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Dorman Street Saloon

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Great Nights Out: Dive Bars

Here lies the deepest jukebox in the city.

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Three Models for Indy’s Hot Neighborhoods

A strong sense of community pervades one little downtown neighborhood populated with charming 1800s Victorians.

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Street Savvy: Dorman Street

A hilly spot with a skyline view perfect for watching the Fourth of July fireworks over downtown, and the edge Flat 12 Bierwerks has on Sun King.

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Liberty Street Joins the Mass Ave Scene

Shawn and Tammy Miller welcome crowds to their ambitious new cocktail spot. Promising “approachable New American” cuisine and both classic and contemporary cocktails, the bar mingles upscale mixology with surprisingly hearty dishes.

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Foodie: Tammy Miller's High Dives

Miller has operated the Dorman Street Saloon for a decade and is now venturing out with her second establishment, the Liberty Street bar, in a Mass Ave building she and her husband have owned for 30 years.

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Coming Soon: Liberty Street

Tin ceilings and now a massive handmade mahogany bar set the tone for Shawn and Tammy Miller’s 1920s-inspired bar, Liberty Street, set to open in the former Yats location at 653 Massachusetts Avenue within weeks.

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No. 22 – Dorman Street Saloon

Opened in 1908, this Cottage Home bar caters to a loyal following of urban hipsters and neighborhood transplants who flock to it for cheap PBR and the divey digs.

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Life Behind Bars: Drink Slingers Tell Their Tales

Stories from behind the counter and in the thick of it all.

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Swoon List: 5 Things We Adore Right Now

Seafood manicotti at Augustino’s Italian Restaurant (8028 S. Emerson Ave., 317-865-1099), densely filled tubes of crab and shrimp, tucked under a blanket of molten cheese. Tres Leches cake at Barcelona Tapas (201 N. Delaware St., 317-638-8272), submerged three times &h

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