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Garage Food Hall Opens at Bottleworks District

Garage Food Hall Opens at Bottleworks District

Bottleworks District announced the official opening of The Garage Food Hall Tuesday, Jan. 5.

The city’s first food hall and community-focused marketplace offers Indianapolis-area residents and travelers access to the food and wares from local chefs and artisans. More than 20 independently owned local and regional food vendors will take up residence in the 38,000-square-foot marketplace.

The Garage Food Hall occupies two of the historic Coca-Cola bottling plant’s original garage buildings near the 139-key Bottleworks Hotel, which opened Dec. 15. Akin to the hotel, The Garage sports restored Art Deco terra-cotta facades and design features that pay homage to the District’s rich history. 

Visitors can enjoy the following food, beverage and retail vendor line-up behind The Garage’s roll-up doors on Jan. 5:

  • Azucar Morena: traditional Venezuelan fare making its debut at The Garage;
  • Abbiocco Pizzeria: pizza and pastas made fresh to order;
  • Blupoint Oyster House & Bar: oysters from east and west coast available and shucked to order;
  • Clancy's Hamburgers: a menu with a '60s diner feel;
  • Gaucho's Fire: a mix of flavors from different regions and cultures throughout Brazil;
  • Hard Truth Distillery: cocktail bar offering signature cocktails with a significant twist;
  • HercuLean Meal Prep: takes fast and easy meal prep to a whole new level;
  • J’s Lobster & Fish Market: signature lobster rolls and savory sides;
  • La Chinita Poblana: Asian-fusion taqueria;
  • Lick Ice Cream: imaginative ice cream flavors for a sweet treat;
  • Poke Guru: Asian-fusion twist on a Hawaiian favorite;
  • Becker Supply Co.: plants a tree for every purchase made of the clothing or personal care items;
  • Brick & Mortar Barber Shop: clean haircuts of varying styles;
  • Pumkinfish: unique gift shop of small-batch artisanal items found around the world.
  • Additional vendors opening in The Garage in the new year include Certain Feelings Coffee Co., Pakistani-Indian inspired Chapati Beta and fish and chip shop The Harbour.

The Garage Food Hall will have three spaces for pop-up restaurants with rotating offerings. Additionally, an open kitchen space within the The Garage will serve as a flexible event space for tastings, demonstrations, pop-ups.

“The Garage opening at the top of the new year presents countless opportunities for the exceptional list of vendors showcasing the best of Indianapolis - from food to retail to experience,” said Jeff Whiteman, chief operating officer at Geronimo Hospitality Group. “Guests will discover something new each and every time they frequent The Garage. We hope that this first-of-its-kind entertainment hub provides as much delight to visitors as it has to our staff and vendors behind the curation of The Garage.”

The Garage completes a large portion of Phase I of Bottleworks District, the $300 million mixed-use development in downtown Indy.

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