Kan-Kan is an arthouse cinema. A European-inspired restaurant. A neighborhood gathering place. A home for film-lovers, food-lovers and community-seekers, in Windsor Park, just northeast of downtown Indianapolis.
Screening all manner of films, especially small-budget, big-idea-driven, endlessly-fun-to-talk-about movies. Something for everyone: narratives, old favorites, documentaries, classics, comedies, works from local filmmakers, you name it. Also curating a number of different film series and unique movie-going experiences.
The Brasserie is a full-service European-inspired bistro helmed by chef Abbi Merriss—well-known in Indy (and the whole country, actually) for her award-winning work at Bluebeard. There is beer, wine, and a cocktail program, too.
The Brasserie is a standalone restaurant that resides in the Kan-Kan. You don’t have to buy a movie ticket to eat (or drink) there. But you certainly can make a night of it by coming in for dinner and a movie (or a movie and dinner, as the case may be), or just drinks and conversation anytime. We’ll have a concession stand for moviegoers and you can bring your beer or cocktail into the theatre.
The Kan-Kan houses three theaters for a total of 225 seats, as well as a fourth “micro-theatre.” Each theater has stadium-style seating, Dolby Digital sound systems and is fully ADA accessible. The staff is dedicated to maintaining excellent movie-viewing conditions for our guests at all times.