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Indianapolis comes alive after dark with hundreds of places for good times, good food and good conversation.
Rathskeller: This local institution offers up German fare and an expansive beer selection. It's also home to the city's largest biergarten, which offers up live music every weekend in the summer and fall.
Crackers Comedy Club: Enjoy live stand-up comedy at a club that has played host to the likes of Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno, and Ray Romano.
Jazz Kitchen: Spend an evening listening to live jazz music from local up-and-comers to international touring acts. Also get your groove on during Latin Dance Night every Wednesday night.
Fountain Square Theatre: Tie on a pair of bowling shoes and try your hand at a game of old-school duckpin bowling, or join locals every other Friday night for swing dancing (lessons available).
Howl at the Moon: You won't be able resist the energy as you sing and dance the night away at Indy's favorite piano bar.
Nicky Blaine's: Settle into a couch, enjoy a pull off of a stogie, and sip a signature martini as you enjoy a night out a this stylish lounge located off the south end of Monument Circle.
The Libertine: The name represents the untamed, innovative, and uncompromising spirit involved in the creation of the craft cocktails and amazing food at this prohibition era lounge.
Punch Bowl Social:Test your hand at bowling or arcade games before enjoying a full dinner menu and a lengthy list of craft libations.
Sun King Brewing Co.: Focused on crafting traditional and specialty flavors, Indy's largest microbrewery offers a variety of brews guarenteed to satisfy your tastebuds.
The Eagle:Country touch meets urban cool on the corner of Mass Ave and Delaware Street. The Eagle boasts a lively patio with a full bar and several fire pits, welcoming all to this sparkling watering hole.