Loop, a two-year-old company that collects and sanitizes reusable containers, is partnering with Kroger, Walgreens, McDonald’s, Burger King and Tim Hortons.
Henke Development plans expansive clubhouse for Zionsville’s Holliday Farms community
Westfield-based Henke Development Group had its development plan for a nearly 79,000-square-foot clubhouse featuring a slew of golf- and non-golf-related amenities approved this week by the Zionsville Plan Commission.Read More
Prodigy Burger Bar, breakfast concept to take former Scotty’s space on 96th Street
The restaurants are set to open in early 2022, following a $1 million renovation of the property by restaurant group O’Reilly Holdings LLC, which owns both concepts.Read More
Former Meridian Hills Country Club chef takes leap with Bargersville bistro
Slated to open this fall, Our Table American Bistro will have an aesthetic that co-owners Joe and Ginger Miller call “Napa Valley meets Bargersville farmhouse.”Read More
Ramen chain targets Indiana, plans restaurant in Fishers
Burbank-based Jinya Ramen Bar said it has signed a deal with a franchisee to open two local restaurants early next year.Read More
A first-time downtown Indianapolis food festival featuring some of the city’s best-known restaurants and brewers is already nearly a sellout, organizers said this week.
Brackett, who played for the Indianapolis Colts from 2003 to 2011, got into the restaurant business after retiring from the NFL. He closed his Stacked Pickle sports-bar chain in May 2020 because of the pandemic.
Finney Hospitality Group has secured a 5,500-square-foot space for the watering hole and taco eatery, hoping to capitalize on growing foot traffic on Midtown Plaza.
When it reopens in Avon, the barbecue hotspot will serve its own customers while accommodating two virtual takeout-and-delivery-only concepts—The Wing Experience and The Burger Experience.
The restaurant’s co-owner, Kanlaya Browning, co-owns 10 Thai restaurants, nine of which are in the Indianapolis area. Oishii will offer a fusion cuisine of both sushi and ramen.
This will be the first Indiana location for Pickleman’s, a Missouri-based chain with 24 locations. The local franchisees plan to open a total of four Indianapolis-area stores over the next four years.
Breadworks, a Greencastle-based bakery and restaurant, is opening an outpost this fall at the former home of Locally Grown Gardens on 54th Street, thanks in large part to a strong connection with late Indianapolis chef Greg Hardesty.
Named The Fountain Room, the 6,300-square-foot restaurant from Noblesville-based Clancy’s Inc. will pay tribute to the property’s past as a Coca-Cola bottling plant.
The idea of having customers periodically pay in advance for products or services is nothing new. But within the past year, at least five Indianapolis-based food and beverage retailers have launched subscription services.
Wages have been rising rapidly as the economy reopens and businesses struggle to hire enough workers. Some of the biggest gains have gone to workers in some of the lowest-paying industries.
Owners Jay and Chelsey Wetzel announced on Thursday that they had purchased a building that would give the pub a large patio with copious outdoor seating.
Korave Korean BBQ, which opened at the restaurant accelerator in 2019, plans to exit the nest in September. The brothers who own the restaurant are also eyeing spots for another Indy-area location.
Fishers resident Tiffany Schlueter is planning to open the state’s second Bruster’s Ice Cream franchise in an 1,800-square-foot space at 12350 Olio Road by early November.
Punkin’s Pies Sweet Treats opened this summer in a hot pink shipping container at The AMP at 16 Tech.
The Hulman restaurant is the result of a partnership with the IMS Museum, which holds rights to Tony Hulman’s name and likeness.
The Wine Market, which opened on Virginia Avenue in 2017, is bursting at the seams. Its owners are investing more than $2 million to buy and renovate a new space in the heart of Fountain Square.
Chicago-based Fabio Viviani Hospitality Group is partnering with Giant Eagle’s Market District to open Osteria Carmel in the former Table by Market District space.
The downtown sports bar and casual dining restaurant opened in Circle Centre at the corner of Washington and Illinois streets in 2001 as Champps Americana.
Nicholas “Nick” Iaria, the grandson of the founders of Iaria’s Italian Restaurant, is credited with turning the business into one of the city’s landmark eateries under his leadership from the 1970s to the early 2000s.