indianapolis, IN 46208
About Slippery Noodle Inn
Though it may look like just another two-story Downtown watering hole, Slippery Noodle is actually one of the top blues clubs in the country if not the world. There you can find live blues seven nights a week. Slippery Noodle features a mixture of local, regional, and national acts. The city’s oldest bar (rumor has it those holes in the brick were made by the guns of notorious Hoosier henchman John Dillinger and his boys), it was also one of the city’s first and most successful houses of ill-repute. They’ve got a huge food and drink menu, and if you’re cool, plenty of stories to tell about the history of the place. Soak up the legend and believe the hype about the music.
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