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.
An Indianapolis-based company that specializes in lending money to restaurant franchisees has filed suit against the operator of 70 fast-food restaurants in Indiana and three other states, claiming it breached its loan agreements.
A 43-year-old pizza chain with more than 100 restaurants in 22 states is planning its first foray into Indianapolis with a location near the airport. It also plans a Whitestown location early next year.
The chain's performance declined after founder Scott Wise sold it in December 2016, and in recent months it has closed four restaurants and announced plans to close a fifth.
The company sells fresh-made food via vending machines it calls “fridges.” It plans to deploy 18 machines here this month, with plans to add more over time.
The iconic Fishers restaurant known for its giant pork tenderloin sandwiches and its historic downtown building is set to close later this month after 28 years in operation.
After operating for decades downtown, the family-owned business is heading for its third location within the past two years—a carriage house in the Historic Meridian Park neighborhood.
The second location of Rize will have twice the space as the original Rize at Ironworks Hotel in Indianapolis.
Eddie Sahm talks to host Mason King about growing up in restaurants, his parents’ expectations for his career and how his skills differ from those of his father, Ed Sahm.
Sahm’s Restaurant Group focuses on filling underserved niches, making its customers happy with unpretentious food, and building deep connections with the neighborhoods in which it operates.
The airport’s board is set to vote Friday on concessions contracts for the burger chain and 11 other local and national airport newcomers. In all, the contracts cover 19 food and beverage spots.
The District Tap is proceeding with plans to open a location at 141 S. Meridian St. after receiving approval to add a patio door on Georgia Street.
Three more suburban communities are seeking to impose a food and beverage tax to help fund infrastructure, public safety and quality-of-life improvements.
The Ohio-based boutique chain, established in 2013, plans to open three stores in local malls this year.