Fast-food chain Burgerim says it has six franchisees who plan to open restaurants around the state, with sites already secured in Indianapolis, Carmel and Greenwood.
The second location of Rize will have twice the space as the original Rize at Ironworks Hotel in Indianapolis.
Formerly of Mile Square Bistro and The Vanguard, chef Charles Mereday plans to debut his revised version of the upscale burger and beer joint as soon as this weekend.
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Renown local chef Greg Hardesty talks about his plans to offer private dining, a coffee bar, pop-up meals and more—even a service to supply home chefs with hard-to-find ingredients.
It’s clear what chef Greg Hardesty’s newest venture, Studio C, is not: a traditional restaurant. But labeling what it is—well, that’s more difficult.
The watering hole will take over the former Open Society Public House restaurant space next door, with plans to debut the addition and a seasonal menu just before year’s end.
There’s nothing like a “coming soon” sign in the window to build an appetite, so diners have flocked to a trio of Hamilton County newcomers that opened their doors this summer.
The company is actively seeking franchisees to open stores in central Indiana and elsewhere in the state.
It will be the fifth location overall for the Louisville-based restaurant chain, which opened a Fishers location in 2016.
The 3,800-square-foot restaurant will maintain much of the menu of the original but add Neapolitan pizza, flatbreads and other elements suitable for lunch patrons.
Huse tells IBJ that Circle Centre needs “transformational” change and describes the company’s plans for two restaurants in Fishers.
Sommelier Josh Mazanowski is business partner with celebrity chef Jonathan Brooks in the new dinner-only restaurant at 1844 E. 10th St.
The owner said he would come up with a new plan after losing key employees to a new brewpub from Sahm Restaurant Group.
Maria Bertram had a great career as an engineer for Eli Lilly and Co., so why did she chuck it to open a little cafe in a distressed neighborhood?
The commercial openings are part of the $1 billion Anson development, led by Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corp.
One of the city’s best-known Italian restaurateurs and a Fort Wayne-based purveyor of quirky frozen treats will be neighbors in the 90-year-old building that anchored Fountain Square’s revival.
Two well-regarded eateries have failed in the space since late 2016.
The Iowa-based chain of fast-casual Mexican restaurants has more than 70 stores in 14 states.
The new owner also operates Hirosaki, a Japanese restaurant in Avon that opened in 2016.