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A big weekend of businesses opening around Indy

Now that Memorial Day + race weekend are behind us, businesses around the city (and beyond) are celebrating their grand openings. Here’s a roundup of the new additions.

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Chucky-D is owned by three partners who also manage Japanese hibachi, ramen, and sushi restaurants in central Indiana.

Photo by @chuckydusa

Last weekend was a big one for businesses in and around Indy, with several grand openings taking place. Here are all the new experiences you can add to your summer to-do list.

  • Chucky-D opened on Saturday in the former Punch Burger space at 139 E. Ohio St. The restaurant serves chicken wings, skewers, tenders, and sandwiches with Asian-inspired flavors. Another location is planned to open in Noblesville this summer.
  • A new cidery opened on Friday in Westfield. Urban Apples, located at 18326 Spring Mill Rd., is open daily and serves nine unique ciders + German-inspired food.
  • Okay, this one’s a bit of a drive, but we know how dedicated Indiana basketball fans are. A new museum opened inside the Terre Haute Convention Center on Friday that commemorates basketball legend Larry Bird. “My journey started over 40 years ago. And... never really felt I went alone because of fans like you,” Bird said. Admission is free, but reservations are required.
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