Tlaolli • 2830 E Washington Street • Family-run, carry-out restaurant with fresh, local tamales and traditional Mexican dishes, reinvented with a modern twist. All olive oil for healthy tamales; lots of vegan and vegetarian entrees; catering available. Tues-Sat 11am – 6pm; Sunday Brunch 9am – 2pm.
East Washington Branch Library 2822 E Washington Street • One of two historic Carnegie Libraries in Indianapolis, the East Washington Branch is the oldest building in constant use as a library in Marion County, opening in 1910. An elevator and expansion are currently planned, with upgrades in the near future.
  Golden Ace Inn • 2533 E Washington Street • Just four months after Prohibition ended, the Golden Ace opened, and the McGinley family has owned and operated the Ace ever since. Live music, trivia, and the best St Patrick’s Day in the city. Cash only!
Indiana City Brewing • 24 Shelby Street • Indiana City opened in 2013 in the historic Home Brewing Bottling House. Indiana City is a local craft brewer with a taproom open Mon-Thu 4-9; Fri-Sat 2-10; Sun 12-6. Their beers are on tap at several Indianapolis locations.
  Indianapolis Enterprise Center • 55 S State Avenue • Reuse of former A&P warehouse building, the Indianapolis Enterprise Center offers affordable office, studio, and warehouse and industrial space.
Horner Industrial Group • 1521 E Washington Street • Founded in the neighborhood in 1949, Horner Industrial Group now has three major manufacturing divisions: Horner Automation Group; Horner Lighting Group; and Horner Fan & Fabrication.
Indianapolis Liederkranz • 1417 E Washington Street • One of Indianapolis’s oldest cultural organizations, the Liederkranz was started in 1872 as a German singing society, and moved to its current location in 1912. Festivals and concerts throughout the year include a Bock Beer Fest and Summerfest, and are open to the public
" Pia Urban Cafe & Market • 2234 E Washington Street • This Puerto Rican inspired coffee and sandwich shop opened in spring 2016, serving locally-roasted coffee, Cuban sandwiches, and an assortment of local pastries, salads, and more. Open M-F 7am-3pm and Saturday 8am-2.
Catalina Bar • 3032 E Washington Street • The Catalina had its origins as a roadside diner in the 1920s and 30s, and as a tavern in the 1940s, serving workers at the PR Mallory factory directly across Washington Street. In 1956, its name was changed to The Catalina.
Heldman Exteriors • 2603 E Washington Street • Over 30 years of experience as a general contractor, focusing on exterior residential remodeling including roofing, windows, siding, and gutters, as well as commercial and residential rehab, and new construction.
Gilpin Glass • 15 N Oxford Street • Started in 1973 and still owned and operated by Jerry Gilpin, Gilpin Glass fabricates and installs windows, doors, and storefront systems.
 Angie’s List • 1030 E Washington Street • The corporate headquarters of Angie’s List run along East Washington Street in several renovated commercial, residential, and a historic firehouse. Currently starting renovation of the former Ford Factory at Oriental Street to expand their corporate headquarters.