A Family Business
The Wolf Family has been bringing family, customers, community, and staff together providing family recipes and entertainment for over a decade. Opening their first Wolfies location in 2004, Scott and Nyla Wolf set on a path to create a restaurant designed for the seeker in all things sports, nature, and food. Their vision of creating a northern woods atmosphere dropped them on a lakefront view overlooking Morse Reservoir, allowing them to build on their principles and create a small community. With the support of the growing family and staff, Scott and Nyla have expanded to locations throughout Indiana including five Wolfies locations, and the Italian House, the Broken Barrel, and Nylas.
Beyond the restaurant industry, Scott and Nyla have opened their family doors to both staff and customers alike in an outreach they created in 2015 called R.I.B.S. (Restaurant Industry Bible Study). RIBS was created to share their values and morals, and give those around them a unique opportunity to participate and share as well. Their home has housed more than 200 people giving peace and faith a place to reside.
Scott, Nyla, Alec, and Ansley are still very involved in the company, and share many relationships within the Wolfies community.
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Inside Indiana Business
PENDLETON, Ind. - A popular Indianapolis-area restaurant is getting set to open its seventh location. The owners of Wolfies Grill say the new restaurant in Pendleton is slated to begin serving customers this spring.
In the tradition of Chick-fil-A, the Wolf Pack Restaurant Group decided last year to close its seven restaurants on Sundays in an observance of religious faith.
But because customer demand is so high overall, the change hasn’t hurt sales at the company’s six Wolfies Grill locations and The Italian House in Westfield.
A familiar restauranteur later this year will open a field-to-table concept in the former Rail Epicurean Grill in Westfield.
Nyla Wolf and her husband, Scott, co-own six Wolfies Grill locations, the Broken Barrel restaurant and bourbon bar in Carmel and The Italian House in Westfield (located next door to the old Rail building). Now, they’re preparing to open Nyla’s at 211 Park St. along what’s been dubbed Restaurant Row in Westfield.
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