INDIANAPOLIS -- If you've wanted some of Indianapolis' best cheese curds and beer over the past few months, you've been without one of the city's most popular options.
Twenty Tap, located at the intersection of 54th Street and College Avenue, has been closed since a grease fire damaged the building in February. There were no injuries.
It was originally supposed to open in May, but the restaurant had some "unforeseen hiccups" with the remodeling process, according to its Twitter account.
The April re-opening date turned to May, then June, which has turned to mid-late July.
On the bright side, the regulars may see at least one difference from before the fire.
Indianapolis artist and Twenty Tap bartender Drew Avery is creating a "beercentric mural" for the bar. A sneak peek has been posted on its Twitter account.
— twentytap (@twentytap) June 29, 2017
Otherwise, expect more of the same of the SoBro staple when it opens back up.