The Antelope Club (officially, the Wyoming Antelope Hunter’s Protective Association, Inc.) is a non-profit private social club in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The purpose of the club is to protect and preserve wildlife, protect and preserve lakes and streams, promote juvenile athletics, and promote fellowship among members. It is governed by a nine-member volunteer board of directors who are elected by club members at large. The Club was officially chartered in June of 1956 as the Indiana Chapter of the Wyoming Antelope Club, although the founders had been informally meeting since 1947. The Club has been making its home at its current location at 615 North Delaware Street since April of 1964. Membership in the Antelope Club is open to anyone 21 years of age or older regardless of gender, ethnicity, nationality, political affiliation, or religious beliefs. Dues are $200 a year and membership applications require the signatures of two existing members plus an application fee.
At Griggsby’s Station, we are locally focused – local meats and produce that are raised by our neighbors and friends fill the menu – a rotating selection of Hoosier beers – even the local craftsmen that helped create the look of our establishment. It’s all about what is sustainable, fresh, and in season. You won’t find strawberries trucked from California in the middle of the winter, or a tomato salad with tomatoes from Canada or Mexico. We have selected producers that make a great product through natural methods, and take painstaking care of their goods. We use that same care behind the bar and in the kitchen to bring out the best flavor and experience those ingredients have to offer.
Named after Alexander Ralston, the engineer who after moving to the United States from Scotland, was hired in 1820 to help survey our city. In 1821, Ralston was then commissioned by the Indiana General Assembly to make a city plan for Indianapolis. As originally planned, the city’s 1-square mile footprint included the Governor’s mansion placed centrally on a large circular commons. Demolished in 1857, the original Governor’s mansion was replaced by what we know today as Monument Circle featuring the 284-foot tall limestone and bronze Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument.
Taxman Brewing Company is the culmination of a passion for beer, food, travel and friendship, alongside a desire to be actively involved in our local community. In 2014, we left our corporate jobs to embark on a journey to share our love for Belgian-style beers and sustainable food with others. We’ve since grown and currently distribute our beer throughout the State of Indiana and operate three farm-to-table gastropubs. If you’d like to know more about Taxman check out Our Story.
With over 25 years of history on Indianapolis’s North East side, Free Spirit Indy is the perfect destination for all your social needs. We offer a large selection of food and drink options as well as all of the most popular activities so you can get the best experience on your night out. Our full service kitchen is open until 2 AM daily. We serve breakfast all day, every day and are known for our fresh ingredients and great lunch and dinner specials. As Indianapolis continues to make it’s mark in the brewery scene, we are committed to offering a wide variety of beer selections for our beer lovers. We are home of Indy’s coldest bombs! Come enjoy one of our many different bomb options in our frozen mugs, guaranteed to make you say “that’s a shot?” Free Spirit is home to live music, every weekend including Sunday Funday on the patio!
Union 50 is a chef driven restaurant & bar located in downtown Indianapolis in the Mass Ave neighborhood. Union 50 hosts live music multiple times per week so make sure to check out our music calendar. Our corporate chef, Carl Chambers, and our executive chef, Adan Sandoval, have created an innovative menu that changes seasonally and features a variety of locally sourced ingredients.