Housed in a historic, architecturally-notable German cultural center, the Rathskeller (Indianapolis' oldest restaurant) has been in operation since 1894, and still serves such traditional Germanic fare as Sauerbraten and Schnitzel (along with such less-traditional fare as grilled yellow-fin tuna and shrimp scampi). Beer lovers will find much to love on the drink menu, as the restaurant's biergarten and Kellerbar offer brews and microbrews from Germany, Europe, the U.K. and North America. There is also live music all year round.