Great Nights Out: First Date
So you both swiped right. Here are three great destinations for checking each other out IRL.
Indiana Ghost Walks and Tours Scary-good excursions that blend history and haunts. Lace up your tennis shoes and get ready to take a spooky hike. These paranormal tours take place all around the city—Westfield, Noblesville, and the Chatham Arch neighborhood, among others. You’ll trek some one-and-a-half miles while learning about local lore and ghostly sightings. […]
The Jazz Kitchen No need to wait for spring break in Cancun to break out your most fiery Latin dance moves. This well-known hep-cat club switches things up every Thursday for a wilder kind of night. You’ll want all your friends there for the Latin Dance Party—even that pal with absolutely no rhythm. Not to […]
1933 Lounge We hear there’s a pretty good shrimp cocktail here … You want ritzy? You go straight to the clubby environs above St. Elmo Steak House, all dark wood and brick and plush seating, where pretty young things in red body-con dresses serve perfectly chilled martinis (plus the place’s signature cocktail, the bourbon-and-vanilla-laced Elmo […]
Nicky Blaine’s The city’s original martini bar is still the most grown-up place in town for winding down the night. If the Rat Pack were still around, this is where they’d go to close down the joint. The discreetly low lighting, the scarlet bar and carpet, the cushy leather sofas made not for sitting on, […]
White Rabbit Cabaret Not every night at this Fountain Square burlesque club brings out the tasseled pasties. The monthly “Spilling Bee,” coming up next on February 23, tests your ability to spell while drinking practically free beer (you know, just like college). You pay five bucks for a half-cup of brew and the right to […]
The Gallery Pastry Shop Make some pretty and delicious things. Eat them. Go to bed happy. Can’t hang like you used to? Consider trading in half-price martini nights for macaron-making classes. That’s just one of the courses the European-inspired eatery offers; others include croissants, pies and tarts, and breads. Most take place at 6 p.m. […]