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Tiki Bob

231 S Meridian St, Indianapolis, Indiana United States

317-384-8622

Tiki Bob Tiki Bob's is Indianapolis only Non Stop Party Spot for Party Madness! You neverKnow When Someone's Going to dance on the bar or be part of our Crazy Tiki Events Open since 2000, Tiki Bob's has one of the largest dance floors in Indianapolis, with a state of the art light and sound system. 15 TV's showing non-stop sports all night [more]

247 Skybar

247 S.Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana United States

Located at 247 S Meridian St above Taps and Dolls. Tired of having to pay high prices for great drinks downtown? Tired of having no place to just chill downtown? 247 Sky Bar is the new place downtown Indy that you can get sophisticated drinks with out the sophisticated pricing. Sky Bar "Live" GA Room with stage for Live Music etc. Contact [more]

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Front Page Tavern

310 Massachusetts Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana United States

317-631-6682

We are located in the Historic Massachusetts Avenue District. Our charming pocket pub has under gone some major renovation. The sidewalk café has expanded to an outdoor patio capable of accommodating 125 guests. We offer a menu that includes some of the best burgers, wraps, and sandwiches Indianapolis has to offer. The Front Page Sports Bar & [more]

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Melody Inn

3826 N Illinois St, Indianapolis, Indiana United States

317-923-4707

Escape to the Historic Melody Inn. Tucked away at 38th and Illinois Streets and in the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood, the Melody Inn is one of the oldest bars in Indianapolis (est. 1935). Whether you want to lounge in a vinyl booth from the old Teepee Restaurant or sit at the original oak bar, you can kick back and relax with the Best in live [more]

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Gregs

231 E 16th St, Indianapolis, Indiana United States

(317) 638-8138

Greg's Formerly known as the Wawasee Tavern, Our Place opened on July 1st, 1980. As a patron of this era, you found a one-room cruise bar band restaurant, filled with the sounds of jukebox Country Music, the smell of a good greasy Cheeseburger, and a good stiff drink poured by everybody's friend Dean Gardner or the backup bartender Phil [more]