A Columbus, Ohio-based chain that was named one of the nation’s hottest restaurant concepts by Restaurant Business has signed a 3,500-square-foot lease at Hamilton Town Center.
After resigning on March 30 amid personnel issues at the high-profile eatery on East 16th Street, chef Braedon Kellner has returned to the kitchen with a stake in the business, according to one of its founders.
The brother of Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk is opening two Indianapolis restaurants in coming weeks. He sat down with IBJ to talk about the role of technology in the two eateries that play up their all-natural cuisine.
If you haven’t been to the International Marketplace in a while (or not at all), here’s a rundown of the newest establishments on the multicultural menu just off Interstate 65 on the west side.
Le Peep Restaurants of Indiana was acquired in January by a local investment group intent on making some improvements to the Indianapolis-area restaurants.
One day after shutting down his upscale southern European eatery in the Mass Ave district, local restaurateur and chef Neal Brown disclosed he was moving on to an even bigger project in partnership with former Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle.
Restaurateurs Scott and Nyla Wolf plan to open their fifth Wolfie’s Grill on the property, which has been home to several waterside restaurants over the past three decades.
Ukiyo, from the man behind Stella, Libertine and Pizzology, takes over the spot that formally housed Recess and Room Four.
A top Indy chef posted about a great restaurant an hour away. So I hopped in the car.
Serial restaurateur Mike Cunningham’s stable of eateries has swelled to 24,and he’s taking over the closed Old Point Tavern on Massachusetts Avenue and Cerulean at The Alexander hotel in CityWay.
Thoughts on Brugge’s new upstairs neighbor, Txuleta Basque Cider House.
Owner John Vassallo plans to open Nook in February with a highly-educated staff that can help diners learn how foods impact their bodies.
The restaurant at The Depot at Nickel Plate is scheduled to reopen in February, four months after closing abruptly at the same location.
A local restaurateur with a long track record in red meat and high-end dining is planning both a casual eatery and throwback watering hole at The Yard at Fishers District.
The second-oldest bar in Indianapolis will soon close its doors, clearing the way for one of the city’s most dynamic restaurateurs to take over the space.
The group behind some of the city’s hottest eateries of the last decade plans to open a “coastal Italian” concept in the space that Cerulean is vacating at the end of the month.
When downtown’s upscale Cerulean stops serving on Dec. 31, it will mark the end of a brutal year for the local restaurant industry marked by an unusually high number of closings.