Geronimo Hospitality Group, owner and operator of award-winning lodging, dining, golf and fitness facilities including Ironworks Hotel Indy, announces Sundry and Vice and Certain Feelings Coffee Company as the newest drink destinations coming to Bottleworks District. These new tenants will open during Phase I of the project later this year.
Both Sundry and Vice and Certain Feelings Coffee Company – a new concept by the owners of Coat Check Coffee, Provider and Strange Bird – will be joining The Garage, the city’s first food hall. The businesses join a growing list of restaurants coming to the new community-focused marketplace. The Garage now has 18 confirmed food and drink options.
Opened in 2015, cocktail bar Sundry and Vice currently has a location in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, with Bottleworks being its first expansion. Sundry and Vice will serve modern takes on classic cocktails, using syrups made in house and freshly squeezed juices, and will have an emphasis on draft cocktails. The offerings build on the brand’s world-class cocktail program with hospitality that arises from Midwestern ethos.
“We have loved seeing people’s love for inventive cocktails grow in Over-the-Rhine with our apothecary-style design,” said Stuart King, owner of Sundry and Vice. “As we expand to Bottleworks, we look forward to seeing that same love flourish in Indy.”
Also joining the Bottleworks District is Certain Feelings Coffee Company, a new concept from the owners of the local Coat Check Coffee, Provider and Strange Bird brands. Certain Feelings will source and roast its own coffee, managing every aspect of the drink from seed to cup, ensuring an extra level of care for customers. Certain Feelings will also serve a variety of traditional drinks and treats, including unique beverages like cocktail-inspired speciality drinks and lattes.
“We are thrilled to expand our brand to Bottleworks District,” said Courtney Thompson, part owner of Certain Feelings. “Two of our existing cafes are located in historic buildings, so the transition to Bottleworks seemed like a perfect fit for our theme and vision. We’re looking forward to bringing a fresh, new light into the historic place.”
“We are excited to have Sundry and Vice and Certain Feelings Coffee Company join The Garage,” said Jeff Whiteman, Chief Operating Officer of Geronimo Hospitality Group. “It’s important for us to incorporate beloved Midwest brands like Sundry and Vice, as well as local staples like the Certain Feelings brands, to make Bottleworks’ The Garage a distinct culinary hub that offers an experience you can’t find anywhere else in the city.”
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