Yes, vegans like sports, too. Cheap beer: A guide to discounted growler fills at Indianapolis breweries Big, fat guide: Restaurants with outdoor seating around Indianapolis Plat 99 333 S. Best for: Being in the mix and feeling like one of the cool kids. Sure, there are locations across the country, but the brewer here is an Indianapolis native. And, if you're looking for some great drinks, stop by a microbrewery or one of the multitudes of bars that are open until the wee hours.
Shalimar is truly a hidden gem in Broad Ripple, hidden in a strip mall, but it is certainly not one to be missed. A one-of-a-kind for profit restaurant, Public Greens dedicates 100% of its profits to The Patachou Foundation, which feeds at-risk and food insecure children in the Indianapolis Public School system. I booked our reservation on a whim and I'm glad I did. Rockstone is where craft pizza and beer meet. Get ready for sing-a-longs, dance-offs and dirty humor. Duke's 2352 S West St.
Sun King Tasting Room 135 N. IndyStar correspondent Rachel Rubenstein contributed to this story. It draws a loyal clientele of neighborhood regulars, old-school hippie types and Butler University students, but this crowded Irish pub also wins fans for its late-night eats, including cheese balls and pizza. Wildly irreverent dueling pianos rule this loud and rambunctious spot, keeping the crowd engaged all night long. It was a cozy spot, true Tiki decor and very creative and delicious cocktails! Their motto fits the bill: sports, wings, burgers, beer. Best for: Sampling a wide variety of Scottish beers, most of which are on tap.
While the Fletcher Place neighborhood loads up on trendy new hangouts, The Dugout keeps serving cheap drinks, pulled pork sandwiches and pull-tab tickets. Wash down street-inspired tacos with more than 100 tequilas and whiskeys. Our reservations were at 7:45 pm The restaurant was very busy but we were seated right away! This tavern's got a friendly vibe, good prices and decent bar food -- all the hallmarks of a classic dive. It's easy to miss the discreet sign painted in gold cursive on blacked windows at this tiny listening room and luxe cocktail lounge. High-end art decorates The Alexander hotel bar serving interesting drinks and upscale snacks.
Tappers Arcade Bar 501 Virginia Ave. Any of their specialty pizzas are delicious, or you can create your own, with a chance to choose from close to 40 traditional, exotic, and premium toppings! We also tried the Guacamole with Pork on top! The low-impact nature of the workout makes it safe enough for a pregnant woman while the high intensity of holding the movement is challenging for advanced athletes. And of course, you'll want to catch the game alongside their famous stuffed breadsticks and funky-flavored Long Island iced teas. Whatever ethnic cuisine you're craving by dinner time can be found within a few blocks, including Chinese, Mexican, Indian, Mediterranean, Italian, French, Cajun, Middle Eastern, English, and Japanese. Best for: Affordable craft pints and filling up your growlers with local goodness. Originating as a college bar, Kilroy's can get rowdy. The menu has all the good stuff, including breadsticks, tater tots and tenderloins.
. I highly recommend that for a starter! The chips are served warm and fresh. Oversize windows open on to one of the city's best patios dog-friendly at this unpretentious speakeasy-style bar serving affordable cocktails and late-night eats. Leave your mark on the graffiti-covered walls. Like we said, this is soccer central, and everybody knows it. The class then moves over to the barre where we use proprietary movements to sculpt the calves, thighs, hips, seat and lower back.
Set in the historic Athenaeum Building, The Rathskeller's German-themed restaurant and bar is best known for the giant and always packed Biergarten in the summer. We always firm up those tummies with a floor core routine and then cool down as a group. Mai tais and pina coladas on the patio are so staycation. Champps is a good spot to catch those pay-per-view boxing matches when you don't want to dish out the dough at home. It's the dream for anyone who loves to support local.
Best for: Find live music five nights a week. Not many bars in Indy have wine on tap, or skee ball. Find gourmet wood-fired pies and 24 handpicked draft beers. O K, Indianapolis is not exactly ablaze with World Cup mania -- after all, our game is basketball. Ultimate Indiana bucket list: 50+ things to do in Indianapolis and around the state Craft spirits: Here are 7 new Indianapolis distilleries and tasting rooms to try Libertine Liquor Bar 608 Massachusetts Ave. Can't wait to go back with some friends in tow. I highly recommend that for a starter! You'll feel yourself fall into a meditative state as you are guided through each movement.
It is the kind of burger that you really never want to stop eating for the rest of your life. Just save room for the also-excellent pizza. If you want a smaller, more divey feel, this is your spot. Best for: Chilling out, catching up or celebrating a special occasion over dirty martinis. Free truffle popcorn comes with every drink. Cool off on the patio out front. Throughout its time, it's housed a restaurant, a stop on the Underground Railroad and even a brothel.
Residents of Carmel and Zionsville can easily access our studio while our efficient workouts fit snugly into the busiest of schedules. We tone the arms using light weights after a group warmup in the middle of the studio. Best for: Near Bankers Life Fieldhouse and Lucas Oil stadium, it's a prime pre-game option when the Pacers or Colts are playing at home. No one will mind if you order it for dinner. Beer comes in a frosty boot mug at this contemporary honky tonk. You'll feel cool sipping a signature cocktail or ordering a beer and shot like Budweiser and bourbon. There are plenty of local and imported beers on tap, a surprisingly long wine list, and cleverly designed cocktails.