Pilsen’s Casa Indigo Leaving 18th Avenue As Owners Open up A Neighborhood Food Corridor Nearby

PILSEN — Casa Indigo is closing this summertime following just about four years on 18th Road — but it is remaining community.

Operator and chef Mer Mansuria claimed he expects to close Casa Indigo, 1314 18th St., in the up coming number of months, and he’ll open his next venture quickly after at 2100 S. Morgan St. The new spot will be a “mini-Pilsen foods hall” with numerous delicacies possibilities, such as Casa Indigo, Mansuria mentioned.

Casa Indigo will have a station serving up Mexico Metropolis-influenced street foods dishes. Yet another choice will be a globally motivated restaurant for breakfast, lunch, meal and brunch with the functioning name Indigo Mango. The 3rd spot in the foodstuff corridor will offer Mexican seafood, serving Nayarit-style foodstuff with a “beach shack style and vibe.”

The identify for the food stuff corridor is nevertheless in the performs, Mansuria reported.

Mansuria reported he’s going off 18th Avenue to offer more choices on the east side of the community and have additional room. Casa Indigo seats 25, but the new spot could seat 150 people inside and as substantially as 100 on an outdoor patio, he claimed.

“It’s starting to get seriously crowded on 18th Avenue,” Mansuria mentioned. “There’s a large amount of equivalent foodstuff locations, and we kind of want to enterprise out. We want to increase a minimal bit additional range to the food items scene and a minimal bit more to the locations that have food stuff and things like that.”

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Mer Mansuria’s new food stuff corridor-type undertaking is shifting east in Pilsen to 2100 S. Morgan St. He expects to open up in the following four-five months.

Mansuria claimed he also hopes to offer you a espresso bar, a clean sector and a organized foods-to-go portion. Following doing work at acclaimed joints Tiny Goat Diner and Dusek’s, he’s excited to have a room in which he can at last prepare dinner all the issues he’s required, he stated.

“At [Casa] Indigo, we do a very little bit of a modest menu, but we want to get to that amount where by we’re definitely pushing ahead on the delicacies and diversify the foods that is readily available right here, Mansuria said.

Related: Pochos Relocating Its Well known McKinley Park Brunch Spot To Pilsen’s 18th Avenue

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