Set in the historic, 19th century Athenaeum Building downtown, The Rathskeller is reminiscent of both a quaint inn tucked in the Bavarian hills and a lively beer hall in Munich. Voted Best German Restaurant seven years in a row, even a true German feels at home here.
from Jäegerschnitzel to Filet Mignon, the award-winning menu features authentic German cuisine as well as steak, seafood, chicken, pork and vegetarian entrees. The Rathskeller also features an extensive wine and beer menu .
Offering Private Rooms for your next private event. From 10-400 the let the Rathskeller be the venue that all of your guests remember. Visit www.rathskeller.com for more information or call and talk to one of the Rathskeller’s Event Planners Today.
Live Music Here at the Rathskeller Wednesday-Saturday
in the winter bands are in the Bar during the week from 6-9 on Fridays in the Grand Ballroom from 8-12 and on Saturdays 8-12 or 9-1 in the bar or grand ballroom depeding on Special Events Summers in the Biergarten-Open late April-October
Wednesday and Thursdays 7-10 and Friday and Satruday from 7-11.
Band Schedule at www.rathskeller.com
Upcoming Events at Rathskeller Restaurant
Past Events at Rathskeller Restaurant
Dead Letter Office has dedicated themselves to faithfully reproducing the music and energy of a live R.E.M. show. Since 2014, they’ve been thrilling audiences throughout the U.S. & Canada, providing a show that’s been sorely missed since R.E.M called it quits.
Not only do they perform R.E.M.’s major hits, but they also dive deep into their catalog to please the die-hard fans! They’re the only R.E.M. tribute band to have members of R.E.M. perform with them (Mike Mills joining them on stage in Buffalo NY….and Peter Buck joining them on stage at Clusterfest in San Francisco!!).
6:30 – 7:30 Opening band TBD
8:00 – 10:00 Dead Letter Office
$15 at the door
Tags: Live Music, Dead Letter Office – A tribute to R.E.M.
An Evening of Zeppelin Classics starring The Warrior Kings with special guest Troye Kinnett. Acoustic set by THE ELECT at 8 p.m. – $10 entry
Tags: Live Music, he Warrior Kings with special guest Troye Kinnett, Led Zepplin
Jirard The Completionist
Friday, November 22nd at Basille Theatre at the Historic Athenaeum
Doors 7PM / Show 8PM
All shows 21+
Day of Show: $20
Get Tickets: https://fanlink.to/thecompletionisttix
More info at http://www.mokbpresents.com/. Have a question? Email us at [email protected]!
Tags: Jirard The Completionist, Live Music, MOKB Presents
Hey everyone- I’ve had the idea of starting a Progressive Thinktank in Indianapolis. I’d like to get everyone’s thoughts on what this might be and the ideas and concepts that could be researched and tested in Indianapolis. You might also consider this a Do Tank as pilot projects that we hope will be replicated also will be part of the project.
Possibilities include social issues, the environment, and education, though I want to be a little vague to leave room for creativity. So come Monday, bring a friend, and let me pick your brain.
Tags: Progressive Thinktank, Indy Progressive Rotary
As an internationally recognized poet, author, and speaker, Mr Tim Swain has been captivating audiences for years as an award-winning performer and catalyst for social change. He has competed in slam poetry competitions across the United States and has been the keynote speaker at dozens of conferences. Swain has headlined venues in Mexico and Africa focusing on empowerment through literacy, as well had his work serve as the inspiration for Why I Write, a national anti-bullying campaign in London, England.
He holds a M.Ed. from Texas State University-San Marcos and serves with Anidaso 360, a non-profit committed to developing disenfranchised communities through education, economic, and social development. Since its inception in 2014, Anidaso 360 has impacted hundreds of families, mobilized dozens of leaders to Africa, and invested more than $146,000 in empowerment initiatives, including an alternative energy computer lab, microfinance projects, and a multipurpose kitchen for entrepreneurs in Ghana.
On a daily basis he strives to be the best father, husband, and leader that truly embodies his commitment to empowering marginalized communities.
Join us on Monday to hear from this inspiring, industrious entrepreneur.
Tags: internationally recognized poet, author, and speaker, Mr Tim Swain
Robert L. Marshall Jr. is a former Building Excellent Schools (BES) Fellow and now serves as the Executive Director of Vanguard Collegiate of Indianapolis. Mr. Marshall brings a breadth of human services and program management experience to the Founding Team of Vanguard Collegiate. A native to Indianapolis, Mr. Marshall is committed to ensuring high quality public education options for minority and under-served youth in our city. His career began in program management largely focused in youth development. With a deep concern for the achievement gap experienced by so many of our children, he has approached every challenge with the goal of leveling the playing field. Having held leadership positions in organizations such as 100 Black Men of Indianapolis and the Boys and Girls Club of Indianapolis, Mr. Marshall has been an integral part of large fundraising initiatives, strategic plan development, and volunteer management.
