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Slippery Noodle Inn
Today 11:00 AM – 3:00 AM
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372 S Meridian St Indianapolis, IN 46225
372 South Meridian StreetUSIndianaIndianapolis46225
$$Restaurant, BarToday 11:00 AM – 3:00 AM
Wednesday 11:00 AM – 3:00 AMThursday ClosedFriday 11:00 AM – 3:00 AMSaturday 12:00 PM – 3:00 AMSunday 4:00 PM – 12:30 AMMonday 11:00 AM – 3:00 AMTuesday 11:00 AM – 3:00 AM
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Indiana's oldest bar features a huge American menu, live blues bands & loads of atmosphere.- Google
"Awesome building and decor, live blues every day of the week, great pours!"
"Get the Whiskey Pepper Steak sandwich."
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Raymond Stanfield
2 months ago
We went with our favorite couple on our wedding night. Had an awesome time and i had the wiskey pepper steak sandwich yummy. Kat had Philly steak. Love this place. Now if i only worked normal people hours at a company that would treat employees like humans and not non-stop running machines or robots. DO NOT get a job at TOA USA in Mooresville if you want to have a life.
Arthur Merkle
2 months ago
I happen to do a lot of Toys 4 Tots events here while the Colts are playing their home games and I have to say, the hospitality and food are well worth it. I recommend coming in and grabbing a bite before game time.
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Joseph Martinez
6 months ago
This place seats a few hundred people, yet only about 15-20 tables have a view of the stage. It is horribly laid out. They give you a menu of drinks, yet the server tells you that a majority of it is only available from the front bar, so if you want something other than basic beers or wells, it will take a few minutes longer than it already is. On top of it all, they ask for a credit card to hold open then tab (understandably). Then they make you sign a form that says you acknowledge the card will be charged if you walk out. At the end of the night when we asked for our checks (and we even said who was together and who was separate) our server instead just charged everyone to my card. Some of the people I was with I had just met and they didn't have cash to give me, so I ended up buying their dinners and drinks since our server was nowhere to be found after (kind of like before) and we didn't have time to wait around. I would never go back.
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Tony Potts
a year ago
Really funky place. It's one of those locations that has obviously grown organically over the years so it's layout is just odd. Parts of it can be hard to move around in, others are wide open. But not matter what, it's always a fun place and often really good music. Drinks are good and prices are fair. I've only had a snack there so I can't really rate the food (yet).
Todd York
a week ago
Great atmosphere, oldest bar in Indy feel. Service, prices and food were terrible.
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Chris Leland
a week ago
Decent food, but I don't care for the atmosphere. Too loud and too crowded. I realize I'm not their target audience, but in invitation to this place is one I will decline 100% of the time.
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Lauren Barnes
2 months ago
I ordered food but had to leave two minutes after I ordered. They made me pay for something I didn't want. They didn't place the food at my table, instead, they had me wait for it to be made when they should have canceled it..
Barb White
11 months ago
Quite disappointed on Saturday 12/6 as we were in town (NOT FOR THE GAME___SHOCKING I KNOW) and wanted to eat lunch @ Slippery Noodle but was informed at 1 p.m. that it would be $30.00 to park in your lot? Really? You couldn't have let us park & eat & leave? Quite disappointed...but carried on and parked for $2.00 in the parking garage later that night! You might want to think about this the next time there is an 'event' that not everyone is in town for that.
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