-Syd's Dining Hours-

Monday-Thursday: 11AM - 9PM
Friday-Saturday: 11AM - 10PM
Sunday: 12PM - 9PM

Pizza made fresh daily,
offered even after the kitchen is closed

-Syd's Bar Hours-

Monday thru Saturday: 11AM
Sunday at noon

-closing times may vary-

Remember your ID,
and drink responsibly!



Syd's Fine Food and Spirits sits on the corner of Logan and 8th Streets right on the Historic Courthouse Square din downtown Noblesville, Indiana. While there is a main entrance on Logan Street, families can enter through the family entrance around the corner on 8th Street.

Syd's is known for it's cold drinks and friendly service, Syd's Breaded Tenderloin Sandwich is considered among the best in the state - maybe the BEST! For decades, Syd's sandwiches, steaks and other great menu items keep customers coming back. Many former residents make Syd's their destination on their return trips to Noblesville.

Syd's serves up a variety of appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, and entrees items at great prices.

You can always forget the menu and go for one of Syd's Daily Specials or one of Syd's Favorites including the Breaded Tenderloin, Fried Catfish Sandwich, or just go for one of Syd's Burgers. Feeling a little adventurous today? Try the Fried Pickles!

A little thirsty? Syd's provides a wide variety of beverages: Sodas, Beer, Wine, and Spirits.

Also at Syd's, Banquet Facilities, Place for Meetings and/or Parties are available. Ask for details.

Syd's current owner, Rick Robison, is committed to making your visit to Syd's enjoyable and memorable, and thanks you for being part of a historic tradition.

Syd's T-Shirts, Sweats Shirts and Hoodies
Available in many colors and styles. Get your today!

About Syd's and the J.L. Evans Building
The Hamilton County Courthouse was built in 1879 and 10 years later the first tavern opened in the new J.L. Evans Building. The tavern benefitted from nearby railroad traffic and it offered lodging on the upper floors. The building has always been used as a tavern except during the years 1909 to 1933 when alcohol sales were prohibited by the government. Walter Carey and Sid Gill opened Syd's in 1945 and installed the locally famous shuffleboard game in the middle of the bar. They also coined the familiar Syd's catch-phrase "Howdy Bub". Syd's became known for its cold drinks and friendly service.