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Indianapolis is known as the racing capital of the world because it's host to three of the world's highest-attended single-day events: the Indy 500, the Brickyard 400 and the U.S. Grand Prix Formula One race. Professional sports are big here with the Indiana Pacers and the Indianapolis Colts. The city also boasts the world’s largest children’s museum among its many attractions. To enjoy the outdoors, check out Central Canal. The one-and-a-half mile long Central Canal offers locals and visitors alike access to gondola rides, pedal boats and bicycles of all kinds to rent. The Indianapolis Zoo is near downtown, as well but once you are ready to really I Indianapolis, wait until the sun goes down. A number of some of the best bars and clubs in the entire country can be found on the streets of Indianapolis which is why it is a city that everyone should visit at least once.


Bars and Date Spots:


Union 50
620 North East Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

First the name. Union 50 takes its moniker from the history of the building, which was built in 1950 and served as a union hall for several years. The 200-seat hand out has a huge bar running almost 7,000 square feet with bar-to-ceiling backlit shelves holding colorful bottles of spirits. Second the food. Owner Mike Cunningham describes the restaurant's fare as "chef-driven American cuisine." The food is fantastic. Try the Beef Trio - beef tartare, marrowbone, chilled rib eye cap, chickpea tabbouleh, warm bread and edamame pea puree. Third the drinks. Classic cocktails join signature drinks such as The Grand Herb with Ketel One Orange, fresh herbs, agave nectar and fennel bitters. The drink menu also has a lengthy list of quality wine and beer. Fourth the music. This is the kind of place where you can hear the music from local and touring musicians and still have a conversation without having to yell. If those four reasons aren't cause enough to visit Union 50 then you clearly don't know what a good time is all about.



Slippery Noodle Inn
372 S Meridian St
Indianapolis, IN 46225


Old and blue. A hot combination. The oldest continually operating tavern in Indiana, Slippery Noodle was established in 1850 and is still going strong. Famous for blues and booze, Slippery Noodle has hosted such noted musicians as Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Buddy Miles, Jay Giles, Rick Derringer, Edgar Winter, James Cotton and Sugar Blue. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, Slippery Noodle was originally built as the Tremont House, a luxurious roadhouse for railway passengers. Later, it became a brothel for a while and at one point was rumored to be linked to the Underground Railroad. Notorious Hoosier criminal John Dillinger reportedly hung around the tavern and used a back inside wall for target practice. You can still see bullets embedded in the brick wall. Loaded with atmosphere, the Slippery Noodle features local, regional and national blues, along with a full-service menu and full bar.


Plat 99
333 South Delaware Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

The ultra-modern, cutting-edge designed Plat 99 is located downtown inside Indianapolis’s newest hotel, The Alexander. Artist Jorge Pardo created a cool contemporary vibe, including 99 blown-glass pendant lamps above the lounge and another 20 lamps suspended above the grand staircase. A striking three-level bar, contemporary couches, high-top tables and lovely outdoor deck offer great seating choices. Opened in 2013, Plat 99 takes its unusual name from the exact tract of land on which the bar is located. Unique cocktail concoctions from one of Indy's top mixologists Michael Gray are sure to please any thirsty patron. The drink list is an education in and of itself. Not only does it carry creative concoctions, it also tells when the drink was created and by whom, like the East India Cocktail made in 1882 by Harry Johnson. Plat 99 menu offers everything from short ribs to grilled cheese, edamame to corned beef sliders. Complimentary truffle oil popcorn is also an excellent choice.


Jazz Kitchen
5377 N College Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220

This is the place for hot jazz in a cool atmosphere. The Jazz Kitchen name lets you know the food is surprisingly good, it’s like New Orleans meets Midwest. Try Satchmo's Etoufee or Crescent City Crab Cakes. Named on Downbeat Magazine's list of "The World's Top 100 Jazz Clubs," Jazz Kitchen showcases local, regional and international jazz acts. Jazz Kitchen also hosts the long running and popular Thursday night Latin Dance Party. Jazz kitchen has a lot to offer and is the kind of place that anyone can have a good time.


