Buca offers a fun atmosphere with a diverse menu featuring Italian favorites served family-style. Semi-private areas are available. Staff enjoys working with groups to stay in budget while delivering a memorable dining experience.
Located on level three of Circle Centre mall, the food court is perfect place to release your group for fast dining options, including many ethnic eateries. The food court has ample seating to accommodate large groups.
Great food served up by intentionally obnoxious staff makes for loads of laughs and satisfied stomachs. Perfect for student groups and adults who want a unique dining experience. Group pricing available.
Located inside the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, and overlooking the scenic downtown canal with indoor and outdoor seating. Groups welcome for lunch with or without admission to museum. Private dining space is available.
Tour operators across the country appreciate the Hard Rock Café approach to taking care of groups. In Indy, the Hard Rock Café team will help you plan an experience within budget and time available.
Groups dine in a beautiful homelike setting, with family-style serving of pan- fried chicken, steaks, homemade biscuits and more. Hollyhock Hill is an 80-year-old dining tradition known throughout the Midwest.
Enjoy the market’s eclectic vendors, serving soups, sandwiches, crepes, pastries, Greek, Mexican, and Italian…you get the picture. In an historic landmark with produce, meat and seafood vendors, it’s a great place to tour and eat.
Go Colts! At this downtown restaurant, groups experience friendly service, great food, and of course, football. A nice collection of memorabilia and photos bring the NFL to your dining experience.
A century old home in the 1950s was transformed into the Iron Skillet, a landmark restaurant serving family-style specialties (many of which are indeed prepared in iron skillets!) Groups enjoy the easy pace and fresh floral decorations that adorn the tables.
Indy has a long and storied jazz history, and The Jazz Kitchen presents nightly concerts featuring outstanding regional talent. Choose among full entrees to salads and sandwiches. Groups welcome.
Serving for more than 20 years some of the city’s best “Southern-style culinary bliss” and featuring down home recipes. Kountry Kitchen is a local favorite with frequent national celebrity visitors.
Dine in a beautifully restored barn overlooking Indiana’s largest organic dairy farm. Memorable menu selections feature Indiana produce and meats, along with scrumptious ice cream made by Traders Point Creamery.
Groups love Maggiano’s attention to detail and robust Italian fare such as Mom’s lasagna; Taylor Street baked ziti, and tiramisu. Private rooms available, group pricing.
Their motto comes true with each dining experience – “a taste of love in every bite.” Whether it’s the signature chicken with waffles, specialty omelets with house potatoes or made from scratch desserts, Maxine’s will please all taste buds.
A contemporary, casual restaurant located along the Mass Ave cultural district, has perfect group dining venues (inside or in the courtyard) and a delicious innovative menu with many items sourced to Indiana farms.
Presenting a mix of German and contemporary American fare, in the midst of an old-style German pub and outdoor biergarten. Experience includes an international beer selection at one of Indiana’s most unique bars.
Waterfront dining is served up at Rick’s along the beautiful Eagle Creek reservoir. Featuring fresh seafood, steaks and cocktails, groups flock to Rick’s for the sunsets, boats and excellent service.
A fresh dining experience located at The Fashion Mall, with a seasonal menu featuring grilled items.
A landmark restaurant in Indy and rated one of America’s top delicatessens, Shapiro’s serves up giant corned beef sandwiches on rye, homemade soups, salads and specialty items. Served cafeteria-style, groups can be accommodated in private room.
Located on the 36th floor of the One America Tower, the Skyline Club happily works with groups for lunch and dinner experiences, from buffets to plated meals overlooking the downtown Indy skyline.
The oldest bar in Indiana, the Slippery Noodle is renowned for food and blues. Music is performed nightly. Groups can also enjoy tours of the Noodle, whose history includes the Underground Railroad, ghosts and John Dillinger.
This friendly indoor and outdoor café is located in the Indiana History Center along the Central Canal. Serving seasonal lunch menu, the restaurant features award-winning sandwiches, soups, hot entrees and cookies.
Located near Lucas Oil Stadium, Tavern on South is casual and contemporary, and features indoor and outdoor dining along with second floor space for groups.
Here the main attraction is perfectly seasoned meats cooked on the infamous Weber Grill. Steaks, hamburgers, chicken and fish are charcoal grilled to perfection. Private dining spaces are available.