, Fishers, Broad Ripple and Greenwood. Former downtown franchise owner Mike DeWeese closed his downtown BW3 on Maryland Street in May 2007 and reopened it as an independent called Bada Boomz.

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