Chatterbox Tavern
435 Massachusetts Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46204

It's a dirty noisy dive and it is perfect for some of the best jazz in Indy. A tiny hole in the wall in the arts district, the Chatterbox Jazz Club can get quite crowded. The bathrooms, walls, bar and floor are slathered with graffiti. Old posters, stray Christmas lights, Indy 500 checkered flags, fading photos, an Elvis clock minus the swinging legs, Mardi Gras beads and even a rubber crawfish are strung around the place. In 1989 when the Rolling Stones tour came to town, Mick Jagger and Ron Wood stopped in the Chatterbox. An old fridge that was replaced and put up for safe keeping is said to contain an unintelligible scrawl left by Jagger. Beer, wine and strong bourbon are popular imbibes. If you're really hungry, the Chatterbox serves Jamaican patties, pizza and pretzels that have been referred to as some of the best food to be found in Indianapolis.


38 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Libertine had been open less than two years when it was named in May 2013 by Esquire magazine as one of its "Best Bars in America." Creative cocktails? Most certainly. Delicious food? Absolutely. Unique atmosphere? Hard to describe - classy, hipster, chic, cool. The name itself signals that this is not a typical neighborhood bar. Owned by talented chef Neal Brown, Libertine notes that it "celebrates the untamed, pioneering American Spirit with a focus on classic cocktails, craft distillers, boutique wines and an ever-evolving menu to best accompany them." Save time to savor the menu. Changing cuisine choices might include such delights as the Bacon Flight - three varieties of bacon from Indy's own meatery the Smoking Goose. Cocktails are made with craft liquors and the menu identifies drink creator as well as year and place, such as the Screw & Bolt created by Neal Brown in Indy in 2011. If you look for reasons to visit Libertine you will find many, but if you look for reasons not to, you will find that list lacking.


The Ball & Biscuit
331 Massachusetts Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46204

The biscuit part of the name made sense. But the ball? The moniker of this pub has nothing to do with food or drink. Ball & Biscuit is named after a 1930s microphone, which was called the Ball & Biscuit because of its shape. To see what it looks like, there is a vintage Ball & Biscuit sitting atop the bar. Other old-timey radio and recording artifacts are scattered around the pub. Opened in summer 2010, the Mass Ave spot has a cool vibe from the past with muted background music, exposed brick walls, warm tones, comfy club chairs, quarter-sawn wood floor and copper bar. Feels like a modern-day speakeasy. Biscuit also serves beer, wine and small plates, like house-marinated olives, smoked trout dip, bone marrow and short ribs and duck rillettes. Locals love it and so does Esquire magazine, as Ball & Biscuit topped their "America's Best Bars" list.


Tastings - A Wine Experience
50 West Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Know a thing or two about wine? Maybe want to learn more? Tastings is a great place to try about 100 wines from around the world. Located in Conrad Indianapolis, Tastings is on hotel ground level at the corner of Washington and Illinois streets. Wine is sold at retail price and can be opened in the shop or taken home to enjoy. Tastings includes Enomatic tasting stations that work to displace oxygen with food-grade nitrogen to preserve the wine in a vacuum-like seal. Opened October 2009, Tastings is sort of self-serve. Buy a card (like a debit card), get a glass, stick the card into a pouring machine and get a two-ounce sample or glass. Tastings also offers artisanal cheese platters, flatbread pizza, gourmet sandwiches, tapas, bistro plates and delicious desserts. Don't like wine? Tastings also has beer and spirits. Outdoor seating is available overlooking the beautiful Artsgarden.


6259 N College Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220


 Since it opened Dec. 31, 1977, The Vogue has been a major draw for music, dancing and drinking. Big names have performed here, including Bo Diddley, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, The White Stripes, Buckwheat Zydeco, George Clinton, John Mayer and John Mellencamp. Once a movie theater in the 1930s, and even an X-rated theater in the early '70s. The Vogue also features local musicians. With a capacity of about 600, The Vogue is often crowded with people bumping into each other, spilling drinks. If you don't mind that, you can hear some great musicians here. The Vogue regularly wins awards for best dance club and best live music which is why it is one of the most popular spots in Indianapolis.

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