Indianapolis dating ideas
Originally opened as a barbershop in 1929, Studio 2000 is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.
Voted one of the Top 50 Most Romantic Restaurants in the Nation by Open Table, the Eagle’s Nest is a popular choice for celebrations.
It’s hard to know what’s more eye-catching inside this mixology lounge at The Alexander Hotel: the handcrafted cocktails or the scores of colorful, pendant lamps dangling just overhead.
If you’re stumped for ideas but adventurous, make it easy on yourself and simply walk the last lower length of Massachusetts Ave.
Originally built in 1928 as a motion picture house, Fountain Square Theatre is home to Friday night swing dancing every other week. Steele as you and your partner enjoy a “no experience necessary” pop-up art class at the Indianapolis Art Center.
Dust off that fedora and spend your evening in this beautiful, Italian garden-inspired theatre with live big band tunes and your favorite dancing partner. These two-hour art adventure classes range from painting to sculpture to woodworking. Energize your relationship with a couple’s massage amidst the glamour of Indy’s historic Circle Tower, an Art Deco masterpiece on Monument Circle.
Live blues bands perform seven nights a week at The Slippery Noodle, a historically renovated building and the oldest bar in the state.
Dates can enjoy daily drink specials and snacks or meals from the huge food menu before the music—and dancing—begins.