More than 40 different draft beers and close to 500 bottled beers are available at Shallos Restaurant, an antique brewhouse and diner. Exotic beers are imported to this restaurant in South Indianapolis from more than 21 countries throughout the year. Shallos Restaurant is a popular hotspot for Indianapolis nightlife on the south side of the Circle City, near Greenwood.
The antique wooden style of Shallos Restaurant makes the atmosphere cozy and casual. Besides bar seating, there is large booth seating available for large groups and families. Shallos Restaurant sometimes hosts Indianapolis events, such as beer tasting nights. They also develop weekly specials that customers just keep coming back for. There are two stories of seating to accomodate large groups and big weekend crowds.
Shallos Restaurant has a special connection with Indianapolis history. The menu features antique photos and depictions of downtown Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway throughout Indianapolis history. There’s also Indy memorabilia decorating the inside of Shallos Restaurant. The beer museum and antique gallery also
help to enhance the presentation of Indianapolis culture at this Indianapolis restaurant. The diner’s decor also includes countless unique beer bottles for customers to discover.
Shallos Restaurant is known all over Indy for its “Swamp Burgers,” steak sandwiches and breaded tenderloin. They have several delicious menu options, which include steaks, chicken dinners, pasta, and the restaurant’s specialty, fish and chips. For the biggest beer variety in the entire midwest, stop into Shallos Restaurant on the south side of the Circle City.
8811 Hardegan St
Indianapolis, IN 46227
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