October 30th, 2023 Restaurant News

Fusion Fish & Loaves has opened in the Bargersville area at Ind. 135 and Smokey Row Road with a menu of tacos, burritos, sandwiches and fish and chips.
Azzip Pizza, which launched in Evansville, Ind., in 2014, and now has about 10 locations, will be opening soon on North Michigan Road.
Haberdasher Artisan Distillery, specializing in small-batch whiskey and gin, has opened inside the Garment Factory Events space in Franklin, Ind., Johnson County’s first active distillery since the Civil War.
Dry Bones Mud House, which opened in 2018 at 525 S. Meridian St., is closing as of Oct. 31 and will be reopening as a barbecue and brew cafe on Main Street in New Palestine in December along with Smoking’ Barrel BBQ.

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