Comfort Inn & Suites
5755 N. German Church Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46236
Phone: (317) 823-7700
Fax: (317) 826-0966
5755 N. German Church Rd., Indianapolis, IN, US, 46236
- Phone: (317) 823-7700
- Fax: (317) 826-0966
Bars & Cafes
Peterson's will pamper you with their sublime food, award winning wine and hospitality. This upscale family owned and run steakhouse serves only the freshest of ingredients in their menu thereby changing seasonally. The food will tantalize you and the wine will delight you. With more than 500 labels of wine across ten countries, it does become difficult to choose which will pair best, their knowledgeable staff comes in handy here to suggest the best pairing. The chic decor with its high backed booths, stained glass room separators, dim lighting of the menorah and big flower arrangements, gives it a warm an intimate touch. Yes the pricing is high, but the service, gorgeous food and wonderful wine makes up for it. Reservations recommended, but be advised that Peterson's only 21 and older can dine here.
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.
Enjoy classic Italian delicacies in a laid-back and elegant environment at A2Z Cafe located in the northern tenement of Indianopolis. Being family-owned, you can expect attentive service, fair prices and authentic flavors. Drop in for an early breakfast or leisurely brunch, or just a couple of drinks. The menu features home-made Italian specialties like Ravioli Di Formaggio, Pollo Alla Marsala, Caesar Salad and Tiramisu. Also try the French Toast, Pancakes and Cinnamon rolls. Overall A2Z is a good bargain for those looking for an authentic Italian dining.
Ask any local and they will tell you that Fleming's definitely knows their meats and wines. And truly, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is one of the top dining establishments in town and has even bagged several awards. They serve some of the best prime cuts like the Bone-in Ribeye, New York Strip, Filet Mignon, along with equally impressive sides like Chipotle Cheddar Mac 'n Cheese, Caesar Salad, Seared Ahi Tuna and their signature Lobster Tempura. Seasonal seafood dishes are also offered. Patrons can choose from a variety of 100 premium wines by glass, ranging from light to full bodied and dessert wines. Impeccable service, elegant ambiance and intimate private dining make your experience at Fleming's unforgettable. Reservations are recommended.
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, and it's sure to have something for everyone. You can enjoy a board game, play pool or shoot darts darts, while the televisions screen the latest sporting action. There is also a full menu of bar bites including wings, burgers and pizzas for when hunger calls. Apart from great food and games, Mousetrap features live entertainment and stages concerts by renowned artists and bands, focusing on jam bands. So go ahead and get trapped in the world of music, games and tasty treats.
If you thought Birdy's was just a bar for beers and a game of darts, think twice. A popular venue for concerts, the bar and grill provides live entertainment to rock fans in and around Indiana. Catch live performances by acts such as The Futureheads, The Avett Brothers, Joseph Arthur and other local bands and budding artistes. To add to all of that, the food is just scrumptious. Visitors should be over 21 years.
Sabbatical is a unique addition to Broad Ripple’s dining scene. The concept here is a culinary and cultural blend, making it a popular choice among locals. Enjoy daily special drinks and delicious sharing platters to an eclectic schedule of live entertainment. Art exhibitions rotate indoors, while regional and touring musicians grace their stage. A table on their lovely outdoor deck is a great spot to enjoy a beer and some people-watching.
In the heart of Broad Ripple, a few leisurely blocks from the main drag, Broad Ripple Brewpub is serving the people of Indianapolis. While many area watering holes are all about high-energy partying, this brewpub offers a more relaxed environment to sip your suds. The atmosphere is warm and comforting in the style of a classic English pub. Enjoy their homemade brews and maybe a plate of food from their extensive menu while watching sports above the bar or hanging out with friends. They're even kid friendly, with a full children's menu so the whole family can enjoy the pub. See website for beer details, food menu and more.
A popular bar and music venue in Broad Ripple, the Rock Lobster, as B-52s fans would remember, is named after a song. Music it seems is a major element at this venue, as it plays host to a variety of bands and artists of national and international repute on its stage. Besides the music, Rock Lobster also offers a wide range of options on its drinks and food menu. As the third venture of entrepreneurs Fred Treadway and Rob Sabatini, of the Mineshaft Saloon, the Rock Lobster is definitely worth a visit.
Twenty Tap is the perfect place to go if you like your beer in a pint glass but you're sick of the lack of selection at normal bars. That's because this Indianapolis establishment boasts over thirty different craft beers, all on tap, from breweries all across America. And when you need something tasty to go with that frosty brew, you can order a great selection of delicious foods from their bar menu, like beer-battered cheese curd or shrimp po' boy. Just remember to come in early on game day because, when there's sports on the TV, this place fills up fast.
The Sinking Ship is a no-nonsense, working class pub. Open late every day, they're always serving up a selection of good beer and cocktails at rock bottom prices. It definitely has a more raucous vibe than your average bar, so it's not for the faint of heart, but the patrons and tenders are friendly and welcoming. When you get hungry, there is a hefty menu of bar bites, including a variety of fried morsels and stuffed burgers. Plus, they regularly host events in the bar including live music and screening of new TV shows. Being a dedicated hockey bar, it is the perfect place to catch the game over a pint.
Stone Creek Dining Co. in Noblesville is a part of the Stone Creek Dining chain and keeps up to their reputation of casual yet elegant dining experience. It is a lovely blend of excellent service, charm, class and comfort with great food which will delight you. Their diverse and innovative menu has sandwiches, salads, seafood, pastas, steaks, chops and chicken. Must-try dishes include Crispy Calamari, Applewood Chicken Salad, Grilled Shrimp And Angel Hair, Ribeye, Beer Battered Cod, Beef medallions and Carrot Cake. They have a full bar serving dainty bar bites and good choices of drinks. With its delicious food and grand decor, its an ideal place for family meals, business meetings or romantic evenings.