About this Business
- Cafe, American, Contemporary
Excellent service, good food, happy server, nice view
I've been there for breakfast and lunch. Nothing is outstanding; at best, it was upscale food one could order in a hospital cafeteria. The location, name, and design are great, but there's no reason to eat there if you want a good meal.
I really wanted to like this restaurant, as I really like Punch Burger, which I believe these owners also own, and I love the idea of local-sourced food. I was underwhelmed the first time I visited and thought I'd try a second time by buying the Groupon. Again, the food just did not resonate for me.
A co-worker and I had lunch at the Labor District. She had been before, but I had not.
I ordered broccoli-cheddar soup and a Club sandwich and thought the food was very fresh, flavorful and not very expensive. Compared to other cafes, the Labor District stands out because of the freshness of their food.
The food was great but the price is a bit high. The chicken finger are great but be expecting a little bit more salt then normal in the breading on the chicken but again they were great.
nice place. Will gladly go back
Needed a bigger lunch crowd....maybe pass out menu flyers at street level and offer a free soda or
cookie just to get people up to their 2nd floor location.
They serve breakfast all day!
From Our Editors
The Labor District Cafe treats guests to a smorgasbord of hearty locally sourced comfort food, its menu setting stomachs rumbling with promises of Indy cheesesteak sandwiches, fried catfish, eggs and bacon, and biscuits. Each bite of omelet, meatloaf, and club sandwich bursts at the seams with local pride—with the restaurant's poultry, ham, eggs, coffee, and condiments all sourced from Indiana farms and producers.
The Labor District Cafe