Chatham Tap is a neighborhood English pub in the heart of the arts and theatre district. Typically an English-style soccer bar, Chatham Tap has sports viewing parties down pat. If you’re looking for a more intimate setting, Chatham Tap is the place to be.
Scotty’s is a huge, high-energy restaurant and bar that offers lots of choices; whether it’s picking a meal from the encyclopedia-sized menu, choosing one of the 70-some beers offered (nearly 30 of them on tap), or simply choosing which of the TVs to focus your attention.
Kilroy’s is not for the faint of heart. With a chalkboard menu of signature, pitcher-sized drinks and an insane amount of flat screen TVs, Kilroy’s provides the perfect ambiance to get loud and rowdy. When you’re ordering, don’t forget the two most important words: stuffed breadsticks.
High Velocity at the JW Marriott is a high-tech, chic sports bar. Enjoy quality food and beverages while you watch your game on an incredible multi-dimensional media wall, a sports ticker, or with private high-definition TVs.
Large projection screens, 28 televisions, and sports memorabilia covering every square inch of wall space create a fun atmosphere. The large beer menu is complemented by a lengthy list of American plates including a towering nacho platter. Sweet tooths will love the Chocolate Nachos – crisp flour tortillas tossed in cinnamon and sugar and topped with chopped Baby Ruth candy bars, marshmallows, and vanilla ice cream.
Ram Restaurant & Brewery is a fun, casual spot to enjoy a large menu and handcrafted beers. Enjoy the game on the 120″ high-definition projection screen or on one of the six high-definition plasma TVs.
Rock Bottom Brewery is not your typical sports bar. They even pride themselves as having “Food too good for a brewpub. Beer too good for a restaurant.” Located just a block from Monument Circle with over 3500 square feet of TV-filled space, Rock Bottom is ideal for accommodating large groups.
Village Tap Room (formerly Chumley’s Pub) is on the main strip in energetic Broad Ripple and a local favorite. Home to 101 bottles and 50 draft beers on tap, the Tap Room offers a huge drink menu. Up for a challenge? Buy a fishbowl-sized Schooner and pick your favorite local beer to fill this 32-ounce cup.
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