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A new day in Irvington

(Photo via Eat Here Indy)

The moment Indiana was waiting for – finally having the opportunity to purchase liquor on Sundays. Now another long-awaited ban goes down and an Irvington establishment serves hard liquor. Bonna Station opened last week – ending a drought dating back to the late 1800’s when Irvington was founded.

Beer has long been available in the neighborhood as local craft brewery Black Acre calls Irvington home. But when Jacob Julian and Sylvester Johnson founded and developed Irvington in the late 1870s from old farm property – they deemed hard liquor too harsh.

Bonna Station is the latest development from Chris and Amy Baggott which includes Clustertruck, Griggsby’s Station in Greenfield, and Irvington’s The Mug & Tyner Pond Market in the same strip.

Customers can expect a locally sourced pub-menu and cocktails in the $8 to $10 range.

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