DETOUR TO DIVVY
FULL CLOSURE OF RANGELINE ROAD & CITY CENTER
The intersection will be closed for approximately 14 days
beginning Monday, June 12.
* Access to Carmel City Center will remain OPEN during this time.
Visitors may travel north on Rangeline Road and turn left into
the underground parking garage (free parking!).
Visitors may also travel east on City Center Drive
and access the Center near the restaurant, divvy
(again, free parking and valet!).
More info on Carmel City Center website.
The businesses at Carmel City Center
appreciate your support during this construction closure!
One of Indy's
25 Best Restaurants
Indy Monthly magazine
Carmel City Center
71 W City Center Drive, Carmel, IN 46032
divvy is 21 & over
Monday - Thursday 11am - 10pm
Friday - Saturday 11am - 12am
Call for reservations 317-706-0000
Complimentary Valet Service
at Carmel City Center
Tuesday - Saturday evening
Indiana’s Top Chefs Spotlighting
Richelle And Kevin Rider
divvy, a locally owned sharing plates restaurant & bar, encourages tasting new dishes & sharing among friends to create wonderful memories.
divvy, from the owners of Woodys Library Restaurant, Richelle & Kevin 'Woody' Rider, offers a unique dining atmosphere for guests 21 & over. The menu features contemporary American small plates focusing on a dining experience to be shared.
The sharing plates concept simply refers to several smaller courses allowing guests to sample more variety in one meal. Our extensive menu features over 100 small plates in the range of $3.95-$15.95, taster tours for wine, champagne, beer and port and plenty of options for special dietary needs including vegan, gluten-free and lactose-free. In addition to our popular small plates selections, divvy also offers lunch 11am - 3pm.
According to owner Kevin 'Woody' Rider, “The name ‘divvy’ was chosen because of the phrase ‘divvy it up.’ We want our guests to enjoy the social atmosphere and the camaraderie of sharing the dining experience with their friends.”
Co-owner and Chef Richelle Rider explains, “I want people with special dietary needs to be able to enjoy dining out and not feel limited. Dining out is something that is needed in life…it is a form of entertainment. I want everyone to enjoy themselves.” Richelle is degreed in nutrition and dietetics and has been named one of “Indy’s Top 10 Chefs.”
All in all, one can expect the unexpected at divvy. “We want divvy to have a dining experience that you won’t find elsewhere,” said Kevin “Woody” Rider. While visitors to divvy may be dining there before or after a performance at the Palladium, the whole shared experience at divvy is intended to be a special event in itself. Patrons can enjoy enchanting views of the Palladium while gathering with friends - staying true to its tagline of “sip, share, savor.”