After eight years since opening our doors in Noblesville, Rosie’s is planning to open its third location at 1111 W. Main Street at the Olivia in Carmel. We look forward to welcoming new and familiar faces when we officially open later this summer.
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Zionsville Times Sentinel: Indiana Gov. Mike Pence chats with Rosie’s Place owners Michael and Debbi Bourgerie Friday afternoon, July 24. Pence stopped by the restaurant and chatted with local leaders Mayor Jeff Papa, Town Council President Steve Mundy, Zionsville Police Chief Rob Knox, Perry Township Fire Chief Doug Everett and Town Director of Planning and Economic Development Wayne DeLong, … Continue reading Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, visits Zionsville
WORKERS PREPARE fresh-baked goods Thursday morning, Dec. 18, at Rosie’s Place, 10 S. Main St. The popular breakfast and lunch restaurant opened a Zionsville location in addition to its Noblesville locale. Zionsville Times Sentinel: Rosie’s Place is no longer just on the square in Noblesville; the popular breakfast and lunch restaurant has now opened on the bricks in Zionsville. Rosie’s opened its … Continue reading Rosie’s opens on the bricks
Zionsville Times Sentinel: Rosie’s Place will soon take its place among the Main street merchants in Zionsville. The Noblesville eatery plans to open a second location at 10 S. Main St., most recently home to Le Dolce Vita Patisserie, which closed in January, six months after occupying the space vacated by Eagle Creek Coffee Company. Le Dolce’s Facebook page had a post congratulating Rosie’s on the … Continue reading Rosie’s Place plans Zionsville location
People crave more than just great food from a restaurant. They want an experience, one where the atmosphere is inviting, there are no dishes to wash and the service is genuine and friendly. Noblesville residents know of a place like that. They call it Rosie’s Place. Click here to download article
Owner-chef sharing old family recipes and expertise in new Rosie’s Place on the Square in Noblesville. The timing was right. Her three girls had grown into teen-agers. Her husband had a good job. And after moving from St. Louis to the Boston area, the Bourgerie family was comfortably settled in Hamilton County. All Debbi Bourgerie needed now to return to what she was … Continue reading Look Who’s Back in the Kitchen