Beginning Thursday, 31 restaurants from Indianapolis’ northside, including Westfield, Noblesville and the other parts of Hamilton County, are taking part in Northside Nights, a group promotion taking place the next two weekends.
The promotion, coordinated by the Indiana Restaurant Association and chaired by Ryan Craig, Ruth’s Chris Steak House general manager, aims to create an environment in which northside diners are able to easily and affordably explore the growing variety of dining options available to them.
As Hamilton County communities like Carmel, Westfield, Noblesville and Fishers continue to increase in population, so do the number of restaurants and dining options available. It can be difficult to remain knowledgeable of everything a community has to offer, and even more difficult to go out of one’s wayto try these new restaurants. Northside Nights hopes to change that.
“Indianapolis’ restaurant scene, like the city itself, is rapidly evolving,” said Craig. “We hope Northside Nights gives patrons a chance to visit their favorite northside restaurant or explore a new one.”
- What: Northside Nights – three-course meals for $30
- When:Thursday to March 18
- Where:More than 30 northside restaurants, including Eddie Merlot’s, Kelties Restaurant, Pizzology and more
- Info: Visit www.northsidenightsindy.com
Each participating restaurant will feature preselected menus showcasing the establishment’s best culinary options for $30. A majority of the restaurants, like Ruth’s Chris Steak House, will be offering a menu at $30 per person, normally including three courses. Due to the number and variety of restaurants taking part in Northside Nights, there are some differences between one restaurant and another. For example, a few restaurants are featuring $30 couple menus, allowing two people to get an affordable taste of what the northside has to offer.
Northside Nights first launched in September and was widely embraced by the local dining community.
“Our first Northside Nights promotion was so successful the restaurants were excited to launch a spring promotion,” said John Livengood, president of the IRA. “Sharing Indianapolis’ northside culinary treasures is our focus, and this promotion provides guests an opportunity to enjoy these restaurants.”