Over-the-Rhine's apothecary-style drinking destination Sundry & Vice has expanded into a whole new state with the opening of its second location in Indianapolis' Bottleworks District.
Housed inside the Bottleworks Hotel — a boutique accommodation in the district's self-described "$300 million, 12-acre urban mixed-use development reimagining the iconic Coca-Cola building in downtown Indianapolis" — Sundry & Vice will continue its popular cocktail program in the new location.
"Our craft cocktails made with in-house syrups and freshly squeezed juices will bring a new and exciting flavor to Indianapolis," said Sundry & Vice owner Stuart King in a release.
In a 2020 interview with CityBeat, King said the cocktail program would look similar to the offerings at the flagship Sundry & Vice, starting with the drinks that have historically done well. "We're going to keep the same ethos in terms of the apothecary-style thing," he said.
The current Indy menu features the popular Night Cure (bourbon, lemon, honey, grapefruit) and Grandpa Jack's Sippin' Solution (whiskey, curaçao, aromatized wine). They also offer draft drinks like an Old Fashioned, Perfect Manhattan and the floral and effervescent Chanel No. 5 (lemon, rose gin, chamomile syrup and sparkling wine).
Sundry & Vice is located near the lobby of the Art Deco-styled Bottleworks Hotel, which offers 139 rooms on the top two floors of the former Coca-Cola bottling works administration building.
In 2018, Sundry & Vice made the list of World's Best Bars at worldsbestbars.com. It will be joining other Ohio-based company The W Nail Bar, a natural nail salon from Columbus, as well as Wisconsin-based Blue Collar Coffee Co. at Bottleworks.
"When we considered expanding our brand outside of Cincinnati, Bottleworks definitely caught our attention. The mixed-use property has allowed for numerous start-ups and growing brands to thrive within a tight-knit community, and we are so excited to be a part of that," King said in the release.
Sundry & Vice Indianapolis opened for business in the hotel on Oct. 23.
"It's the perfect compliment to the hotel's historic-meets-modern aesthetic and will delight guests and the public with an ideal setting to drink and imbibe at Bottleworks," said Jeff Whiteman, Chief Operating Officer for Geronimo Hospitality Group, in the release.
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