Reserve Table 317-759-3554

The Answers To Your FAQs

Do You Have a Full Bar?

Yes! We have a full bar of including wine, gluten-free beer, and liquor. Try our Kombucha-Rita!

What types of sweeteners do you use?

We use natural sweeteners including local honey, agave and maple syrup in our dishes and cocktails.

Do You Deliver?

No, but we do offer carry out! There are a few options through cluster truck or door dash that do currently take orders from us for delivery.

Recommended Parking?

Street parking works best when available. There is a parking structure attached to the mall one block west of us on the left-hand side (lowest cost option!), as well as the Bankers Life Field house parking structure one block east of us on the right-hand side. There is also a parking structure across the street from Oceanaire owned and operated by Denison Parking. All parking structures are approximately one block from the restaurant.

Are you Gluten-Free? Do you have Celiac options?

We are pleased to offer a variety of gluten-free options on both our food and beverage menu. We are not a “gluten-free restaurant.” We cannot guarantee that our menu items are 100% free of gluten as there is always a possibility of trace amounts crossing over from other kitchen areas. Please consider this when ordering from our menu. The only item containing gluten is our traditional pizza crust.

Specific Allergies?

We are soy, corn and refined sugar-free. Limited dairy. For other allergy questions please ask your server or call us. We are happy to discuss and accommodate to the best of our ability. 317-759-3554

Dress Code?

Whatever you are comfortable in! Workout wear to business wear. We are a diner ☺

“In 2011 after the birth of my first child I was diagnosed with Graves’ Disease, an autoimmune disorder affecting my thyroid. After seeing an endocrinologist and managing my symptoms, remission periods and flare-ups over the next few years I decided that had to be another solution. After speaking to friends about inflammation and autoimmune disorders I decided to see a Functional Medicine practitioner in 2015. I worked with my doctor, followed an elimination diet, determined food sensitives and the root cause of my autoimmune disorder. I started eating basically Whole 30 / Paleo, taking probiotics, enzymes and collagen peptides to heal my gut, and learning what nutrients my body was missing. Through this process, I have been able to give my body the tools it needs to heal, reduce my thyroid antibodies and feel better than I have in years!! Versus just treating the symptoms.”

Megan L

Project Manager

Bloating. Hives. Cramps. Swelling. Blurred vision. Moodiness. As someone living with a gluten intolerance, these are just some of the many symptoms I feel when I eat gluten. You may think to yourself, “What’s the big deal?”, but when this happens to you multiple times a day and causes you to have to sheepishly leave events early, lash out at your friends and family members for no reason, and overall ruins your day. 2 1/2 years ago, I was finally fed up of feeling this way, and decided to reach out to my Doctor and find out what I could do to combat these symptoms. My Doctor explained that there are solutions to have a healthier gut, including taking a probiotic daily, taking epsom salt baths and drinking plenty of water, but said that the best overall solution was to implement a gluten free diet. That was not easy to hear, as my favorite foods include pasta, pizza and cookies (yes, cookies are food too!) The first couple of weeks on my journey to gluten free living, it was not easy to break away from the routine of eating sandwiches for lunch, eating a soft pretzel at a game, and saying no to cake at celebrations, but once I started, I couldn’t believe how much better I felt! Not only did all of my symptoms leave immediately, but I noticed that my skin was clearer, my anxiety left, and I was back to being myself again. The best part was that I started noticing how many gluten free options there are out there, and that Indianapolis is home to a plethora of restaurants that cater to people with GI/Celiac and have incredibly delicious foods. If you find yourself in a similar situation as I am in, know that you are not alone, and this journey to healthier living can be done, especially if you live here in Indy! Ashtin F

Blogger, Latte and Lipstick

I was extremely intrigued when NOOK was coming to downtown Indianapolis because of the menu they would be offering. In November of 2017, I challenged myself to live a vegan lifestyle for thirty days. It was empowering to fuel my body with the best food there was to offer in the city! I was cooking at home more, but also challenged chefs around the town to prepare vegan dishes for me (two steakhouses!). After the challenge, I continued to eat a vegetarian lifestyle because of how good I felt on a daily basis. I haven’t gone back to eating meat and don’t plan to do so in the upcoming future! In times that you don’t get to enjoy NOOK for lunch or dinner, I hope you find this recipe to be a delicious substitute! Check out my page for directions on how to create Vegan/Paleo Taco “Meat” for your next #tacotuesday. Meg K

Blogger, FoodieIndy

HOURS: Tuesday - Friday: LUNCH - 11:30am to 5pm | DINNER - 5pm - 9pm | BAR - 11:30am to 10pm | Saturday: LUNCH - 1pm to 5pm | DINNER - 5pm to 9pm | BAR - 1pm to 10pm

Closed Sunday and Monday

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