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The Libertine


About The Libertine

An elegant brick building from the 1820s, the facade painted a muted dove grey. This is not your father's cocktail bar; Everything here is measured, from the agreeable volume of the music to the meticulous proportions of the drinks prepared by stylishly-clad mixologists. The drinks are second to none, easily as imaginative as almost any to be found in major cities, the The ingredients exclusively from small producers: Cocchi and Dolin Vermouth, Blue Coat gin, Death's Door vodka. The food menu is short and expertly executed. The Libertine, owned by longtime local restauranteur Neil Brown, is exactly the kind of place that deserves support from anyone who puts value on independence, local produce and creativity.

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Indianapolis is still a city known for our sports, but our food and drink scenes have rapidly grown and made names for themselves. So, if you're in town for the race, you'd be doing yourself a disservice if you didn't at least check out some the best cuisine Indy has to offer.

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Far from your father's cocktail bar, The Libertine provides the liquid shot in the arm that downtown south of the Circle has been sorely lacking.