Brothers Brad and Brent Steven are changing the name of the business to Indigo Lounge.
Brad Steven says the connotation of a club is a much bigger place than the 250-seat bar, which can accommodate 350 in warmer weather.
He says the new feel of the place will be more of a cocktail lounge and not as much of a nightclub. There will still be music, but it won’t be as loud. The plan is to attract a bit of an older clientele along with couples and also attract more people earlier in the evening.
Brian Arenson, who is known as DJ Overpour in Kansas City, is going to take over Indigo’s operations. He’s moving here to be managing partner.
“We want someone who can really put some TLC in the place,” Steven says. “Brent and I are going to be completely hands off pretty much.”
“That’s kind of more of the direction we’re wanting to do careerwise,” Brad Steven says. “We plan on opening more restaurants. … We’re not planning on opening any more nightclubs.”
He says they do plan to keep Indigo, though.
“We love Indigo, and we want to continue to own Indigo.”