The following restaurants are open in Carmel City Center – 


71 W. City Center Drive

A “sharing plates” restaurant from the owners of Woody’s Library Restaurant, divvy offers a diverse mix of menu items ranging from classic favorites to eclectic creations. The concept allows patrons to try and share a variety of items by ordering multiple plates.

Eggshell Bistro

51 W. City Center Drive

Eggshell Bistro’s culinary style can be best described as ‘global fusion’—healthy, rustic, fresh and often creative. A unique range of culinary twists are displayed by its namesake—the egg…with supporting roles from sides, salads, soups and sandwiches.

Holy Cow, Cupcakes!

61 W. City Center Drive

Holy Cow, Cupcakes! is Carmel’s original cupcake bakery. In its new location in Carmel City Center, Holy Cow, Cupcakes! has expanded its offerings to include other baked goods as well as coffee and espresso drinks from Metropolis Coffee Roastery in Chicago.

Hubbard & Cravens

703 Veterans Way

While coffee has long been their specialty, Hubbard and Cravens Coffee Company is applying the same passion for quality into a whole new offering – a carefully planned and researched menu of fine wines and craft beers.

Mangia! An Italian Restaurant

751 Hanover Place

Locally owned and operated since 1997, Mangia! is a cozy and romantic Italian restaurant. In Carmel City Center, it offers lunch and dinner Monday through Friday and dinner on Saturday. The new location also has an expanded wine list and additional outdoor seating in the warmer months.

Matt The Miller’s Tavern

11 W. City Center Drive

Matt the Miller’s Tavern is an upscale tavern concept that offers waiter service dining in the bar and dining room, as well as private dining. Its culinary team works hard in the kitchen to execute a menu that is diverse, slightly unusual, and freshly prepared. The menu ranges from popular appetizer items, such as the Bavarian Pretzel Bites, Pacific Rim Calamari, and Shrimp and Grits, to Flatbreads, sandwiches, pastas, and Steak and Seafood entrees, as well as a children’s menu of kid-approved favorites.

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