Hawaiian-themed café to replace Hubbard & Cravens at Carmel City Center


Four new businesses are set to open at Carmel City Center this spring and summer.

Manelé Café will open in the former Hubbard & Cravens space at 703 Veterans Way. The Hawaiian-inspired restaurant will feature customizable salads and bowls and will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It will also serve Hubbard & Cravens coffee.

Owner Craig Barnum also owns Matt the Miller’s Tavern, which opened in City Center in 2012.

“We have had a great experience in Carmel with Matt the Miller’s Tavern, and we look forward to serving the community through Manelé Café for many years,” Barnum said.

The café is expected to open this summer.

Kits & Kaboodle Classic Toys will move from Westfield to 723 Hanover Place in the spring. The family-owned toy shop features items for infants through children 12 years old. The Carmel shop will have a Mary Poppins theme.

InCycle, which already has a presence in City Center, will expand this spring with InCycle Strength, a training studio to be located on the interior plaza in the United Fidelity Bank Building. InCycle Strength will offer group classes, personal training and small group training.

Gary Nance Design will open this summer at 715 Hanover Place. It offers design of floor plans and exterior elevations for high-end custom homes.

Carmel City Center is on the southwest corner of City Center Drive and Range Line Road.


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