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The Botanical Bar launches campaign to open a new concept in Indy

The plant and home shop is looking to expand with a new concept offering drinks in a space with greenery.

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A location for this new concept hasn’t been shared, but we’re getting underground vibes.

Rendering via @thebotanicalbarindy

The Botanical Bar announced that it’s planning to expand — just as it’s celebrating its storefront’s second anniversary at 1103 N. College Ave. Over the course of two years, the minority, women-owned business has become known as a local favorite for tropical plants, plant care tools, and home + wellness goods.

In addition to the brick and mortar, The Botanical Bar specializes in creating custom plant design installations for homes, offices, restaurants, and boutiques.

For this new concept, owner Victoria Chantel envisions a unique new coffee, wine bar, and plant shop that will be a vibrant community hub where visitors can enjoy a drink surrounded by greenery.

To help make this dream become a reality, she’s launching a crowdfunding campaign. It has a goal of $100,000, and as of Wednesday, June 19, $715 had been pledged so far.

The campaign ends on Saturday, Nov. 30. Learn more + support.

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