A new burger bar will soon be opening in Clay Terrace.
Prodigy is expected to open in the former Ted’s Montana Grill space in November. In addition to its burger menu, it will offer craft beer, dueling pianos on Friday and Saturday evenings and 24 televisions for watching sports.
Restaurateur Jeremiah Hamman, who is the general manager of Prime 47 and co-founder of CharBlue, is partnering with Patrick McIlvenna and Roger Curry to open Prodigy. Hamman said they began “moving quickly” to develop the concept once they heard the Ted’s Montana Grill space would become available.
With current Clay Terrace food offerings including three higher-end restaurants, a food court and fast-casual burger chain Red Robin, Hamman said Prodigy is designed to offer a dining style not currently available for shoppers.
“We immediately began working on a concept we felt the center needed,” Hamman said. “We wanted a concept that would fill the void of that mid-level sandwich, sporty, fun environment where people from Carmel, Westfield and Zionsville could come and grab a bite to eat.”
The restaurant will be family-friendly and include a play area and $5 kids menu. It will also have a huge outdoor patio with garage doors and fire pits, Hamman said.