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From 1928 until the early 70s, the corner of Kessler and College was home to Binkley’s Drug Store, which served the booming Broad Ripple, Forest Hills and Meridian Kessler neighborhoods. Scores of youngsters got their first fountain drink, milkshake, banana split and, yes, cough medicine at Binkley’s. Years later, many of those same youngsters stopped in to buy their first baby formula, fifth anniversary card and seventh pair of Foster Grants. Now Binkley’s returns to serve these same neighbors as a restaurant, bar, and meeting place. As did our namesake, we plan to have something for everyone, offering a full menu of home made appetizers, salads, pizza, sandwiches and entrées, and a huge variety of drink options.

Wheelchair Accessibility Comments

  • Small narrow restaurant but very wheelchair accessible – let hostess know you are in a wheelchair.
  • The main dining room, back dining room and bar are all wheelchair accessible.
  • No steps at entrance.
  • Wheelchair accessible restroom.
  • Tables can be close together and some seating is a bit tight.

Dining Experience

Wonderful restaurant

Restaurant Entrance Accessibility

Step free or easy ramped entrance

Relatively level grade at entrance

Restaurant Overview Accessibility

Step free or easy ramps on main dining level

Many available tables

Bar Area: reasonably accessible

Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility

Step free accessible restroom

Wide clearances in restroom

Restroom very clean

Additional Details

  • WJAR Rating:3
  • Price:$$
  • Type of Cuisine:American
  • Neighborhood:Downtown
  • Opentable Reservation:Make a Reservation >
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  • User Rating:4.2
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