The Repeal restaurant property was purchased by Bill and Teresa Webster in 2013.
Previously, the building served as a bank built in the 1920s.
Today, it houses not only the restaurant, but 1205 Distillery.
Vaults from the bank, which closed in 1933, are still found in the restaurant.
In fact, customers can rent out the vault room for private dining.
Bill said Repeal serves a variety of traditional dishes but focuses on southern cuisine.
One side of the building is dedicated to Repeal, and the other to 1205.
1205 specializes in craft cocktails along with a variety of whiskies, vodka and bourbons.
A new bourbon will be sold this summer.
One of the whiskey varieties was named, Four Fingers Rye as one of the bartenders accidentally cut off his pinky finger during an incident.
Customers will find smoked jalapenos, Cajun shrimp, rib eye steak and a great deal of sandwiches.
Sundays are special as more than eight types of tacos are offered.
Teresa said she makes all of the desserts herself – including the bread pudding.
The goal at 12.05 is to give the people of Indiana quality spirits made with local ingredients.
12.05 Gin recently received a silver medal at the Artisan Spirits Awards in San Francisco.