Sip wines by the glass. Relax with friends and have a snack. Take home your favorite bottle. The Wine Market is a neighborhood place to hang out and discover wine.
We also a great stop while visiting Irvington. We are located along the main commercial corridor of Historic Irvington, just east of downtown Indianapolis.
We believe a glass of wine, light food and conversation go together quite nicely. We think people love a locally owned, neighborhood wine bar and market where they can sit back and enjoy the afternoon or evening.
We offer a nice selection of wine-themed gifts, beautiful gift bags, and greeting cards. We can help you create a meaningful gift for any wine lover.
The Wine Market offers a wide variety of wines from virtually every wine producing region of the world with a rotating selection of by-the-glass options. Our popular wine flight is a great way to taste a few different wines – choose four of our rotating selections for your flight.
Our selection is focused is on great affordable wines not found in mass market retailers and features 90+ wines from around the world. Bottles may be purchased to enjoy on-site or for carry out. We do not charge a corkage fee…the price you see is the price you pay to enjoy the bottle in our shop or at home.
We also offer bottled local craft beers and sodas.
Our menu offers generous sharable starters including charcuterie and cheese boards, fresh crab cakes, and mussels in white wine sauce, along with entree salads and sandwiches. Everything is made fresh, just for you. You can also indulge your sweet tooth with home made concoctions from our friends at BitterSweet.
Irvington is one of the oldest suburbs of Indianapolis, founded in 1870 when it was surrounded by farm land. Now part of the eclectic east side of Indianapolis, Irvington has become one of the city’s finest neighborhoods to work, shop, play and live.
Butler University, which called Irvington home from 1875 to 1928, helped to establish the area as a cultural and arts destination. In 1987, Irvington became the largest district in Marion County to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The community has retained many of its most appealing characteristics, and is especially known for it’s winding tree-lined streets, beautiful parks and historically significant homes and businesses.