810 Broad Ripple Ave, Indianapolis, IN | Directions 4622039.869789 -86.144516
Neighborhoods: Central Indianapolis
Hottest place to dance on the block! – Very nice screens. Lots of women. So-So DJ (He played the right music but couldn't keep the flow on transitions). Nevertheless I didn't come here for the DJ I came here for the women(Yes even the 10s dancing on stage)
It seems they don't enforce a dress code on Thursdays and make sure you show up early to avoid the $3 cover.
Also, don't complain about a $3 cover fee when a majority of decent Chicago Clubs charge $20.
This Place is a Joke! – The place is filled will middle aged women dressed way wrong and the younger ladies are bombarded by middle-aged men (club owners included) --a real sleeze factory--drinks are cheap and everyone seems drunk--fun only if your with a group, a few cocktails in and don't care where you are!!
Dress Code – At least they don't make you go in thru another entrance with a jacked - up cover charge, basically running two bars under one license like the one on the west side. Dress code is enforced at all bars so don't whine about it. Believe me this is not discrimination.
If your black, be prepaired to be turned away at the door – I cant believe this. Its the year 2009 and theres still places like this. The first time I came here I stood in line behind three white men all three had sneakers on T. Shirts and one even had on a baggy t shirt. When I walked up and showed my ID, I noticed the two doormen where acting verry funny and the the doorman looked me up and down and said I couldnt come in because my pants were sagging. I couldnt believe what I heard because my pants were clearly up on my waiste with a belt. I lifted up my shirt and asked him what was he talking about?? He simply asked me to leave and to come back next week when I came dressed apropriately, So I did. this time I pulled my pants past my waste to make sure that would have not ben a problem. This time the door man acused me of wearing tennishoes I was clearly wereing dress shoes. we both argued back in forth about it and he stood his ground. I simply stepped away drom the door and stood a few feet away on the side walk and watched him let a white gentleman in who was clearly in violation of the dress code. He had on baggy cackie shorts and tennishoes. I walked back to the bouncer and asked him why he let that man in and he simply said you need to leave. At that point, it became clear to me what was going on. I even watched them turn away another African American male who was dressed apropriately and he was shocked and didnt understand as well. However, I did.
Dumbest dress code! – I have never been here, and will never go! I thought it sounded like a cool place until I read the dress code. No white t-shirts? No baggy clothes, guys have to tuck in their jewelry? No flip-flops on guys? They might as well just say "Thugs and homosexuals not permitted!" I understand reasons for dress codes, but some of these are just ridiculous. Why can women wear visible jewelry and flip-flops, but men can't? And what's with the 'no plain white t-shirts' thing? I definitely won't go here just because of the ridiculous dress code. My fiance wears somewhat baggy clothes and that's what he's comfortable in. He isn't going to wear tight, preppy clothes just to "fit in" with the crowd even though I think we would get along with the people just fine as we are.
Editorial Review by Christy Buena – Locals flock to the cozy club for dancing and inexpensive drinks as well as music.
Landsharks IS Broadripple! The staff is awesome and energetic, its always a nice crowd, tons of gorgeous women and always have good drink specials. Its my home away from home. If you've never been, you definitely need to check out the expansion. Landsharks in 1 word "AWESOME"
Great Place – Highly recommended to be one of the better place in Indy to go. Staff was very friendly and made sure you were taken care of with drinks.
a fun and safe place – this place is a really fun place to hang out. also i feel very comfortable and safe in landsharks
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