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New restaurant will feature breakfast foods

Noe Cuautle, left, his uncle Gavy, center, and brother Ruben, along with his father, Juan, will be opening Berry’s Pancake House in the former Buster’s Steakhouse on Park Road.

By DARRELL SMITH - dsmith@newsexaminer.com

Restaurant row on Park Road is growing with the addition of Berry’s Pancake House. It is expected to open in about a month.

The growing number of eating establishments on Park Road does not bother owner Noe Cuautle and his father, Juan, and brother, Ruben. Noe Cuautle said the group of restaurants will draw hungry people, benefiting them all.

Their sign has been erected to make motorists aware that pancakes and other breakfast foods will soon be available in the former Buster’s building.

But no one involved is named Berry.

As the family discussed a name, they chose it because of the berries that will be available as toppings on pancakes, waffles and other items, Cuautle said. And it sounds good for a breakfast place.

“Me and my dad have been working for a breakfast place for a long time and we decided it is time to open up our own business,” Cuautle said. “We got the opportunity over here in Connersville and decided to take a shot.”

The building is already set up nicely so there will not need to be any major work done, he said.

Berry’s will feature breakfast items all day: pancakes, omelettes, eggs, waffles, salads, biscuits and sides. Other menu items may be added for dinner. 

The restaurant will employ 10-12 people when the doors are opened and then hopefully more if they get busy, Cuautle said.

The family lives near Greenwood, south of Indianapolis.

“We are thinking about moving here because it is an hour and a half drive,” he said. “We are looking for a house over here already.”