5914 East 10th Street Indianapolis, IN 46219 +1 317 357 6022
Located in a quiet corner of Warren Park, Zanie's Too is a lively bar that is frequented by sports fans from every nook and corner of the city. The bar features huge 120" HD television sets that screen exciting fixtures which promise an adrenaline rush. Besides this, the bar also houses three pool tables that serve as recreational spaces for those who come here to unwind after a weary day. Zanie's Too is popular across the city for its cheap beer, cocktails and premium wines. In a nutshell, when at Zanie's Too, you can expect a good time. Call for details.
1849 North Alabama Indianapolis, IN 46202 +1 317 926 3139
The Epilogue Players Theatre in Indianapolis was the brainchild of Bertha Starkus who wanted to promote and give promising talent a platform to showcase their skills and enhance theatre in the neighborhood. After undergoing several changes, today the theatre has an exceptional line-up of productions, run all through the year, giving artistic talents a great platform to market themselves and their works. The current season of plays include Other People's Money, Dr. Cook's Garden by Ira Levin and Dirty Work at the Crossroads, among a few. You could also audition to be part of the troupe. Call ahead for more information or check their website.
1716 North Illinois Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 +1 317 926 8888
Located along North Illinois Street in Indianapolis, the Alley Theater is a contemporary space for drama and theatre. The place offers those who don't have a space of their own with an excellent place for theatrical performances. To add to its convenient location, the theatre has excellent functional capabilities; thereby enhancing performances even further. Call ahead for more information.
4630 East 10th Street Indianapolis, IN 46201 +1 317 357 0239
Formerly a theater, today the Emerson Theater has been completely transformed into a musical hub. Spacious, well appointed and intensely comfortable, the venue brings to stage some of the most talented performers. Local art and theater lovers throng the place in numbers to witness great musical spectacles. On certain occasions, famed artists from around the world too drop by. Call ahead for more information or check website. Doors open 6.30 pm onwards.
9500 East 16th Street Indianapolis, IN 46229 +1 317 532 6280
Warren Performing Arts Center annually brings some of the best cultural events to Indianapolis. Musical performances, dance events and much more entertain the crowds all year. For more details about the events check out their website.
4705 East 96th Street Suite 47-49 Indianapolis, IN 46240 +1 317 566 8650
Rated as one of the best Sushi bars of Indianapolis, the Blu Martini bar & restaurant features an array of exquisite dishes that boast of a traditional Japanese flavor. Besides sushi, you also get to enjoy a range of excellent martinis, wines and other beverages. Blu Martini also doubles up as an event space at times. Several popular DJs come here quite often and spin top numbers from the latest chartbusters. If you want to be part of all the fun as well as relish good food, then Blu Martini has to be your next destination. For more details, do call ahead or check the website.
10 South West Street JW Marriott Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 317 860 6500
Experience an energetic and contemporary atmosphere featuring classic American comfort food at High Velocity located at JW Marriott Indianopolis. A premiere sports bar in downtown, this classy den presents an idyllic venue for catching the season's latest games, fun night-outs and celebrating special occasions. The swanky interiors feature High Definition TVs, plush banquettes, a wrap-around bar and private and semi-private dining areas. Choose from favorites like Fire Wings, Fish Tacos, Buffalo Chicken Salad, Velocity Burger and Classic Key Lime Pie. The bar stocks some of the best ales, eccentric cocktails and lagers, perfect accompaniments to a fun evening with friends and fans. If you're planning to pool with a large group then reserve the private dining room well beforehand.
1035 Sanders Street Indianapolis, IN 46203 +1 317 916 8894 /+1 317 916 9375
The Wheeler Arts Community Center is a creative endeavor undertaken by the Southeast Neighborhood Development and University of Indianapolis. This arts center features an art studio, a gallery, rehearsal spaces, a fully-equipped theater and several meeting rooms. Professional practitioners of arts including painters, dancers, singers, sculptors and many other present and practice their art form here. Apart from that, the center also conducts classes and workshops pertaining to different art fields. For more details, call ahead.
5565 North Keystone Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 +1 317 255 3189
Since 1957, the Mousetrap Bar & Grill has been entertaining patrons with endless rounds of beer and great music. With each passing year, it gets better and more crowded; it has something for everyone. Sports buffs can enjoy cool board games, play pool or aim at the dart boards, while the televisions screen the latest sporting action. If you are tired after a hard day, simply walk-in here and treat yourself to a delightful treat along with your favorite drink. Apart from great food and games, Mousetrap features cool entertainment and stages concerts of renowned artists/bands. So go ahead and get trapped in the world of music, games and tasty treats.
222 East Market Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 317 634 9266
If you are caught in the Indianapolis City Market and want a place to chill out then the Tomlinson Tap room offers you respite. It provides a comfortable place to relax and unwind with mugs of chilled craft beer. A fun place to hang out with friends with the bar providing a 'chilled out' ambience. The bartenders are also knowledgeable about the brewing process and are always eager to answer questions.
Seamlessly blended with modern amenities and services, the Hyatt Regency
Indianapolis spells comfort and luxury. Incorporated with classic design elements, each room is tastefully designed. Within walking miles, enjoy the many shopping, art and entertainment options. Business or leisure, ...
Built in the year 1864, the Morris Butler House was
owned by the Morris family who resided here during the colonial era. Eventually, the family moved out, leaving this spectacular piece of architecture to the city. The Morris Butler ...
The Hilbert Circle Theatre opened in 1916, and is one
of America's earliest movie palaces. Following renovations in 1984, it became the home of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. It hosts the best of concerts, plays and other cultural events, ...