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Explore the 3 freshest new businesses to launch in Indianapolis

Explore the 3 freshest new businesses to launch in Indianapolis
BurgerIM. | Photo: Janette U./Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on April 30, 2019.

Interested in exploring the freshest new spots in Indianapolis? From an American restaurant to a children's play place, read on for a rundown of the newest businesses to make their debut around town.

The Point On Penn

PHOTO: THE POINT ON PENN/YELP

The Point On Penn is a downtown breakfast, brunch and traditional American spot, offering coffee, tea and more, that recently opened at 605 N. Pennsylvania St.

Drop by for lunch and try its buffalo chicken wrap. Or opt for a variety of soups, salad bowls and sandwiches like the Hoosier, which comes with cheese and both cured and smoked ham. You'll also find breakfast items like the buttermilk biscuits and gravy. (View the menu here.)

BurgerIM

Photo: Randall W./Yelp

BurgerIM is a traditional American spot, offering burgers and chicken wings, that recently opened at 7035 E. 96th St. in Castleton. According to ibj.comit's the second Indiana eatery for the chain, which boasts 170 locations throughout the country.

This spot offers up the option to build your own burger, with a variety of meats like dry-aged beef, chicken, chorizo and lamb. Top off your creation with sauces and fixings, such as chipotle mayo, garlic aioli, avocado or an egg, sunny side up. 

Smiley

PHOTO: MARISSA S./YELP

Smiley is an indoor playcenter, playground and kids activity spot, that recently opened its doors at 5729 E. 86th St. in Castleton.

A popular place for children's birthdays, this spot features multiple play areas, according to indywithkids.com — there's a plastic ball pit with slides, teeter-totters, a rock climbing area with a foam pit and a room with artificial snow and virtual ocean animals.

Children and parents alike can also take a break in the snack area, which offers wings, pizza and Thai-rolled ice cream.


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