About The Loft at Traders Point
Indiana's only organic farmstead restaurant! Serving Lunch and Dinner including our Award Winning Brunch on Sundays.
Our menus feature our award winning cheeses, yogurts and ice creams, along with our own 100% Grassfed Beef and pastured pork and chicken. We proudly serve other fresh food from local growers and artisans. Our culinary team proudly serves hand-picked herbs and vegetables from our own garden.
Enjoy live music during dinner every Friday night!
Private and custom events accommodated in The Roost, our private event room overlooking our farm.
On Friday nights from June through August we also serve our open-air Dinner on the Deck* with food, live music, and a farmers market - all on the garden lawn and deck, alongside our organic garden!
*We always accept reservations inside The Loft Restaurant, but we cannot accept reservations for the outdoor Dinner on the Deck.
Hours of Operation:
Sunday Brunch: 9:30am - 2:30pm; Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday, Sunday 5:00-9:00pm and Friday - Saturday 5:00-9:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Featuring live music every Friday night!
Use upper lot for handicap drop off
Private Party Facilities:
"The Roost," perched atop our historic barn and Loft restaurant, with stunning views of our organic dairy farm, is a beautiful private event room that accommodates both private and corporate events. Large windows and a wrap-around balcony offer a picturesque view of the pastures and woods where our dairy cows graze.
The Roost’s interior combines rustic and modern styles for an atmosphere well suited to a wide variety of occasions. The unique handcrafted fireplace and wood interior make a cozy and sophisticated setting for gathering with friends, family, business associates, or clients. With the addition of the adjoining lounge, overlooking The Loft’s dining room, The Roost can accommodate up to 50 guests. The intimate space can be arranged to suit a wide range of needs, including groups who require AV equipment.
Private Party Contact:
Georgia Gross: 317-733-1700x
Banquet, Beer, Cafe, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Christmas on the Farm
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The Loft at Traders Point Ratings and Reviews
The food was excellent. Fresh. Invitin ...
The food was excellent. Fresh. Inviting. The presentation was very nice as well! The servers all seemed so happy to serve! Just delightful. What a great experience all the way around! It was my first visit to this lovely restaurant but definitely not my last. I recommend anyone who is going to visit Indianapolis to make time to relax and have a wonderful meal at The Loft at Traders' Pointe.
I love the location, ambience, and food ...
I love the location, ambience, and food at The Loft. The remote setting is perfect for a relaxing meal. I appreciate the fact that it is never too noisy in the restaurant, and I enjoy shopping at the creamery when I am there.
Brunch at The Loft is always a time to l ...
Brunch at The Loft is always a time to look forward to. The food is always very good, service efficient and the atmosphere pleasurable. Eating out on the screened in porch was a bonus and the weather made it even more enjoyable.
Truly an excellent restaurant with a won ...
Truly an excellent restaurant with a wonderful selection of unique foods and flavors to choose from. On top of the fact that the serving staff is very good and very knowledgeable about the restaurant and the menu.
The service staff was slow and highly co ...
The service staff was slow and highly confused. Asking from the outset to accommodate a food allergy and to cook the fish to somewhere between mid rare and medium really threw them for a loop. It took 3 tries to get the appetizer made in a way in which I could eat it, the fish dish came out painfully overcooked and it took a while to do it in a restaurant with 10 people in it (we typically eat late). It really is a shame since the quality of the ingredients was very high; this review would be quite different if they were prepared and presented to me with more care. That's not to say it was a total loss, the steak was beautifully prepared and dessert was incredible, that's high praise from a certified pastry chef. Bottom line as I see it, avoid the fish and save room for dessert.
We had a party of 8 and everyone's food ...
We had a party of 8 and everyone's food came out delicious. Our only complaint was from the two that ordered the steak and hamburger. They ordered medium and they received a more well done piece of meat. Other than that it was pretty much perfect!
I can't say enough positive things about ...
I can't say enough positive things about our recent meal at Traders Point. The service was outstanding and the food was absolutely incredible. The four of us had some combination of beef, pork, and chicken, and all were wonderful. Supporting local farmers never tasted so good!
First time for visiting this restaurant ...
First time for visiting this restaurant for lunch. The three of us went on a weekday, during one of the few mild and not rainy days we'd been having. Of course the setting is unique in the barn-like structure, and just about everyone there preferred to be seated out on the large, covered and screened porch that overlooks the grounds. Our server was fantastic, we felt pampered even though she had several tables. My chicken-avocado wrap was delicious, but my two companions thought their burgers were very dry - probably because the meat is so lean. The only negatives were the big, noisy trucks that kept coming in and out of the property directly below where we were seated, and the fairly high price for the overall food quality.
Bummer didn't have the cheese on cheese ...
Bummer didn't have the cheese on cheese tray available for sale. Also a bit disappointed that ran out of squash blossoms for squash blossom salad. Very kind of server to not charge us, but we would have preferred squash blossoms. I wish I lived closer and could visit on a live music nite. Super beautiful location. Definitely a must to visit when in town.
Reservation for 7:45 got us seated about ...
Reservation for 7:45 got us seated about 8:10. That was my biggest complaint. Prices are pretty steep probably because of everything being organic and much of it is farm to table. My friend ordered her meat with 'no red please' but if was quite pink in the middle. I know chefs prefer this but it is the customer who is eating it. My fish was done well although the portion was modest. Atmosphere is nice although a little overly warm. For me this was a been there done that experience and I didn't buy the t-shirt.
I really enjoy The Loft and like to sup ...
I really enjoy The Loft and like to support the organic, farm to table concept, but I do have a few comments.
First, the rounded back chairs are not comfortable!
On a recent visit, I ordered the $37 steak dish and found it to be delicious though too salty (from the Bernaise??) and perhaps slightly overdone for medium-well.
I like the wine list and they will let you "sample" if you are uncertain.
We ordered a slice of chocolate pecan pie and $8 seems pretty outrageous for a dessert!
We were just there over this past weekend and service was a bit slow. Our server's description of the specials was very hard to understand--I ordered the pork special which she described as a tenderloin wrapped in pork belly that included potatoes. It did not have any starch but rather a kind of vegetable salsa that was delicious, however, the tenderloin was overcooked. We were offered dessert menus before our entree plates were cleared. This is a real serving faux pas in my opinion. I will return to The Loft, but at the prices they charge, the details should be impeccable.
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