The store, which has been at its current location in Glendale for 45 years, is in its third generation of ownership.
Burn by Rocky Patel announced last November that it had committed to taking space in Circle Centre mall. Nearly a year later, a city commission has approved design changes for the space.
The Mile Square is set to get another jolt of Seattle-based caffeine. Meanwhile, a sign on the door at Mo’s gives no indication as to when the steakhouse might reopen.
After opening a restaurant in Fishers last week to great fanfare and huge crowds, the Chicago-based chain is eyeing a site farther south for its next location.
Ohio-based 16-Bit Bar+Arcade has committed to space in a downtown apartment project under construction, while east-side eatery Love Handle prepares to set up new digs.
Condado Tacos commits to Broad Ripple, with plans for a downtown location, while Burger Study opens Monday amid fierce competition in the upscale burger segment.
The restaurant had been open for 10 years, moving in 2011 from Westfield Boulevard to Broad Ripple Avenue, where it served up its signature patties.
Sisters Carly Swift and Mandy Selke of Just Pop In are expanding the business in a 5,000-square-foot building under construction on Cornell Avenue.