Jace Swims built a tech career on the West Coast, but the pandemic brought him back to Indianapolis. He since has turned his passion for tropical fish into an entrepreneurial venture.
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
New brewery set to anchor east-side art studio property
The brewery space will feature a 1,200-square-foot taproom with seating for up to 50 people and a 3.5-barrel brewing system.Read More
The fall product season is critical for Apple, with analysts estimating that the company will generate $120 billion in revenue during the holiday quarter. That would be an all-time record.
The owner of several local Indian and Pakistani restaurants plans to open Royal Indian Restaurant and Banquet Hall at the site.
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.
Analysts say they expect supply-chain issues to cause widespread shortages, less selection and higher prices for a number of popular holiday gifts, including gaming consoles, TVs, toys and sneakers.
The Carmel-based franchisee for the line of sprawling indoor golf and entertainment centers says he’s already looking ahead to additional stores, maybe one in downtown Indianapolis.
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.
Plans for a new hotel across from Shapiro’s Delicatessen in downtown Indianapolis are moving forward after a year-long delay caused by the pandemic—now with a new name and a more experienced development team.
Altum’s Garden Center has vacated its longtime site at 11335 N. Michigan Road in Carmel and is planning to open a temporary roadside garden stand next to the Finley Creek Vineyards Event Center in Zionsville next week.
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 strategy announced Tuesday will pit Walmart against the likes of Uber, DoorDash and other delivery services. It comes as Walmart moves to expand its sources of profits and revenues beyond its core retail businesses.
For Amazon, this could be an opportunity to shake things up: Its 30,000-square-foot department stores would be about one-third the size of a traditional mall anchor, mirroring plans by many of the country’s retailers to open smaller, more easily-accessible stores.
The Indiana Occupational Health and Safety Administration, which launched an investigation at St. Elmo after an employee’s COVID-19 death, says it did not discover any violations and has closed the investigation.
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.
Economists think Americans are also shifting their spending from goods to services, things like haircuts or vacations, which are not included in Tuesday’s report. And rising prices for everything from food to washing machines might have checked spending.
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.
This will be Rise’n Roll’s fifth Indianapolis-area location, in addition to stores in Broad Ripple, Fishers, Greenwood and Avon.
Chicago-based Cloverleaf Group now owns three retail plazas in the Indianapolis area. Pyramid Place boasts a high density of nearby homes, offices, industrial sites, health-care facilities and highway traffic.
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.
The move follows steps by a slew of other retailers, including Walmart and Target, to mandate masks for their workers.