In our little village of Broad Ripple, there are several quality spots that are personal favorites. If you find yourself in the neighborhood, be sure to check these out. Or stop by the office, and you can probably talk one of us into accompanying you for a bite or a beverage.
BRICS – (Broad Ripple Ice Cream Station) has a deck looking over the Monon trail. So you can enjoy watching people excercise while you eat a chocolate sundae.
Taste of Havana – Best Cuban food in Broad Ripple. Also the only Cuban food in Broad Ripple. Free shot of expresso with every meal.
Locally Grown Gardens – A year-round farmer’s market that also curates a focused menu of stylish, seasonal deliciousness. If it’s good enough for Vogue Magazine, we’re so in.
Public Greens – This “Urban Kitchen with a Mission” gives all profits to feeding local youth. A creative, organic haven — neither the menu nor their Instagram disappoints.
Twenty Tap – No-frills, hot spot pub, over-delivering with not 20, but 38 beers on tap, and a respectable menu of burgers, apps and bar food that goes the extra mile.
Open Society Public House – A new addition to the SoBro neighborhood, this cozy spot features South American-inspired fare with legit coffee and pastries.
Perk Up Café – Neighbor and go-to latté provider for HRW. Many a client has enjoyed their house roasted coffee, German pastries and beautiful brass espresso machine. Get a Cubano, and you’re golden.