By Mark Ambrogi
Another Broken Egg Cafe is headed to Fishers and Peggy Cseresznyes couldn’t be more pleased.
“We’ve been asked numerous times when we were opening in Fishers,” Cseresznyes said of her restaurant investment group. “It just took us awhile to find the right spot and I think we did.”
The restaurant has agreed to be the first retail tenant of The Switch, leasing 3,400 square feet. It will be on the first floor of The Flats at The Switch on Municipal Drive. The Switch is a mixed-used development with more than 100 apartment units, a 400-space parking garage along with office and retail space.
The Another Broken Egg Cafe owners signed a letter of intent and plan to open in early 2016.
“Another Broken Egg Cafe will be great addition to our downtown,” Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness stated in a release. “The Nickel Plate District offers a connected destination for a great meal, shopping and entertainment, and we are excited about the companies that are choosing to join the already established businesses in the area. We look forward to the lease being finalized and welcoming them to Fishers.”
Cseresznyes said she is optimistic the lease is close to being finalized.
Cseresznyes moved from Fishers to Noblesville in January, but had lived in Fishers for more than 16 years. Her son is a junior at Fishers High School and her two daughters graduated from that school. Susan Sapp, another co-owner, lives in Fishers. There are two other area co-owners, Larry Griggers, Indianapolis, and Jeff Blair, Carmel.
Cseresznyes said she and Sapp have worked for Hoosier Hospitality, the management group for more than 15 years.
“I think it is going to give Fishers more of a downtown with the amphitheater and the parties in the park they’ve been having for the last couple of years,” Cseresznyes said. “It’s certainly grown by leaps and bounds since I moved here.”
Cseresznyes and her fellow co-owners opened Another Broken Egg Cafe at 96th and Meridian nearly two years ago. The group operates five Ruth’s Chris restaurants, two in Indianapolis, two in St. Louis and one in South Bend.
“We have two passions in life, food and the communities we serve,” Griggers stated. “The Switch offers a location in the heart of Nickel Plate District where residents can become regulars, and we look forward to seeing our customers each week.”
The Switch is being developed by Loftus Robinson and broke ground last summer.