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Influx of bar lounges open around Indianapolis

Looking for a night out on the town or a place to lounge with a good drink in hand? There are several spots that are newer to the nightlife scene in Indianapolis.

Girls sit in a section at Paradox Lounge

Paradox Lounge offers celebratory packages for special occasions.

Photo by @paradox_indy

Whether you’re looking to hit the town for a fun night out or you just want a chill place to grab a drink with friends — Indy is seeing an influx of newer spots to check out around the city.

Paradox Lounge, 1059 Virginia Ave. | This nightlife lounge opened in Fountain Square earlier this year. Pro tip: Come dressed in your best.

The English, 651 E. 54th St. | Open since late March, you can find this speakeasy-style bar in SoBro + indulge in their unique cocktails featuring tequila, bourbon, and champagne. Bonus: It also has an outdoor patio.

View of the bar at The English

The English is located in the same building as The Bulldog Bar and Lounge in SoBro.

BlankUS Luxury Lounge, 501 N. College Ave. | This lounge features romantic music, food for all meals, a bar, and an upscale experience. Pro tip: Dress code is strictly enforced, so dress to impress.

Nowhere Special, 608 Mass Ave. | This cocktail lounge opened up in the former Libertine Liquor Bar spot in June. Enjoy the swanky + sophisticated vibe with a cocktail (or mocktail) and a menu of bar snacks with Caribbean and Southeast Asian influences.

Turner’s Bar, 1060 N. Capitol Ave., Ste 1-104 | Among the new additions to the Stutz building, this laid-back bar showcases classic cocktails, cold beer, and an old school pool table. Bonus: It also has a surprise in store for its patrons with a literal “hole in the wall.”

Got a favorite place to lounge that we didn’t mention? Let us know so we can add it to the list.

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