NEW ORLEANS-INSPIRED VOODOO DIVE BAR, PATRON SAINT, SET TO OPEN DOWNTOWN

NEW ORLEANS-INSPIRED VOODOO DIVE BAR, PATRON SAINT, SET TO OPEN DOWNTOWN

NEW ORLEANS-INSPIRED VOODOO DIVE BAR, PATRON SAINT, SET TO OPEN DOWNTOWN

Industry veterans will bring traditional Big Easy elements new destination

 

INDIANAPOLIS – Guests will soon be able to experience a taste of the Big Easy in the Circle City at the Patron Saint, a New Orleans-inspired voodoo dive bar. Industry veterans John Larner (originally from New Orleans), Slater Hogan and Brandy Allen-Harveth partnered to operate, create and develop the space set to open to the public on Saturday, Nov. 10.

 

“We each travel to New Orleans often and absolutely love the vibe of the city,” said Brandy Allen-Harveth, partner of Patron Saint. “After being in the hospitality industry for a number of years, we wanted to bring a new, fresh concept to Indianapolis that celebrated the history and lifestyle of another city we love.”

 

Able to hold 186 people, Patron Saint will feature a rich color scheme reflecting New Orleans flair coupled with the charm of a dive bar. One-of-a-kind art installations by local artists Shane Brown and Brian Presnell will include murals, an Ouija board ceiling rendering and custom-made wall art.

 

“After living in New Orleans for years, my goal is to bring in the traditional elements of the Big Easy that make living in and experiencing New Orleans so distinctive,” said John Larner, partner of Patron Saint. “Our team is working very hard to incorporate New Orleans culture in every aspect – including cocktails named after popular streets.”

 

Patron Saint will focus on featuring specialty drinks associated with New Orleans, including:

  • Hurricanes (created in New Orleans in the 1940s)
  • Gin Fizz Machine (Henry C. Ramos invented the Ramos gin fizzin 1888 at his bar, the Imperial Cabinet Saloon on Gravier Street in New Orleans)
  • Absinthe fountains
  • Abita Beer (New Orleans-based brewery)
  • Sazerac (using Herbsaint, a substitute absinthe crafted in New Orleans)

 

Additionally, the the space will include a Patron tequila shine featuring two frozen drink options, one batched cocktail on draft and shots of Patron on draft.

 

“One of my favorite aspects of Patron Saint will be what we call alternative programming,” said Slater Hogan, partner of Patron Saint. “Based on the relationships we’ve developed through the years in the entertainment scene, we will feature nationally-known performers, up-and-coming artists, local DJs and more.”

 

Specific programming will include:

  • Proper every Thursday (underground house and techno)
  • Latin Night every Friday
  • Open format every Saturday
  • First Sunday of the month: Saved featuring Action Jackson and Gabby Love (disco and indie dance)
  • Second Sunday of the month: Confessions featuring Lemmy Vice and Gigante (90s and 2000s R&B)
  • Third Sunday of the month: Rapture featuring Cool Hand Lex (Blog house)
  • Fourth Sunday of the month: Savior Sundays featuring DJ Mass Appeal and Cadillac G (tech house)

 

 

Located in the heart of Indianapolis at 250 S. Meridian Street, Patron Saint will be open seven days a week from 7 p.m. – 3 a.m. For more information about Patron Saint, visit Facebook.com/ThePatronSaint.

NEW ORLEANS-INSPIRED VOODOO DIVE BAR, PATRON SAINT, SET TO OPEN DOWNTOWN

Industry veterans will bring traditional Big Easy elements new destination

 

INDIANAPOLIS – Guests will soon be able to experience a taste of the Big Easy in the Circle City at the Patron Saint, a New Orleans-inspired voodoo dive bar. Industry veterans John Larner (originally from New Orleans), Slater Hogan and Brandy Allen-Harveth partnered to operate, create and develop the space set to open to the public on Saturday, Nov. 10.

 

“We each travel to New Orleans often and absolutely love the vibe of the city,” said Brandy Allen-Harveth, partner of Patron Saint. “After being in the hospitality industry for a number of years, we wanted to bring a new, fresh concept to Indianapolis that celebrated the history and lifestyle of another city we love.”

 

Able to hold 186 people, Patron Saint will feature a rich color scheme reflecting New Orleans flair coupled with the charm of a dive bar. One-of-a-kind art installations by local artists Shane Brown and Brian Presnell will include murals, an Ouija board ceiling rendering and custom-made wall art.

 

“After living in New Orleans for years, my goal is to bring in the traditional elements of the Big Easy that make living in and experiencing New Orleans so distinctive,” said John Larner, partner of Patron Saint. “Our team is working very hard to incorporate New Orleans culture in every aspect – including cocktails named after popular streets.”

 

Patron Saint will focus on featuring specialty drinks associated with New Orleans, including:

  • Hurricanes (created in New Orleans in the 1940s)
  • Gin Fizz Machine (Henry C. Ramos invented the Ramos gin fizzin 1888 at his bar, the Imperial Cabinet Saloon on Gravier Street in New Orleans)
  • Absinthe fountains
  • Abita Beer (New Orleans-based brewery)
  • Sazerac (using Herbsaint, a substitute absinthe crafted in New Orleans)

 

Additionally, the the space will include a Patron tequila shine featuring two frozen drink options, one batched cocktail on draft and shots of Patron on draft.

 

“One of my favorite aspects of Patron Saint will be what we call alternative programming,” said Slater Hogan, partner of Patron Saint. “Based on the relationships we’ve developed through the years in the entertainment scene, we will feature nationally-known performers, up-and-coming artists, local DJs and more.”

 

Specific programming will include:

  • Proper every Thursday (underground house and techno)
  • Latin Night every Friday
  • Open format every Saturday
  • First Sunday of the month: Saved featuring Action Jackson and Gabby Love (disco and indie dance)
  • Second Sunday of the month: Confessions featuring Lemmy Vice and Gigante (90s and 2000s R&B)
  • Third Sunday of the month: Rapture featuring Cool Hand Lex (Blog house)
  • Fourth Sunday of the month: Savior Sundays featuring DJ Mass Appeal and Cadillac G (tech house)

 

 

Located in the heart of Indianapolis at 250 S. Meridian Street, Patron Saint will be open seven days a week from 7 p.m. – 3 a.m. For more information about Patron Saint, visit Facebook.com/ThePatronSaint.

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