Not only do locals find this speakeasy style bar a favorite, but so did Esquire when they named it a Best Bar in America. Exposed brick walls and contemporary lighting set the mood for handcrafted cocktails, an extensive wine list, gourmet cheese plates, and delicious tapas.
Located in the heart of Fletcher Place, Indy’s hot food district, Bluebeard offers a food-focused experience and contemporary fare featuring local meats and produce. A private room that seats up to 40 can be reserved by calling 317-686-1580.
Innovative, farm-fresh meals are delivered from the talents of Chef/Owner Caleb France. GAYOT recognized the quality dining and drink options when it named it a 2013 Top Ten New Restaurant in the US. Smaller groups can enjoy an intimate experience in The Nest, a seating area covered by a wood sculpture handmade by Chef France and his father.
Chef JJ’s culinary experience allows guests to watch chefs expertly prepare several courses on the Big Green Egg®, while enjoying locally grown produce and local craft beer. Private Rooms have screens that allow you to run a slideshow with full audio.
This sister restaurant to the famous St. Elmo Steak House is co-owned by Peyton Manning and honors the brand’s tradition of high quality meat and seafood options perfectly prepared. Guests can test their heat tolerance with what the Travel Channel named the world’s spiciest dish, their shrimp cocktail with sauce made daily from the finest horseradish around.
Come to Howl for dueling pianos and a unique corporate event, bachelor/bachelorette party, wedding celebration, birthday bash, holiday get-together, or any other reason to party. Mix in custom drinks and songs for an event your attendees will never forget.
Located inside the Indiana State Museum is a recreation of the original Tea Room that graced the corner of a prominent downtown building and was a beloved gem for Hoosiers from 1905 to 1990. The famous Chicken Velvet Soup shouldn’t be missed.
McCormick and Schmick’s offers an upscale yet approachable dining experience. They print a “fresh list” twice daily that includes the freshest meats and fish, and they change their entire menu seasonally. To make reservations call 317-631-9500.
One of Mass Ave Cultural District’s most popular spots features upscale American fare, a well-versed wine menu, and local craft beers served in a casual yet classy atmosphere.
Morton’s serves only the finest quality foods, featuring USDA prime aged, Midwest grain-fed beef. The menu is limited in scope to provide the greatest attention to quality, while offering choices for all taste preferences. The restaurant has a fully stocked bar and an extensive award-winning premium wine list.
Contemporary Mexican pairs with vibrant decor and a wide range of unique dishes and cocktails. Nada has one private room that includes a large, group dining table. Reservations can be made by calling 317-638-6232.
Ultra-fresh seafood is flown in daily from around the world to this elegant space, and leading chefs specialize in preparing oysters, Alaskan halibut, Copper River salmon, and hard-to-find delicacies like Dover sole or blue fin tuna. Oceanaire’s high standards for service, quality, and flavor ensure a superb dining experience.
Gather around the dining room table at the warm, Italian-inspired Osteria Pronto. Indulge in contemporary Italian cuisine composed of fresh salads, pasta, seafood and steak, as well as a diverse selection of wines to complement each dish in your own private space at this premier downtown Indianapolis dining location, perfect for formal sit-down dinners, birthday affairs and more.
This Indy icon has perfected German fare and serves it in a beautiful historic building that once served as a community and cultural center for the city’s growing German population in the first part of the 20th Century. Beer connoisseurs will find much to love, and the outdoor biergarten comes alive at night when local bands take the stage.
This local sports bar packs fans in with an affordable menu and 84 televisions. Gas burning lanterns, brick walls, a hand-made bar, and friendly faces create a welcoming atmosphere.
This distinguished private dining club located on the 36th floor of the city’s second tallest building opens its doors to groups for receptions, lunches, and dinners. Floor to ceiling windows provide spectacular city views day or night.
The Slippery Noodle Inn is the oldest, continually operated bar in Indiana in its original building. Its notoriety includes history as gangster and bank robber John Dillinger’s favorite watering hole, as well as a stop on the Underground Railroad. For reservations call 317-631-6974.
Spoke & Steele thrives on regional and local ingredients and inspired bespoke cocktails. They have a unique, contemporary menu that changes with the season. Select from three private rooms and three banquet spaces in the attached Le Méridien Hotel.
This Indianapolis landmark resides in the same location it did when it opened in 1902. Start with the famous shrimp cocktail that was named world’s spiciest dish by the Travel Channel, select a wine from the largest cellar in the state, and enjoy mouth-watering steaks and seafood options. Peruse the wall of celebrities that have enjoyed a visit to St. Elmo’s, or look around – there are probably a few seated at the tables.
This innovative gastropub pairs locally-sourced contemporary cuisine with local craft beers and offers outdoor seating overlooking the city skyline. This lively space offers free parking, but it is within walking distance of the convention center and downtown hotels.
Located in historic Lockerbie, Vida’s menu changes seasonally and is sourced as locally as the restaurant’s herb wall. The upstairs room is completely private and has a flat screen TV for presentations. The wine room showcases Vida’s vast wine collection and offers sliding glass doors for privacy. Reservations can be made by calling 317-420-2323.
Simple, elegant and affordable private dining rooms showcase our charcoal grilled steaks, delicious BBQ, and quality service. Also offering full off-site grilling and catering.