Prodigy Burger Bar and Big Bear Biscuits to open in former 96th Street Scotty’s Brewhouse

September 14, 2021 (Indianapolis) – Rubenstein Partners, L.P. (including its affiliates, “Rubenstein”), a vertically integrated real estate investment adviser focused on value-added office property equity and debt opportunities, and Indianapolis-based Strategic Capital Partners, LLC (“SCP”), a commercial real estate development firm, are pleased to announce two new restaurant leases in Lakefront at Keystone, a northside Indianapolis Class A office park with more than one million square feet.

Prodigy Burger Bar and Big Bear Biscuits secured long-term leases to share 10,000 square feet in the former Scotty’s Brewhouse at 3905 E. 96th Street. Both restaurants project an early 2022 opening.

Prodigy Burger Bar (PBB), currently owned by O’Reilly’s Holdings, LLC, opened its first location at Clay Terrace in 2017 and now numbers six eateries in Carmel, Geist, Greenwood, Indianapolis, Kokomo and West Carmel. The new 96th Street venue will be its seventh and the largest of the sister stores. PBB made its mark creating craft burgers, including Wagyu, with unique combinations. Its menu also includes a build-your-own burger option, small plate style appetizers, sandwiches, seafood, steaks, salads, non-alcoholic and adult milkshakes and a family friendly games area for children.

Big Bear Biscuits (BBB), a partnership between Indianapolis restaurateur Keith Reilly and Indianapolis chef Dean Sample, is a new, one-of-a-kind venture offering breakfast and lunch options featuring biscuits and an extensive local coffee program complete with specialty brews and an outside walk-up window. Sample is BBB’s creator and managing partner. His restaurant experience includes more than seven years as Executive Chef at the Northside Social and the Meridian Restaurant. Sample is also serving as Prodigy’s Culinary Director and is responsible for their recent menu refresh.

Both restaurants will offer inside and outside dining, catering, delivery as well as carry out service so patrons can enjoy their meals at one of Lakefront’s new amenity areas.

Reilly is already working on community involvement ideas to give back as PBB has done in its other locations. “We’re very excited to be part of the 96th Street revitalization and eager to serve the Lakefront at Keystone tenants, local businesses, shoppers and area residents,” he said.

Lakefront at Keystone ownership is pleased to add restaurants that will complement the newly added amenities at the Park. “We are excited about working with a renowned hospitality professional like Keith Reilly to open his seventh Prodigy Burger Bar and the first of its kind Big Bear Biscuits right here in Lakefront at Keystone. These two dynamic new restaurants will complement the existing offerings on 96th Street and provide another great amenity for our office tenants as well as the neighborhood,” said Brian Simel, Rubenstein Partners.

Richard Horn, SCP’s CEO added, “While Lakefront at Keystone is a well-located office park with unrivaled amenities, we’re not resting on our laurels. We are committed to delivering the best tenant experience possible and opening these two restaurant concepts in one location will give our tenants all-day dining options.”

CBRE’s Scott Wise and Steve Delaney handled the lease transaction for the landlord and ALO Property Group’s Gary Perel represented the tenant