Clarion Inn & Suites Northwest
7001 Corporate Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46278-1938
Phone: (317) 298-3700
Fax: (317) 298-9080
7001 Corporate Dr., Indianapolis, IN, US, 46278-1938
- Phone: (317) 298-3700
- Fax: (317) 298-9080
Bars & Cafes
The Loft at Traders Point will make you moo with delight over its award winning cheeses, yoghurts, ice creams and more. This organic farm to table restaurant nestled at the Traders Point Creamery farm is not only a visual delight but also a foodie relish. Offering healthy, organic, fresh produces like meats, cheeses, hand picked herbs and veggies, grass fed beef steaks, pork and burgers and seasonal offerings of exotic meats like wild Boar, Yak, Elk and Ostrich made so wonderfully delicious. Even their extensive list of wine and beer featuring in their full bar is organic. Serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch daily, excluding the winter months, reservations are highly recommended. They also live music every Friday and Sunday night. The Loft is a fantastic place for a family outing, special events or a beautiful romantic rendezvous.
Craving for a nightclub that can give you great music and drinks? then head straight to QBo. With a constant supply of dance music, you will not leave without exclaiming how terribly your knees ache. The bar is also well stocked at all times. Adding to the fun are the pool tables.
Rick's Cafe Boatyard is by the waterside overlooking the Eagle Creek Reservoir. It is a spacious yet cozy setting on the inside out. Diners have the option of eating upstairs in the Diamond room, with it's large windows and magnificent view; downstairs in the Pearl room, which has more of a family atmosphere; or on the patio, where the best view of the water is to be had. Rick's offers one of the best seafood dishes in the Midwest with their fresh ocean fish and innovative cuisine. Plus, there is a live jazz band to entertain you while you enjoy your delectable seafood feast.
Cobblestone Grill is a cute restaurant on the brick Main Street in the heart of the Victorian village of Zionsville. The entire restaurant is handicap accessible. Diners can choose to dine in the Grill's main dining room, private Garden room, outdoor brick patio or the bar. Children are welcome in the dining room and patio. Every Monday night is a dog's night, families can bring their dogs and dine on the patio. The American cuisine menu has an assortment of entrees especially seafood such as crab cakes and cedar-plank salmon. They serve only Black Angus beef and use the freshest ingredients available from the local gardens and farms. Live music keeps you entertained every Thursday through the weekend. Cobblestone Grill is a local favorite for its tasty grub, romantic atmosphere and warm hospitality. You can also avail of this place for private and corporate events.
Like all Stone Creek Dining Co. restaurants, the one in Zionsville is no exception. It will charm you with its excellent service, class and delightful food. Their avant-garde menu features sandwiches, salads, seafood, pastas, steaks, chops and chicken. They have a full bar serving dainty bar bites and good choices of drinks. With its elegant decor and lovely fare, it is a great place for family meals, business meetings or romantic evenings.
Noah Grant's Grill House and Oyster Bar is a neighborhood gem with a menu featuring more than 30 delectable entrees that includes Shrimp, Live Maine, Lobster, Meatloaf, NY Strip, Scallops, Snow Crab, Salmon, Burgers, Pasta and Filet Mignon. Their full bar has a nice selection of fine wines and the Oyster bar regularly features Oyster happy hour. Families can bring their dogs and dine on the patio. Noah Grant's is known for their good choice of seafood entrees such as Oysters Rockefeller, Shrimp Rockefeller, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Kickin‘ Shrimp, Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Shrimp & Crab Bisque and do try their deliciously gooey Butter Cake Souffle. The restaurant has a nice cozy setting, making it ideal for special occasions or a date night. Those who love oysters, good seafood and wine, Noah Grant's Grill House and Oyster Bar will be definitely a worthwhile visit.
Villaggio Ristorante & Bar is a trendy place that is casual yet appealing. A local favorite, you can either go in a tux or tee and still be welcomed warmly. The Italian menu includes an unusual offering called 'Chef's Dining Experience' which showcases dishes that are on and off of the regular menu, incorporating six courses for USD75 per person. Must try's are the Ravioli Fritti and Bruschetta con Salmone, Capellini Bebe (angel-hair pasta with chicken, mushrooms, Parmesan and prosciutto, baked), the house signature Lasagna, the Costolette di Maiale (pork chops roasted and served with cheese, onions and roasted potatoes), the Gamberoni alla Zafferano (sauteed shrimp in a saffron cream sauce), Chicken Cacciatore, Filet Mignon with crab, and the Filetto alla Traviata (a peppercorn encrusted filet in a brandy cream sauce). If you are flitting through that way, do drop in to experience why its a local favorite.
Specializes in gourmet coffee, specialty coffee drinks, fresh sandwiches, and European desserts.
A popular bar and music venue in Broad Ripple, the Rock Lobster, as B-52s fans would remember, is named after a song. Music it seems is a major element at this venue, as it plays host to a variety of bands and artists of national and international repute on its stage. Besides the music, Rock Lobster also offers a wide range of options on its drinks and food menu. As the third venture of entrepreneurs Fred Treadway and Rob Sabatini, of the Mineshaft Saloon, the Rock Lobster is definitely worth a visit.
In the heart of Broad Ripple, a few leisurely blocks from the main drag, Broad Ripple Brewpub is serving the people of Indianapolis. While many area watering holes are all about high-energy partying, this brewpub offers a more relaxed environment to sip your suds. The atmosphere is warm and comforting in the style of a classic English pub. Enjoy their homemade brews and maybe a plate of food from their extensive menu while watching sports above the bar or hanging out with friends. They're even kid friendly, with a full children's menu so the whole family can enjoy the pub. See website for beer details, food menu and more.
Sabbatical is a unique addition to Broad Ripple’s dining scene. The concept here is a culinary and cultural blend, making it a popular choice among locals. Enjoy daily special drinks and delicious sharing platters to an eclectic schedule of live entertainment. Art exhibitions rotate indoors, while regional and touring musicians grace their stage. A table on their lovely outdoor deck is a great spot to enjoy a beer and some people-watching.
Twenty Tap is the perfect place to go if you like your beer in a pint glass but you're sick of the lack of selection at normal bars. That's because this Indianapolis establishment boasts over thirty different craft beers, all on tap, from breweries all across America. And when you need something tasty to go with that frosty brew, you can order a great selection of delicious foods from their bar menu, like beer-battered cheese curd or shrimp po' boy. Just remember to come in early on game day because, when there's sports on the TV, this place fills up fast.