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Nicky Blaines

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Six Subterranean Spots To Hunker Down For Snowpocalypse 2019

Oh just stay home and watch football.

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Swoon List: The Dancing Donut, Pho Vn, And More

The essential menu for those who like sprinkles on their doughnuts and olives in their martinis.

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Great Nights Out: The After-After-Party

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, […]

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5 Fall Cocktails You Should be Drinking

Fall is in the air, and it smells like pumpkin spice (yes, PSLs are back for the season at your local Starbucks). For something a little harder, these are the drinks you should be grabbing after work.

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The New Downtown: Insider Tips for Winning the Weekend

Order secret cocktails. Ditch the sports crowd. Find an instant squad. A few insider tips for winning the weekend in downtown Indianapolis.

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Flashback: A Timeline of the King Cole Building

Though Bacon Legs & Turntables’s concept is trendy, its location claims a storied past. Here’s a peek at its many former lives.

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My Best of Indy: Abdul-Hakim Shabazz

“I’m a spirits guy—the basics,” he says. “Pretty much a 60-year-old white man in a 40-something-year-old black man’s body.

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Six Best Cocktail Names in Indy

These intriguing names for concoctions hail from The Libertine, Black Market, Bluebeard, Nicky Blaine’s, The Ball & Biscuit, and Plat 99.

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No. 6 – Nicky Blaine's

With no windows in sight, hours can disappear at this Monument Circle man cave, one of the last bastions for cigar-smokers in the city.

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One Drink, 10 Ways: The Moscow Mule

Three simple ingredients—vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice—go into the Moscow Mule, yet every bar makes this trendy cocktail its own. Our stubborn Mule aficionados found the best.

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