The shotgun second-floor space is just the latest in Black Acres enterprises, which includes a dog-friendly beer garden on Bonna Avenue and a soon-to-open rotisserie and bourbon bar on Main Street in Zionsville. The efforts are encouraging news for the landmark East Washington Street that sustained extensive damage after a mid-December fire. But spirits were high at the Loft’s soft opening Wednesday, where a funky renovation of the space above downstairs tenant Greek’s Pizzeria has turned it into a fashion-forward sipping spot with one foot in the past. Psychedelic wallpaper prints, mod wood, and exposed brick are just some of the features of the new spot, which will provide pizzas from Greek’s with expanded hours. The collaboration is another in a growing effort by the Central Indiana pizza chain to connect with local breweries and bars, including the Greek’s Pizzeria Taproom at 49th and College. And with nearly ever spot taken on nearby Mass. Avenue, the secluded spot is a welcome new watering hole just (slightly) off the beaten path.
Black Acre Loft
130 N. Delaware St.