September 25th, 2023 Restaurant News

Starting off with a closure: Chef Ian Phillips of Three Carrots, the vegan restaurant in Fountain Square, has announced that the restaurant will close on Oct. 1. Three Carrots first opened as a stand at City Market almost 10 years ago.
There will be six new restaurant concepts launching at Fishers Test Kitchen. The concepts, which range from Chick Magnet to Wurst-n-Weiner, will rotate daily through one of the stands.
Loco Mexican Restaurant, which has two locations in Indy, will be opening a quick-service taqueria downtown at Market and New Jersey streets.
On the northwest side, El Caporal, has opened at 39th and Georgetown Road with an authentic Mexican menu including steak and homemade soups.
An aviation-inspired cafe has opened in Greenwood. Runway 19 Coffee features coffee, espressos, teas, baked goods and sandwiches in the Hangar on Emerson apartment development on Emerson Pointe Drive near the Indy South Greenwood Airport.

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