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 after work or on a day off.
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.
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 more than 100 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 savory entrees, panini sandwiches, salads, and an array of delicious appetizers and small plates including charcuterie from Smoking Goose. Our unique menu is designed to pair well with wine and provides an assortment of flavors and items. From a light meal, mussels in white wine sauce paired with a simple green salad, to heartier fare, four cheese ravioli with short rib marinara, there is something for everyone.
We love our neighborhood! Fountain Square is known as a home for unique independent restaurants, art galleries and studios, live entertainment, vintage wares, a vibrant retail mix, and small professional offices. Thanks to the efforts of many organizations, groups, and individuals, Fountain Square is developing as a primary live/work community for Indianapolis artists.
The designation of Fountain Square as one of Indiana’s first urban Main Street programs, coupled with the distinction of being named as one of the six Indianapolis Cultural Districts, along with the completion of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, has the commercial district poised for continued reinvestment and improvement.