Ten Post-Pandemic Must-Visits to Broad Ripple – Indianapolis Monthly

Ten Post-Pandemic Must-Visits to Broad Ripple - Indianapolis Monthly

A numbered map of the main places of Broad Ripplele


Taking the work-from-home concept seriously, the new one
The mixed-use complex G Bloc (1) combines urban lofts with one or two bedrooms with elegant coworking rooms, conference rooms and a private fitness center, which is available through tiered memberships. 841 E. 64th St., 317-449-2300, gbloc.site


Lark and Lily Boutique.Clothing at Lark & ​​Lily Boutique

Whether chic or subtle, Lark & ​​Lily Boutique (2) shows a true passion for fashion at affordable prices. Take a look at the entire collection of cute summery tops, playful skirts, stylish accessories and whimsical t-shirts. 6358 Guilford Ave., 812-718-6574, larkandlilyboutique.com


The (of course) family-owned Dad’s Kitchen (3) holds court at the historic corner of Westfield and Guilford and cooks Spanish and American favorites like Western omelets, New York-style sandwiches, quesadillas, tacos and Peruvian specialties.

6336 Guilford Ave., 317-986-6209, dadskitchenindy.com


Vitality IV Bar (4) is not for needle phobics and introduces water-soluble vitamins, nutrients and amino acids directly into your bloodstream to rehydrate, increase energy and accelerate muscle regeneration after exercise. 6302 Guilford Ave., 317-755-1469, vitalityivbar.com


The Chromatic Collective (5), which opened in April, is a portal to the local scene of street artists, wall painters and illustrators.
Last month it hosted the Indy Post-it show dedicated to this mini-medium. There is a selection of special art and craft supplies, such as: B. Evolve Elite spray paint used by serious graffiti artists. 6216 Carrollton Ave., facebook.com/Chromatic6216


The non-profit Storefront Theater (6) presents professional productions on a black box main stage with 50 seats. 717 Broad Ripple Ave., 317-643-0329, storefrontindy.com


Avenue of flowers.One of the garage door murals on Flower Alley off the beaten path

Blooming with murals by Jules Muck, Abigail Staffelbach and other artists, Flower Alley (7) enlivens a hidden section of otherwise inconspicuous walls and garage doors. Charge your phone camera for some of the most unexpected selfie backdrops in town on Carrollton Alley between 60th and 61st Streets. broadrippleindy.org


The cocktail lounge Thieves (8) is a trendy terrace territory for happy hours and people who give the old Triton tap spot an upscale, modern touch, for an audience whose last days are happily behind them. Spend an evening with champagne, wine, beer or mules. 915 Broad Ripple Ave., 317-452-3405, thievesindy.com


Neal Brown introduces Sun King Brewing through a partnership with his One Trick Pony (9) restaurant in Fisher’s diner-style smashburger. Nothing special, just deliciously messy cheeseburgers like Brown’s childhood neighbor, Old John, made. 1021 Broad Ripple Ave., 317-602-5893, otpburger.com


Rise ‘n Roll Bakery.Indiana Amish County Import Rise ‘n Roll Bakery

Rise ‘n Roll Bakery (10) brings its Amish baked goods to a place for post-monon workout cheats. The cinnamon rolls, apple fritters and nutty crispy candies are hard to resist, but don’t sleep on the typical OG donuts, which are drizzled with sweet caramel and generously dusted with cinnamon sugar. 6311 E. Westfield Blvd., 317-956-5944, risenroll.com