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71 City Center Dr Carmel, IN 46032
71 City Center DriveUSIndianaCarmel46032
(317) 706-0000divvycarmel.com
$$$American Restaurant, Bar
American Restaurant
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Sunday ClosedMonday 11AM–10PMTuesday 11AM–10PMWednesday 11AM–10PMThursday 11AM–10PMFriday 11AM–12AMSaturday 11AM–12AM
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A sharing plates restaurant and bar that offers a unique dining atmosphere for guests 21 & over. divvy’s menu features contemporary American small plates focusing on a dining experience to be shared.
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Polished eatery doling out eclectic shared plates with craft beer & carafes of wine. Ages 21+ only.- Google
"I had the Grilled Cheese and Corn Creme Brulee combo, it was delicious."
"Perfect place to take small bites and drink some wine around conversation."
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Christopher Park
in the last week
Shareable small plates that don't disappoint, but only available at dinner. The lunch menu is good, but it's not the same as the shareable dinner menu. It's pretty expensive for the quantity of food you get, but you're able to try a bunch of different items. Great group experience.
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Gina Hendricks
a month ago
My friend and I decided to check this place out on 06/11/2016. Our hostess (I've forgotten her name cos I was a little tipsy from drinking 3 glasses of Divvy politan....she's an older blonde lady, wore glasses...lol) was very friendly. They serve food in small portions and you can order as much as you want. The lobster taco and divvy politan were the best. I suggest going to Divvy extremely hungry, so you can eat as much as you can and you will be glad you did. Thanks guys, I love down the streets and will definitely be back.
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beau danner
3 weeks ago
Good staff. I haven't eaten here yet but they have really great drink specials on Thursday. Perfect for a first date.
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Edward Horst
5 months ago
The food was very good. The waiter was excellent! It's one of the better tapas places I've been. BUT...... The hostess was AWFUL and rude. We put in a reservation for a booth a 1.5 weeks before our visit. The hostess would not honor that. When we asked if we could sit in the booth and explained, the girl who sat us asked the hostess who said "sorry we are too busy" (eve with multiple booths for two open). We were sat in a row of tables along the window with everyone else who were also unhappy with the seating (we heard many ask the same question). So they jammed everyone in a corner to make it easy on the servers, meanwhile the booths that we wanted to sit in sat empty the entire time we were there. In addition, as we left we heard the hostess complaining out loud to a waiting customer about how she was mistreated by customers, and how other customer complained to her about her service. She went on to speculate out loud that "women without children from Carmel are more uptight and rude because they were too affluent and dint have children to teach them patience". Even though my wife and I have children, we were amazed by the lack of professionalism and to hear that type of talk out loud to waiting guests. It really turned us off to the restaurant overall. The hostess was a young blond girl probably late teens to mid twenty's.
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Hello Edward, Please call the restaurant at 317-706-0000 or use our contact form on our website at divvycarmel.com to provide your information to allow our owner, Kevin, to reach out to you regarding this unfortunate circumstance. We have been in business for many successful years and consistently strive to create a friendly experience for our guests. Our staff is small and long-term and we work side-by-side with them to provide great service and quality food to our guests. We would most certainly welcome the opportunity to speak with you instead of through an online post. I hope you choose to contact us and give us the chance to correct a misunderstanding. Thank you!
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Shane Labuzan
3 weeks ago
Decent food, decent drinks. Absolutely ridiculous age policy. So Divvy is over-21 only. However, it isn't a tavern. In fact, the bar is quite small compared to the other parts of the restaurant. And there is significant outdoor seating. However, they have this over-21 policy for some reason. I understand not wanting small children to ruin a nice dining atmosphere. I get it. But I think many teenagers have the capability of acting like an adult in a fine dining establishment. My two teenagers have dined at Gordon Ramsey's London restaurant in New York. Somehow, they were able to cope. But apparently, Divvy is just too much for them. But if you are a 30 year old drunk NASCAR fan in town for the Brickyard in denim shorts and a Budweiser tank-top? COME RIGHT IN. Divvy doesn't have a dress policy. So let's be honest, how much of a fine dining ambience does this place really try to have? So I have a 17 year old and a 19 year old daughter. Divvy will allow me to take my 19 year old daughter, but get this - they actually check identification to verify that she is over 18 AND THAT SHE IS ACTUALLY MY DAUGHTER. So my ex-wife, who now has a different last name than my daughter, apparently wouldn't pass muster with the Divvy Nazis and could not dine with her there. This is just ridiculous. Checking identification to verify parental relationships? AT A FREAKIN' RESTAURANT? What is this? 1940s Vichy France? No, it's a fairly standard suburban restaurant. Again, just ridiculous.
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Andrew Stucky
a month ago
Pretty neat little restaurant. Fun to visit Divvy with a few friends to have a better experience. I really love tapas style eating. I did find that their prices were a bit on the high side, even for the Carmel area.
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Jeremiah Perkins
a month ago
Great food and service! You should try this place out!
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Eric McClish
5 months ago
Underwhelming! Great concept. Trendy interior. Food is lack luster at best. We started with the cream cheese wontons. They were delicious and hands above the dishes that followed. The sea salt and dipping sauce were an excellent touch. Buffalo chicken chips: homemade thick potatoe chips with cheese, shredded chicken, tomatoes, buffalo sauce, and sour cream. They were ok. The cheese congealed very quickly and the buffalo sauce was unoriginal. Califlower au gratin: bland flavor and mushy over cooked texture. The cheese was a very runny soup consistency. Not put together well. Steak bites: small steak chunks with potatoes and gravy. Steak was chewy, over cooked (menu says it should come medium rare), and low quality. What ruins this dish is the large amount of gravy poured over the dish. It tasted like a low quality store bought gravy. Carmel pretzel ice cream: the ice cream was severely freezer burnt. The spinkle of pretzel bits was a nice touch but overall was very lacking in the sweet/salty flavor you would expect. Your run of the mill yogurt shop puts this dish to shame Vanilla bean tiramisu: this was delicious. Albeit tiny (two bites). The vanilla bean flavor was delicious. I love the owners other establishment (Woodys Library) and was very excited to try this place but it was a real disappointment. The divvy concept is great but they failed in the food quality.
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