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Sundry & Vice cocktail bar adding Indianapolis location

Bar opened in Over-the-Rhine in 2015
At Sundry and Vice, the boozy milkshakes range from awe-inspiring to off-the-wall wacky
Posted at 1:08 PM, Feb 19, 2020

CINCINNATI — One of Over-the-Rhine's most popular craft cocktail bars is hitting the road.

Sundry & Vice is expanding with a second location set to open this fall in Indianapolis.

The new bar will be part of The Bottleworks District, a $300 million, 12-acre urban mixed-use development in downtown Indianapolis, according to a Sundry & Vice press release.

“We have loved seeing people’s love for inventive cocktails grow in Over-the-Rhine with our apothecary-style design,” Sundry & Vice owner Stuart King said in the release. “As we expand to Bottleworks, we look forward to seeing that same love flourish in Indy.”

King opened the original Sundry & Vice at 18 W. 13th St. in Over-the-Rhine in March 2015. He also opened another craft cocktail bar, Comfort Station, in Walnut Hills last summer.

Sundry & Vice will be part of The Garage, a food hall featuring 18 independently owned food and drink businesses in the Bottleworks District. The hall is part of the first phase of openings in the district that, once complete, also will include the Bottleworks Hotel, office space and residential living.

Visit www.bottleworksdistrict.com for more information about the Bottleworks District.