Most recently, he worked as the Senior Director of Programs at the Center for Leadership Development, and managed programs supporting the advancement of minority youth in Central Indiana as future professional business and community leaders. As a Fellow with Building Excellent Schools, Mr. Marshall has studied and deeply analyzed best practices of over 40 high performing urban charter schools and has received extensive development in the areas of organizational development, instructional design, charter accountability, and leadership. Mr. Marshall received his B.A. in Political Science and Law from Morehouse College and is currently studying Organization Leadership at the University of Indianapolis.
Join us at the next Rotary Club meeting to meet Robert and hear his vision for the school he leads!
Tags: Robert L. Marshall Jr., Executive Director of Vanguard Collegiate of Indianapolis, Indy Progressive Rotary
Isabel Hundt is a successful Inspirational Speaker, Founder of the #ISeeUMovement, Sociologist, certified Transformation Coach working with Highly Sensitive Visionaries and World Changers aka Empath-Warriors™, Emotions Clearing Practitioner, published Author of The Power of Faith-Driven Success and 2x Amazon Bestselling Co-Author.
Her expertise revolves around navigating your emotional world, the power of intuition and the importance of trust and perseverance in today’s society. Isabel has been featured on over 100 TV, well-known radio and podcast shows.
When Isabel is not coaching, teaching or speaking she enjoys spending time with her husband and son. She also loves to be out in nature to go for long walks, hike in the mountains or camp in the woods. Isabel’s family is very focused on health and therefore are passionate about growing their own little vegetable, herb and fruit garden each year.
Join us as we hear Isabel’s story and learn about all the great things she is doing to help people manage their emotions!
Tags: manage emotions, talk, leadership, Isabel Hundt, Rathskeller
Who is advocating for our parents and students of IPS? IPS Community Coalition is!
IPSCC is dedicated to education justice and committed to equity, community-based public schools with a democratically elected school board where students, parents, and teachers are respected and appreciated while developing critically thinking citizens. We want the best for IPS and will complete the work of advocating for students, parents, teachers, and community voice.
Join us and hear from Executive Director, Dountonia S. Batts, and the organization’s Workshop/Training Action Group Leaders. This will be Mrs. Batts’ second visit to our club this year!
Tags: IPS Community Coalition, Executive Director, Dountonia S. Batts, presentation
Antwan Houser, a Pastor and United States Navy Veteran, is a dedicated leader who loves working with and impacting the lives of youth and young adults in all facets of life. Houser currently serves as the minister over the Young Adult Ministry at Emmanuel MBC in Indianapolis, IN under the leadership of Pastor Dr. Daryl K. Webster, and his role at Emmanuel has afforded him with the great opportunity to pour into the lives of youth and young adults for over 10 years. Antwan has always had a thirst and desire to work in and be a community leader and a humbled yet prominent voice for the community.
With the amount of increased crime and murders that had taken place in our city, he felt that it was time for him to step up. Since those committing the crime were closer to his age group and generation, yet no one from his generation had stepped up to speak out against the crimes. Antwan sensed that there was no better time of uniting together as young pastors, preachers and leaders to stand and joining the fight becoming the voice for this generation. Antwan being committed to improving the quality of life of the City of Indianapolis along with its communities and generations of today and future founded and is the president of UPLIFT (United Pastors & Leaders Influencing Future Transformations). In the foundation Antwan states “We don’t take away from and will continue to pay homage to the senior pastors and leaders in the community that have labored and are laboring to make our city a better place to live and raise families. We as the younger generation want to help and do our part.”
Under his leadership UPLIFT also developed a young men’s program named UPLIFT G.O.A.L.S. (Gentlemen Overcoming and Achieving Life Situations) as well as a young ladies program UPLIFT P.E.A.R.L.S. (Preparing Equipping Affirming Respectful Ladies for Success) where both programs go back to the basics of what it means to be a gentleman and lady. Antwan additionally finds time to visit and partner with schools, to include Colleges, Indianapolis Public Schools, schools within Lawrence and Pike Townships as well as Charter schools speaking about the importance of education, giving back to your community, by not becoming a negative statistic but a positive product as well as being the best that they can be not just in school, but in life.
Join us and hear Houser’s story and how we may be able to help him advance his mission in the community.
Tags: Antwan Houser, UPLIFT, leadership, Young Adult Ministry, Emmanuel MBC