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7 Moe’s Southwest Grill restaurants in the Indianapolis region will temporarily close



Indianapolis, Indiana – If you’re wondering why the Moe’s in your neighborhood seems to be closed, it probably is.

Seven of Moe’s Southwest Grill’s locations will be closed starting on Monday in the greater Indianapolis area, the restaurant chain stated.

According to a corporate spokeswoman who talked to News 8, each location of the grill is independently owned and run, and the choice to close a location is based on a variety of criteria.

The stores in Greenwood, Fishers, IUPUI, Noblesville, and Lebanon are currently closed. The choice to close a location is based on a variety of circumstances, a Moe’s representative said on Monday.

The following is a list of the affected areas:

• Fishers Town Commons – 8235 E. 116th St.
• Greenwood – 7853 U.S. 31 S.
• Indianapolis – 910 West 10th St.
• Lebanon – 1519 W. South St.
• Muncie – 909 W. McGalliard Rd.
• Noblesville – 9510 E. 146th St.
• West Lafayette – 332 E. State St.

The duration of the closures is unknown, according to the company. However, the business claims that its Westfield and Zionsville restaurants would remain open in the interim if you need to get your Moe’s fix.

• Zionsville – 11306 N. Michigan Rd.
• Westfield – 3300 IN-32.