Eat Sheet: Kuma’s Corner, Neal Brown, and More

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Kuma Corner's Absu burger, topped with queso fresco, deep-fried chili peppers, tomatillo salsa, Pepperjack chesse, and avocado–red onion relish. Photo via Kuma Corner's Facebook.
The Absu burger from Kuma’s Corner gets topped with queso fresco, deep-fried chili peppers, tomatillo salsa, pepper Jack cheese, and avocado–red onion relish. Photo via Kuma’s Corner’s Facebook.

» Chicago-based burger joint Kuma’s Corner is opening its first location outside of the Windy City in Fountain Square (1127 Prospect St.). Keep an eye on the restaurant’s Facebook for the reveal of the grand-opening date.

» Pizzology and Libertine owner Neal Brown has targeted Fletcher Place (638 Virginia Ave.) for his new taco shop, according to the IBJ.

» Beloved Bloomington restaurant Topo’s 403 (403 N. Walnut St., 812-676-8676) has reopened with a revamped menu developed by new head chef Anthony Gabriele.

» According to The Star, Kroger’s Carmel location will debut its $10.8M expansion this Thursday, which includes a sushi train, cafe bistro, cakes from Broad Ripple’s Cake Bake Shop, and more.

 

 

 

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