Candace Anastasio’s take on an old-fashioned became a signature drink at St. Elmo Steak House and now is the latest entry in its line of signature retail products.
East Coast wing chain planning multiple locations in Indianapolis area
Atomic Wings, a fast-casual chicken wing chain, plans to makes its Midwest debut in Indiana after signing a 10-unit development deal with an Indianapolis-based businessman who is well-acquainted with operating restaurant franchises.Read More
La Margarita co-owner plans Mass Ave spot for private dining
Proper is planned as a private dining concept and variety shop in the former location of Mimosa & a Masterpiece.Read More
Drive-thru coffee shop 7 Brew plans expansion to Indianapolis
Arkansas-based 7 Brew launched a franchise program after the founders of Jimmy John’s and Lone Star Steakhouse invested in the company.Read More
Ellison Brewing Co. cites decreased downtown activity in decision to close
The owner of the craft beer business founded in Michigan said the COVID-19 pandemic sealed the fate of the downtown Indianapolis location near Rolls-Royce Meridian Center.Read More
The gunman placed his laptop in the oven at his apartment with a can of butane before departing for the shooting, police have said. The oven was on and set to a high temperature.
Altitude Trampoline Park is looking for spaces that are at least 25,000 square feet, with 18-foot ceilings or taller, and is open to taking anchor spots in shopping centers.
Some think delivery demand could drop further. Chase Design, a consulting firm, says its surveys show the number of U.S. shoppers who plan to use grocery delivery “all the time” has fallen by half since 2021.
No fewer than a dozen chicken-centric restaurants having either just opened in the Indianapolis area or plan to do so soon.
The Hy-Vee grocery chain, which already announced plans to build a supermarket in Zionsville, also is planning a store in Fishers, the grocer confirmed Tuesday.
Planned closures on the south side of Indianapolis and in Zionsville will leave Books & Brews with just two locations, down from 10 in 2019.
Walmart’s move to lower its profit outlook in the middle of the quarter is rare and raised worries about how inflation, the highest in 40 years, is affecting the entire consumer sector.
Paul Dytmire and Andy Klotz are learning it requires patience and money to develop and sell a product that helps cornhole players answer an often-heard question: “What’s the score?”
Slim Chickens, which offers a menu that includes chicken tenders, wings, sandwiches, wraps, chicken and waffles, and salads, has about 150 restaurants in at least 29 states, plus the United Kingdom and Kuwait.
Toys R Us and its mascot Geoffrey the Giraffe are trying to make another brick-and-mortar comeback ahead of the holiday season, after the brand filed for bankruptcy and closed all of its 800 U.S. stores four years ago.
New York City-based Five Iron Golf’s planned facility is expected to feature 12 golf simulators as well as televisions, leisure games, a full-service restaurant and a bar.
Experts say shopping center landlords have adopted extensive safety measures over the years to try to prevent mass casualty events, but going overboard with security can discourage business.
On Monday morning, the Johnson County Coroner’s Office said two men were pronounced dead at the scene, and a woman and a man were pronounced dead at local hospitals.
Nine of the 13 retail categories showed increases last month, according to the report, including furniture stores, e-commerce and sporting-goods stores.
A 151-year-old business that helps Indiana’s music students improve their craft is on the move to Fishers after spending the past 33 years headquartered in Indianapolis.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is advertising for managers to oversee restaurants in Noblesville and Avon that will open late this year.
The changing mindset comes as companies confront a pullback in consumer spending, the prospect of an economic downturn and surging labor costs.
Improvements are already evident in the mall with promises of more to come.
Kohl’s shares tumbled as much as 20%, to $28.50 each, Friday morning, their biggest drop since March 2020. The stock had already fallen 28% so far this year through Thursday’s close.