The brand-new Stutz building in downtown Indianapolis boasts four woman-run businesses. From breakfast and bridal suites to branding and botanicals, here is your run-down on all things women-owned in the Stutz building.
Owned and run by restaurateur and activist Martha Hoover, cafe Patachou has captured the hearts (and stomachs) of Indianapolis. With six other locations, this cafe’s menu features unique flavors and locally sourced ingredients.
Owned by Amanda and Eric Griffith, this adorable plant haven is a one-stop shop for all things plants and florals. Need a unique and fun pot? Need a cute succulent to add to the plant family? They’ve got you covered. Learn more about them in our article, 7-Women Owned Plant Stores in Indy.
Co-owned by Caitlin Byczko, Myriad Health + Fitness isn’t just a place to exercise, it’s a community. From yoga to Crossfit to nutrition longevity, Myriad meets its members where they’re at to achieve their ever-evolving health goals.
Owned by Julie Johnston, this events space is a “creative meeting and wedding venue known for its modern design meets character and cutting-edge technology.” It can host indoor and outdoor events for up to 425 guests, and it has ALL of the natural light.