Three eateries, three businesses opening in Circle Centre Mall


INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — Six new businesses will call Circle Centre home by the end of summer.

Three of the businesses will be new dining options for mall-goers and visitors of downtown. Chin Sushi House will open on the third-floor concourse. Seoul Fresh will open in the dining pavilion and offer authentic Korean-Mexican food including drunken burritos and Gangnam-style chicken. Thai Sweet House will offer "edible floral arrangements" in the form of rolled ice cream — a trend that's been popping up across the country.

In addition to dining options, three other businesses will open as well.

Home Grown Indiana, Execuwell and Purdue Polytechnic High School of Indianapolis will make a home in the downtown mall.

“We are very pleased to announce the addition of these unique retail, non-retail and dining destinations” said Audrie Thompson, general manager for Circle Centre Mall. “These new occupants are evidence of the changes we continue to make to better meet the needs of a changing downtown landscape.”

The openings are part of the largest renovation in 25 years for Circle Centre Mall.