Rosie’s Place coming to downtown Zionsville


By Sophie Pappas

The corner of 10 South Main Street won’t stay vacant for long.

On March 31, owner of the Noblesville-based cafe Rosie’s Place, Debbi Bourgerie, confirmed that a second location of Rosie’s Place will be opening in downtown Zionsville.

“We are excited to announce we have officially signed a lease in Zionsville,” stated Debbi in an email to Current.

The lease on the 10 South Main Street location was signed by Bourgerie on March 27.

“We are thrilled to be joining the Zionsville community. It is the small town feel similar to Noblesville, and it is the perfect spot for our second location,” she said.

Previous tenants of the space include Le Dolce Vita Patisserie, which filed for bankruptcy earlier this year, and Eagle Creek Coffee Company. Historically the building was a pharmacy and penny candy shop.

For more information on Rosie’s Place, read next week’s Current in Zionsville.

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