Though Pure Eatery Fishers opened its doors in April 2015, it remains a hidden gem in the Nickel Plate District. Conveniently located off 116th Street and Fishers Pointe Boulevard, it offers a centralized location for residents to walk or bike when weather permits. Walking inside, customers are immediately greeted by cheerful staff, local artwork lining the walls, and delicious smells.
Pure Eatery originated as a fast, casual restaurant in Fountain Square in Downtown Indianapolis. Today, they offer customers fresh, honest food and a full-service bar complete with a house cocktail menu. When owners, Courtney and Dave Andrus and co- owner Jason Jacobi decided to open a Fishers location, they saw an opportunity to become a pillar in the community and offer something other restaurants didn’t – nutritious and delicious food options.
“Pure Eatery stemmed from our desire to mesh the world of food,” explained owner, Courtney Andrus. “We wanted to provide locally sourced food in a way that was approachable instead of intimidating. We created a menu that we hope encourages people to eat healthier, higher-quality food, that’s still fresh and filled with delicious flavor.”
Pure Eatery is most famous for their lunch specials but will soon introduce heartier dinner specials with help from new chef, Asante Horne. Andrus teases that new options will be arriving soon, including Beef Tips, Bison Burgers, Meatloaf, and a Black Bean Burger. They also serve a Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., featuring items like breakfast tacos and a variety of breakfast sandwiches and tacos.