A former Logan’s Roadhouse is expected to become home to the second Twin Peaks sports “lodge” in Indiana.
Bar planned in Bates-Hendricks to focus on wine-based daiquiris
The future Daiquiri Factory occupies 3,000 square feet in a building that includes hair salon Bang (A Salon).Read More
Experts select 10 of the best-designed restaurants and bars in central Indiana
The Rathskeller and Vida lead a list of the area’s top 10 best designed restaurants and bars, selected by AIA Indianapolis.Read More
Fountain Square cocktail bar Thunderbird announces plans to close
Thunderbird revived the legacy of a building that hosted rockabilly shows in the 1950s and country music shows in the 1970sRead More
Sports bar and restaurant chain set for South Meridian Street
Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux will move into the former home of two troubled downtown bars: Taps & Dolls and After 6 Lounge. Building owner Todd Johnson is teaming with an NFL Hall of Fame linebacker on the project.Read More
The Alley Cat will take over the Egyptian Cafe’s previous location, in a move that will transform the schedule and perhaps the identity of one of the city’s signature dive bars.
The husband-and-wife team of Dan and Anna Cage will add the bar, called Nowhere Special, to a portfolio that includes Broad Ripple restaurant Ambrosia, Fall Creek Place restaurant Bocca and Fountain Square speakeasy Commodore.
The Ohio-based brewer plans to begin serving pizza and craft beer Thursday in part of the former Granite City Food & Brewery location in the downtown mall.
Owners of the tavern, which was plagued by complaints about noise and public indecency after it opened in 2020, are seeking to add 2,940 square feet to the existing 2,300-square-foot building before reopening the business.
Candace Anastasio’s take on an old-fashioned became a signature drink at St. Elmo Steak House and now is the latest entry in its line of signature retail products.
Planned closures on the south side of Indianapolis and in Zionsville will leave Books & Brews with just two locations, down from 10 in 2019.
Sardar Biglari expects to spend at least $3 million to renovate the historic C.A. Schrader building’s top floor and construct an addition to the neighboring structure.
The bar opened on the first floor of the Forte apartment building, 1140 Shelby St., in September 2019.
At a Marion County hearing earlier this month, police representatives detailed hundreds of runs to the bar and a neighboring night spot to respond to fights and other incidents.
Some bars and liquor stores think they’ve found a way to punish Russia for invading Ukraine: They’re pulling Russian vodka off their shelves and pushing Ukrainian brands instead.
The tasting room and production site near the Boone County Courthouse will become third 1205 Distillery location, joining sites in Fletcher Place and Westfield.
The outbreaks are a reminder of the risks that front line workers continue to face on the job, and the central role that workplaces can play in the transmission of the virus.
The new nightclub owner wants to bring visual opulence associated with Las Vegas to building that was home to One Up Arcade from 2018 to 2020.
The Mass Ave bar known for its vast selection of bourbons and whiskeys has closed after seven years in business.
Meeting & Event Planning Guide: Great cocktails to try in downtown Indy—and the recipes to make them at home
From fancy options to one you can take with you, we’ve got several options to choose from.
The owners of The Greatest of All Taverns, known as The GOAT, are trying to rezone their property in Carmel’s Midtown to allow the bar and restaurant to reopen. Now, city staff members are trying to determine a potential suitable zoning designation.
The historic Chatterbox Jazz Club on Massachusetts Avenue downtown is so tiny that opening under pandemic restrictions would have meant just 20 or so people could be inside. That’s no way to make money. But now, the restrictions are gone and the club is about to reopen.
The owners say the Carmel Board of Zoning Appeals’ decision to deny a zoning variance that would permit the tavern “was arbitrary and capricious.” They also point to other bars and restaurants in close proximity to The GOAT that are allowed to operate.
Local restaurant owners battling a nationwide labor shortage are using alternative recruiting techniques and financial incentives to try to staff a returning dinner rush.