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HC Tavern + Kitchen to open in Fishers

FISHERS, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) – The parent company of St. Elmo Steak House, Harry & Izzy’s and Burger Study is slated to open The HC Tavern + Kitchen in Fishers next week. Huse Culinary says the new two-story American-grill will feature a unique menu and can hold up to 280 people.

The HC Tavern + Kitchen will serve lunch and dinner daily in addition to brunch on weekends. 

Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning will join Steve Huse, Craig Huse, Chris Clifford and Tom Browne as a partner to the new restaurant Manning also serves as a partner of Harry & Izzy’s. 

“As we focus on intentional growth, Fishers stood out for its progressive work to strategically attract investments, jobs and residents that provide quality growth,” said Chief Executive Officer of Huse Culinary Craig Huse. “We’ve built this restaurant as a restaurant for Hamilton County – hence the HC in the name. The new concept provides an additional dining option for our loyal guests and more career opportunities for our team. We purchased the land and built our restaurant as part of our commitment to the City to further develop the area.” 

The company is filling the restaurant’s leadership roles from within Huse Culinary group. Nathan White will join the eatery as executive chef and Justin Emery, who most recently served Restaurants Unlimited, joins the team as general manager.

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Share your questions for city leaders ahead of WISH-TV’s ‘City in Crisis,’ a Crime Watch 8 special

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — WISH-TV is breaking down the trends of violence in the city.

On Tuesday at 6 p.m., we’ll gather the city’s top leaders, including representatives from the mayor’s office, IMPD, the Fraternal Order of Police and community groups across the city, during a Crime Watch 8 Special called “City in Crisis.”

We’re going to ask your questions directly to those city leaders. So let us know: If you could ask one question to your city leaders about how to reduce crime and violence in hopes of making Indianapolis a safer place, what would it be?

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On Tuesday at 6 p.m., WISH-TV is gathering the city’s top leaders to break down trends of violence in Indianapolis.So…

Posted by WISH-TV on Friday, February 21, 2020

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