Ed Sahm, the restaurant group’s founder and owner, said the pandemic-related exodus of downtown office workers meant the two locations are no longer financially viable.
Deliveries to sequestered March Madness teams boosting business, restaurants say
While they’re sequestered during March Madness, teams are ordering everything from pizza to soul food—and local restaurants are seeing a much-needed bump in business as a result.Read More
Sahm’s to reopen 96th Street restaurant with new concept
Sahm’s Bar & Grill, which has been closed since March due to the pandemic, is reopening as Hoss Bar & Grill, a modern highway diner concept offering burgers, sandwiches, salads, a dinner menu, beer and cocktails.Read More
IBJ Podcast: ‘Tumultuous.’ That’s how restaurateur Eddie Sahm describes surviving the pandemic.
There’s one thing Eddie is certain about: Without more government assistance, a large percentage of local restaurants will close. And that, he said, won’t be good for the community.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Sahm’s—one restaurant company’s story about the impact of coronavirus
Sahm’s Restaurant Group has retooled its operations to benefit the not-for-profit Second Helpings and to create a series of marketplaces, where customers can get takeout meals as well as grocery items.Read More
Fishers-based Sahm’s Restaurant Group has teamed up with OneAmerica Financial Partners Inc. and the not-for-profit food relief organization Second Helpings to launch a meal-preparation operation.
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.