Saturday, August 19, 2017

The Rathskeller in Indianapolis

Traditional German fare at The Rathskeller in Indianapolis, Indiana

On a trip through Indianapolis, we stopped at The Rathskeller which is tucked away inside of the historic19th century Athenaeum. The restaurant has long been a staple in Indianapolis and has served German fare since 1894.


The keller bar in The Rathskeller in Indianapolis

Rathskeller is German for Council's Cellar. Indianapolis' Rathskeller is in the "cellar" yielding to a warm and cozy design. The restaurant has several rooms, a biergarten area and special events rooms.

Fabulous special events room at The Rathskeller

Of course, I was there for food! A pretzel with pub cheese and spicy mustard was provided with the meal. It was delicious!

Fresh German pretzel at the Rathskeller in Indianapolis

I have been on a soup kick this year. Not sure why but it has still been in high gear during the summer despite the heat. I had the Linsen Eintopf with lentil, smoked sausage, ham, potatoes and veggies. It was delicious! The soup is very filling and works well with a salad.

Linsen Eintopf -- German Lentil Soup at The Rathskeller in Indianapolis
Linsen Eintopf -- German Lentil Soup
The Rathskeller is a fun place for a family meal! The menu is rather large and includes both German and American favorites. Keep it on your list for your next Indianapolis visit and don't forget to check out the decor including the stein collection!

Beer steins at The Rathskeller in Indianapolis


**Disclosure: No compensation was received for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.



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