Indianapolis South Bars bring something unique to Hoosier bar goers. Several of the best Indianapolis bars can be found just south of the Circle City. If you’re looking for fun things to do in Indianapolis, consider a night out at some of the best Indianapolis South Bars. Some of the most exciting locations for Indianapolis nightlife are on the south side, and they’re just a hop, skip and jump away from the excellent Greenwood bars. The south side of Indy has something to offer for bar hoppers of all ages.
See the list below for complete descriptions of some of the best Indianapolis South Bars.
Indianapolis South Bars
|31 Bar and Grill is a fun place to throw back a few and listen to music. There is always something good playing on the jukebox during the week. The weekend offers live music all night long.|
|Peppers 2 is located off State Road 135 in Greenwood, Indiana. Like its Broad Ripple Village counterpart, Peppers 2 has live music by paid musicians, but also allows amateurs to show off their singing skills with twice weekly karaoke nights.
|Rock House Cafe offers multitudes of fun on Indy’s near southside. Pool tournaments, poker games, big-screen televisions, dancing, live music and cheap drink specials all contribute to popularity of the Rock House Cafe.|
|The historic Vollrath Tavern has been a staple in Indianapolis nightlife since 1926. This Indianapolis dive bar is located on Indy’s near south side, in the Sacred Hearth Catholic Church Neighborhood.|
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