The restaurant will be replaced by “a modern, casual, California-influenced, Peruvian-style raw fish & oyster bar with craft beer, specialty cocktails and a seasonally-rotating menu.”
Punch Bowl Social restaurant chain files for bankruptcy
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Current, former owners of Moe & Johnny’s embroiled in dueling lawsuits
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Fletcher Place eatery Repeal to close, making way for distillery, pizzeria
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Pittsburgh-based restaurant-and-bar chain closes last Indy location
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Owners Vivian and Larry Lawhead said the COVID-19 pandemic is prompting an earlier-than-expected end to the business they started at 620 S. Rangeline Road in 2010.
The sports bar and restaurant discontinued dine-in service on Oct. 30 because of the rise in COVID-19 cases. It announced Sunday that it had decided to close “until further notice.”
BoomBozz Craft Pizza & Taphouse has called quits after four years in Fishers. A liquor store chain has acquired the building and is planning to open there in January.
Shoefly Public House suspended operations on Saturday after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. The initial plan was to reopen, but the owners soon decided to make the closure permanent.
The highly rated restaurant, which opened in a century-old barn more than six years ago, plans to close for good on Nov. 1.
Indianapolis is down to just one Ruby Tuesday’s location. The chain now operates 236 dining rooms in total, a decrease from more than 500 three years ago.
Ed Sahm, the restaurant group’s founder and owner, said the pandemic-related exodus of downtown office workers meant the two locations are no longer financially viable.
In a Facebook post, the owners of the restaurant blamed “the pandemic and our inept government” for the closure.
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Meanwhile, plans are in the works for a $12 million International Marketplace welcome center and museum that would replace a former Value City Furniture store.
Carmel outdoor shopping center Clay Terrace has two sizable restaurant spaces to fill after the closures of Mitchell’s Fish Market and Biaggi’s Ristorante Italiano.
St. Louis-based Sugarfire Smoke House has closed its downtown Indianapolis restaurant following ongoing issues with the building’s landlord.
The restaurant opened in 2014. The chain also has locations in Carmel, Schererville and Valparaiso.
Nicole Harlan-Oprisu, who co-owns Old Pro’s Table and several local restaurants, previously told IBJ that business has been difficult during the pandemic.
With its restaurants limited to drive-thru, takeout or delivery for much of March because of the virus outbreak, the burger chain saw quarterly revenue plummet by $59 million.
Stacked Pickle lists 10 locations on its website—nine in Indiana and one in Dayton.
The locally owned eatery and craft brewery opened in late 2014 in the former location of Blue Crew Sports Grill.
Co-owner Ted Miller said on Facebook that the restaurant at 1011 E. Westfield Blvd. would close as of Friday—“this location at least. We plan to open a new Brugge somewhere, sometime.”
The move—while expected—extends the pain for a hospitality industry that is reeling from closures that have eateries on the brink.