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Seven Instagrammable Bars & Restaurants in Indy

MAY 16, 2022

Funky wallpaper, velvet couches, a forest of window plants—sometimes, the interior of a restaurant or bar is just as appetizing as its menu. To please your palate, check out these seven “Instagrammable” bars and restaurants in Indianapolis. 


Bluebeard

Think farm-to-table dining, but upscale. There’s beautiful dark wood, antiques, a patchwork glass window in the bar room. It’s just … cozy. The patio outside is just as intimate. 


Bovaconti

This jewelry store-turned-coffee shop has aesthetics down to a science. A pastel color palette? Natural light? The “Ciao bella!” sign? Nice. The bathrooms are photogenic, too. If you weren’t already a bathroom selfie person, the flamingo wallpaper could turn you into one.


The Cake Bake Shop

The Cake Bake Shop’s interior is as decadent—and as pink—as its cakes. Everything is pristine. And the chandeliers? Much glass. Very shine. If Disney princesses were real, this where they’d go to get elbows-deep in sugar. 


Just Pop In!

Mixing patterns can be tricky, but Just Pop In! pulls it off. The wallpaper is amazing, and the chairs are swanky. Plus, we don’t know any other place that serves both popcorn and alcohol. 


Milktooth

A few things you can photograph at Milktooth: the coffee bar, your latte, the open kitchen, the outdoor awnings, the pastries, the no-fuss interior, and—of course—the food. Especially when it’s covered in powdered sugar.


Plat 99

Plat 99 is part-lounge, part-art museum. Cuban-born artist Jorge Pardo created more than 100 blown-glass pendant lights to hang over the lounge and grand staircase. And thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows, Platt 99 is arguably one of the best places to watch the sunset.


Parlor Public House

When it comes to Instagram, Parlor Public House came to play. After less than a year, they have more than 10,000 followers. It’s understandable, though—they’ve got beautiful drinks, ample natural light, comfy couches, and a sexy transition from coffee to cocktails.