Several new restaurants coming to Indianapolis

  • Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant, an upscale chain based in Illinois, is taking the former home
    of Bahama Breeze at former Bahama Breeze3815 E. 96th St., the company says on its website.The
    space has been vacant since 2007, when Bahama Breeze closed, blaming a location without enough visibility. Cooper's Hawk
    features a Napa-style tasting room with its own mix of wines. The wines inspired a menu including dishes such as blackened
    blue steak salad and pistachio crusted grouper, along with a lineup of gluten-free options. The chain has four locations in
  • Pearl Street Pizza & Pub is taking space in the Century Building downtown around the corner from Coaches
    Pub and O'Reilly's Irish Bar & Restaurant. The space has a Pennsylvania Street address but an entrance on Pearl
    Street, which runs between Meridian and Pennsylvania streets. The owner is Charles Andrus, of Pearl Street Entertainment Group,
    who previously had an interest in O'Reilly's.
  • Bluewaters Restaurant has filed plans for a 9,000-square-foot spot at 123 N. New Jersey St., across the
    street from the Hudson condo development. The restaurant would be owned by Mo Hanif, who owns the nearby Citgo station and
    has been trying for at least three years to develop a restaurant for the site. No confirmation yet that Bluewaters will serve
    Caribbean food, as initially planned back in 2007.
  • Spice Fresh American Grill plans to open a 1,200-square-foot restaurant at 5436 W. 86th St., just east
    of Tasty's Gift Factory and the Sybaris. The owner is Junita Singh of Greenwood.

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