The energy in this bar is high. Pitchers of beer are cheap and huge and there are plenty of pool tables and cues. Waitresses circulate the room every couple of minutes but if you don't want to wait you can head up to the bar and get your drinks yourself. Bartenders are happy to start a tab on any major credit card, and there is no minimum. Located in Broad Ripple OPT's is generally frequented by a younger, college crowd, so if you look younger than 30 be prepared to show two forms of ID.
This place is fabulous! They have every kind of pizza you can imagine, and if you manage to create one that they haven't thought of you can create it yourself.
The prices are slightly higher than most pizza places but the quality of pizzsa is so much higher that it is worth every extra penny.
This coffee shop looks as though it could be the scene for the "feel-good movie of the year." Tall windows allow extensive sunlight in during the morning and afternoon and also allow you to watch the many people walking through Broad Ripple at night.
They offer many different teas and brewed coffees as well as several espresso drinks and pastries.
Prices are reasonable and the staff is friendly, helpful and skilled; there is something for everyone.
It is a shame that there are no other breakfast places like this one in the city of Indianapolis, because I will never go here again.
There are too many things wrong with this establishment to name them all, but I will try my best. To start, expect to wait ten minutes for a simple cup of coffee, and that is only the staff has remembered to refill the coffee urns, which is unlikely. And if you want something made for you up the wait to twenty minutes.
The staff does not wear gloves. Despite the fact that they are handling food and preparing sandwiches and salads, gloves are not worn.
The manager is rude and doesn't know the meaning of the words "customer service."
Do yourself a favor and go elsewhere for breakfast.
Authentic Italian music played through the restaurants speakers, is added to authentic and reasonably priced Italian favorites as this family-friendly restaurant.
The waiters and bartenders are friendly and skilled and the restaurant offer a wide selection of wine and beer and a full bar. In fact, when we requested a drink not on the cocktail list the bartender even went so far as to inquire how to make the drink and prepared it for us. The service here is impeccable.
Located in Broad Ripple Moe and Johnny's and the attachedc coffee shop has something to offer everyone at anytime during the day. Whether you stop by the coffee shop on your way to work for a coffee and a scone to go, or you choose to sit during your lunch break and order something delicious from the extensive and very reasonably priced menu, or even to stop buy the bar for an after work drink and whatever sports game is on, you'll find what you want at Moe and Johnny's.
Kroger is rather ordinary as supermarkets go, although the layout of this particular is very easy to follow and makes shopping that much easier.
What makes Kroger stand out are the deals that they run fairly regularly particularly the "10 for $10" promotion where you can mix and match select items in the store, each for a dollar. The other promotion that makes Kroger stand out is the "triple-double" coupons special. They will triple coupons up to fifty cents and double coupons up to one dollar.
Watch the circulars for these specials, they'll save you tons of money!
This Barnes and Noble location is particularly excellent. There are wide windows in the front of the store that allow sunlight to stream in, creating a cheery atmosphere.
No one will bother you if you pull a few, or even several books off the shelf and settle yourself in one of the squashy armchairs around the store to read for awhile.
You can also stroll over to the cafe and get a cup of coffee to sip while you browse.
Having just graduated from Butler I can safely say that it is a wonderful place to spend four years.
The student body is small, but not too small, and the faculty is very involved with each and every student that they teach.
There is a wide variety of undergraduate programs available as well as several reknowned graduate programs. And although Butler is best known for their pharmacy and dance programs there is something for everyone at this private, liberal arts university.
Be prepared for serious noise when you walk into Build-a-Bear. There are children everywhere, shouting, laughing and singing. And if there happens to be a birthday party while you are there expect the noise level to rise even more.
The amazing thing is everyone is having a good time, children, parents and employees alike.
What's even better are the prices. Your child and choose a bear, stuff that bear with fluff and a little red heart that they can make a wish upon and give their new furry someone a bath all for less than fifteen dollars.
Of course if you're willing to spend more there are endless items of clothing, shoes and trinkets to purchase for your child....