Also this week: Commissary Barber and Barista, Pots & Pans Pie Co., Big Bazaar Indian Grocery and Kitchen, Indy E Cigs, and more.
Roundup: The 96-year-old tire and automotive service retailer plans to open more than two dozen area stores in next 18 months. Also, news on Provider coffee, Warby Parker eyewear and a new coworking space.
The Carson’s anchor store went out of business April 29. Its Washington and Meridian street entrances have been closed since then, blocking key entryways into the mall.
The Italian-themed eatery in the upscale Alexander hotel will be operated by the same homegrown firm that has created some of the best-reviewed restaurants in the city.
Low-key downtown eatery busts into Fishers; convenience store known for rural markets enters Indy.
Wisconsin-based Kohl’s said last month it will shrink about a dozen of its stores this year as part of a broader effort to reduce its bricks-and-mortar square footage.
Old National took over all three of the branches in 2009 when it acquired 52 Indianapolis-area Charter One offices. All but a few of those locations have since closed.
Event boosts independent retailers. Also this week: Bentley’s Pet Stuff, Bird Fever, Le Peep and Tom Wood Toyota.
The Avon location will be the third local restaurant for the growing Chicago-based chain, which is known for its hots dogs and Italian beef sandwiches.
Indianapolis Cultural Trail launches food tours with stops at Milktooth, Bluebeard, Cafe Patachou, others
Participants will get a chance to sample food and interact with chefs and owners at a selection of restaurants and other culinary establishments in and near downtown.
A second new establishment, Rye Bar, opens at the Marriott Monday. Also: Wings Etc., Bell Helmets, Macy’s, Kate Spade.
The eatery focusing on ramen, rice bowls and banh mi sandwiches will be operated by the same husband-and-wife team that owns General American Donut Co.
The building, at the northeast corner of 46th Street and College Avenue in the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood, will house three or four businesses, including Scarlet Lane Brewing.
Walmart has added four Indianapolis-area stores to its network of sites where customers can pick up their online orders. Also: A new menswear shop is coming to Broad Ripple.
Duke’s Indy plans to open this month in the building that formerly housed the Ice House restaurant, which recently closed after 34 years in business.