If you’re an Indianapolis local on social media lately, you’ve probably seen something about Antilogy.
This new Indy-area restaurant has been making waves on Instagram, with diners who visited during its opening week raving about their overall experience. Antilogy is a unique addition to a commercial area that is mostly populated with chain stores and dining establishments, making it all the more appealing.
Officially offering brunch, wine, and bourbon, Antilogy also has a shareable plates menu for the evening crowd and a separate coffee menu available all day.
I took my daughters to brunch at Greenwood’s newest spot, and we left craving more. Literally. There are at least four more brunch entrees I need to try.
This time, I settled on the vanilla bourbon French toast, featuring locally braided challah bread, powdered sugar, and maple bourbon syrup.
I’ve been telling everyone I know to run to brunch at Antilogy if that’s any indication of just how delicious my meal was.
I also love that Antilogy puts a focus on supporting the local community by sourcing ingredients, including its challah bread, from Central Indiana.
My daughters both loved their choices too, as you can see from Ella’s pancake-filled “chipmunk cheeks.”
The restaurant is extremely family-friendly, with a children’s menu, high-chairs, and booster seats readily available to patrons.
Parents of young children should note that they may find themselves waiting a bit, so bringing toys or an iPad is smart. On opening weekend, the wait for a brunch table ranged from 20-40 minutes. Fortunately, Antilogy will text you when your table is ready, so parents can take little ones outside without fear of losing their spot.
In regard to decor, Antilogy has mastered an aesthetic that works just as well for family brunch as it does for evening cocktails.
A mixture of traditional four-tops, long farmhouse-style tables [above], and cool leather booths are interspersed with intimate seating areas that scream “date night” [below].
The bar area is my favorite section of the restaurant, though.
I have an ongoing obsession with forest green and gold, so it isn’t tough to figure out why the bar stood out to me. You can also glimpse Antilogy’s bourbon and wine selection on the open shelving.
Anyone looking for a fabulous brunch restaurant or an interesting date night spot outside of downtown should add Antilogy to their Indy-area to-do list as soon as possible.
Plus, the bathrooms have to-die-for wallpaper and light fixtures — and I always judge a restaurant by its bathroom decor.
Have you been to Antilogy yet?
Antilogy is located at 5867 N State Road 135 Greenwood, IN 46143.
P.S. As always, I love to hear from you on Instagram, @_rebekahbarton.