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Indianapolis’s oldest restaurant, The Rathskeller has been serving German brews and bites since 1884. The dining room and Kellerbar are housed in the basement of architectural masterpiece the Athenaeum, while the adjoining biergarten is situated just outside. In addition to steak, seafood, chicken, pork, and vegetarian entrees, the restaurant’s award-winning menu features cuisine from the old country, like sauerbraten soaked for five days in currant ginger marinade, Jäegerschnitzel with wild mushrooms, shallots, garlic, red wine, and herbs, and rouladen with homemade gravy. The Kellerbar is stocked with 12 imported draft beers and over 50 imported bottled beers, but the real gem is the biergarten, where you can pair your beer with appetizers like baked Brie chicken cordon bleu fingers, all while taking in the fresh Indy air.

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The Rathskeller

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Indianapolis’s oldest restaurant, The Rathskeller has been serving German brews and bites since 1884. The dining room and Kellerbar are housed in the basement of architectural masterpiece the Athenaeum, while the adjoining biergarten is situated just outside. In addition to steak, seafood, chicken, pork, and vegetarian entrees, the restaurant’s award-winning menu features cuisine from the old country, like sauerbraten soaked for five days in currant ginger marinade, Jäegerschnitzel with wild mushrooms, shallots, garlic, red wine, and herbs, and rouladen with homemade gravy. The Kellerbar is stocked with 12 imported draft beers and over 50 imported bottled beers, but the real gem is the biergarten, where you can pair your beer with appetizers like baked Brie chicken cordon bleu fingers, all while taking in the fresh Indy air.