Huse tells IBJ that Circle Centre needs “transformational” change and describes the company’s plans for two restaurants in Fishers.
The $110 million Yard at Fishers District will feature about 15 restaurants, including two St. Elmo-owned concepts; a Sun King tasting room; a dual-branded hotel; and hundreds of apartments.
The Indianapolis-based brewing company wouldn’t specify a location for the brewery, despite noting that a representative from the developer would be on hand at the Jan. 23 press conference.
A Miami-based operator plans to break ground this year on a vegan-friendly eatery and juice purveyor that might seed several other locations in the Indy area.
A local restaurateur with a long track record in red meat and high-end dining is planning both a casual eatery and throwback watering hole at The Yard at Fishers District.
Can downtown handle a dozen high-end temples for red meat? Indianapolis already is the eighth-most carnivorous city in the country.
Legalized marijuana has translated into booming business for Peyton Manning's Papa John's stores in the Denver area. He bought the franchises shortly before Colorado passed its legalization amendment in 2012.
Harry & Izzy’s, a spinoff to St. Elmo Steak House slated to open in mid-April at Circle Centre mall, is the city’s most anticipated
new restaurant in years–a casual cousin to St. Elmo,
with lunch service and a wider menu, including salads, pastas and pizzas, along with standbys like the famous shrimp cocktail.
St. Elmo Steak House was the top-selling restaurant in 2005, ringing up $11.3 million in sales, but the Cheesecake Factory, Oceanaire, Maggiano's Little Italy, Sullivan's Steakhouse and P.F. Chang's, among others, all topped $5 million.