The AMP, an artisan marketplace and food hall located in the 16 Tech Innovation District in the near northwest side of Indianapolis, has announced seven additional tenants including a taqueria, fusion cuisine concept and natural drink bar. The new tenants are set to open to the public later this month.
The AMP will feature a variety of restaurant and retail concepts. The 40,000-square-foot space features shipping containers, food stalls, an open-air bar, communal seating, and community gathering and event space.
The AMP will offer residents, visitors and tenants dine-in, drink-in and grab-and-go options.
The additional tenants include:
- Andres BBQ and Seafood
- Azucar Morena
- Healthy Soul
- Mambo’s Cheesesteak
- The Food Architect Natural Drink & Sea Moss Bar
The tenants join Circle City Sweets, Tinker Coffee, PROX Salads and Frankie’s Pizza Parlor who are currently operating from the space, as well as previously announced tenants including Black Orchid, Boba & Everything, Innova Wings & Greens, Melon Kitchen, PB&J Factory, Punkin’s Pies, Waterway Fish Market and Yamallama Deli.
“In this area, there has always been a food desert,” said Corey McDaniel, owner of The Food Architect Natural Drink & Sea Moss Bar. “I am excited to be able to bring healthy options – and not just products and services, but more information, so that people can be proactive about their health.”
The public is invited to the AMP’s opening celebration June 21 through June 27.