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Circle City Connect Around Town: Ralston’s DraftHouse

Circle City Connect hosts a monthly Around Town for Indianapolis young professionals to meet, hang out, and build connections at a different restaurant or bar in the city.

In May, we’ll be at Ralston’s DraftHouse on Mass Ave. Ralston’s has been a fixture of the neighborhood for the past several years. It’s a great spot to stop for a quick pint or dinner before going to a show at the Murat.

With its extensive and eclectic menu and mile-long tap list including delicious local, national, and international beers, Ralston’s has loads of options. If you eat meat, try the Bourbon Glazed Pulled Pork – it’s delicious. Not a meat fan? Try the Ratatouille flatbread – yum!

If you make a new friend or two at the Around Town, grab some darts and pick a board and start throwing or try out the shuffleboard table.

From the location to the menu to the company, we’re sure you’ll have a great time at this month’s Around Town. Join us Tuesday, May 2 at 5:30pm and let’s grab a drink and chat!

FUN FACT: Ralston’s DraftHouse is named after Alexander Ralston, one of the architects who planned the layout of the city of Indianapolis. He was an assistant to Pierre L’Enfant during the planning of Washington D.C., which explains the matching grid systems – and the diagonal roads like Mass Ave!