Goodwood, Scary Wednesdays in Scarlet Lane and more – Indianapolis Monthly
The old Ram’s location in downtown Indy has a new tenant: Good wood (140 S. Illinois Street). The Kentucky-based brewery with locations in Louisville and Frankfort celebrated its grand opening on Monday, after a successful smooth opening weekend. The menu features dressy options like buffalo breast and cauliflower totchos, chicken and waffles, plus a long list of sandwiches. Goodwood will also serve its own beers and other seasonal rotary draft beers.
Sangrita LoungeThe Broad Ripple’s patio was recently targeted by a high-speed car, damaging the fence and patio and sustaining structural damage. They will close “indefinitely” until repairs can be made, but the project appears to be finished in a few days, tentatively reopening on Wednesday evening.
What could be better than the disco? Brunch. What could be better than disco and brunch? Disco Brunch. That’s what you’ll get when you make your way to The Garage dining room every third Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. get monthly updates.
Chat Noir Bakery has a new vegan pie pop flavor that is perhaps the best yet. Owner / pastry chef Audra Stam warns other vegan bakers with her perfectly flaky crust, this time filled with Biscoff cookies and cookie butter. This is a great cookie in a great pastry shop, both completely plant-based.
With drag brunches back and better than ever, baby (2147, rue N. Talbott, 317-931-1343) extends Pride Month a little further with a drag brunch featuring the beloved Bag Ladies. Indy’s funniest fundraisers are having three shows for all ages on Sunday, July 11 at 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Group, a non-profit organization that offers a multitude of services ranging from housing assistance to health and social services for LGBTQ children and youth.
Scarlet Lane Sobro is set to increase your weekly dread quotient with the deployment of Scary Wednesdays. The bar and restaurant will rotate through a monthly roundup of horror-adjacent events as follows: first Wednesdays will be movie night, second Wednesdays for horror movie trivia, third for watching horror-themed TV series throughout, and the fourth dedicated watch old and new episodes of Sammy Terry.
With Chapati betaOpening the new location of The Garage, the company celebrates by partnering with The Paper Flame to create a Lassi Mango Scented Candle so you can keep the memories of your last Chapati meal alive in your home anytime you want. The candles are made locally from recycled glass jars and are available in their garage.
And finally, Champps the city center finally closed its doors after more than 20 years of conscientiously serving cold beer and wings to conventioneers, parents trapped in sports tournaments and celebrities like Zac Efron. The pandemic shattered the impressive streak of the indescribable restaurant chain that continued like the Energizer Bunny. Here are the hazy memories, Champps.