About Indianapolis

With wide boulevards and waterways, monuments and grand old neighborhoods galore, Indianapolis is a capital as stately as they come. Each district is distinctive, even within the confines of the relatively small downtown area.

Wholesale District

Once a humble discount shopping destination, the Wholesale District has become Downtown Indianapolis' central commercial and cultural hub. The Indiana Statehouse and the obelisk-like Soldiers and Sailors Monument are twin landmarks trumpeting the neighborhood's weighty stature. Indiana Convention Center is here, as are Conseco Fieldhouse and Lucas Oil Stadium, homes of the NBA Indiana Pacers and NFL Indianapolis Colts respectively. Hotels, theaters, shopping centers and restaurants fill in the gaps, ensuring that the area never ceases to bustle.

Mass Ave

Of the big diagonal boulevards leading out of the city center, Massachusetts Avenue is the surefire choice for excitement. It's just under a mile long, but that mile is absolutely jam packed with stuff to do. First and foremost, Mass Ave is a serious theater district. Theaters up and down the way serve up compelling selections throughout the year, and the annual Fringe Festival sees all those theaters and more taking to the streets with a week of boundary-busting programming. In addition to theater, the area features expertly curated galleries, like the McFee Gallery & Studio, and trendy boutiques like Tantrum, which is full of cutting-edge designs from the region and beyond. In terms of food and drink there are also many options, including beloved restaurants and friendly neighborhood bars like the R Bistro and the Old Point Tavern.

The Canal and White River State Park

The Canal and White River State Park tell the story of Indianapolis' segue from the industrial cloud of the past into a bright, shining future. Once a failed attempt to lure water-bound commerce and trade into the region, the canal itself is now a charming landmark. Leisurely walkways, manicured gardens, top-flight museums and cute condominiums line its banks, all leading the way to White River State Park. Here you'll find the Indianapolis Zoo, stunning views of the city, and miles of pristine riverbank. Don't miss the Indiana State Museum, right on the canal, with its comprehensive overview of Hoosier history. Military Park and the Herron School of Art & Design are both just a stone's throw north of the canal, the park full of shade trees and monuments, Herron full of brooding design students and galleries open to the public.

Fountain Square

Another relic-of-the-past-turned-symbol-of-the-new is Fountain Square, a historic entertainment district revitalized by bright new businesses and a real sense of culture. The Fountain Square Theatre Building is the heart of it all. Outwardly, it appears at the convergence of three major thoroughfares, looming above the fountain for which the neighborhood is named. Inside, there is a theater, a cafe, a diner, a smokehouse, an inn and two floors of duckpin bowling (Action Duckpin. on the fourth floor, with views of the neighborhood below, and Atomic Duckpin in the basement).

Across the street, Deano's Vino provides a similarly wide array of services, in a more intimate setting. First and foremost, it's a wine bar with an impressive selection and lovely atmosphere. But they also have some choice microbrews on tap, as well as tempting lunch and dinner menus. The neighborhood's premier mid-size concert venue is Radio Radio, which has a classic atmosphere befitting its location in Fountain Square. While some of the acts performing here can be a bit retro too, Radio Radio is also a fine place to see contemporary groups perform.

Lockerbie Square

Lockerbie Square is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city -- and lovingly preserved. The cobblestone streets and handsome old Victorians are intact, as is the neighborhood's overall old-world feeling. The Historic James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home, itself a beautifully preserved structure, tells the story of Lockerbie Square as well as that of the poet himself. On the quaint area's outskirts are great pubs and neighborhood restaurants, and the action of Mass Ave is just a few blocks away.

Woodruff Place

Of all the region's grand old neighborhoods, Woodruff Place is one of the crown jewels. It's just a few square blocks in size, but its drives are lined with ancient trees and regal mansions, and there's an ornate fountain at every intersection. What's more, the neighborhood inspired The Magnificent Ambersons, which in turn inspired The Royal Tenenbaums (and in it, Gene Hackman's heartbreaking performance in the title role).

Broad Ripple

Once an outlying municipality of its own, Broad Ripple was enveloped by the ever-growing city of Indianapolis, and is now considered the place to party in Indy. Broad Ripple Avenue is lined with bars, clubs, shops and interesting dining options. One of the best record stores in the Midwest is here. It's called Indy CD & Vinyl, it has a gracious staff and a superior selection. Off the strip, the fun continues. More businesses and sights can be found throughout, and a canal snakes through the center of the neighborhood and leads the way into Broad Ripple Park, a riverside haven of fields and trees.

Bacon Swamp

There's really not a whole lot going on in Bacon Swamp. It's an outlying residential area with a couple of fast food chains and maybe a gas station. But its name is Bacon Swamp!

Little Mexico

Little Mexico is a brief stretch of town on the West side, anchored by a taqueria on one end and a futbol field on the other. A handful of shops and businesses sit in between.

  • Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA)

    4000 Michigan Road Indianapolis, IN 46208-3326 United States - Phone: +1 317 920 2660 / +1 317 923 1331
    The Indianapolis Museum of Art was established in the year 1883 and has since grown to accommodate a staggering 50,000 pieces of art. Its permanent collection is on par with those of some of the world's most renowned art institutions. The museum itself underwent renovations that increased its gallery space and improved both access and amenities. Longtime local boy Wolfgang Puck oversees the on-site café, which serves contemporary cuisine with a breathtaking view of the IMA grounds.
  • Lawn at White River State Park

    801 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 233 2434
    Spend a night listening to music under a blanket of stars on the lawn at White River State Park. Open since August 2003, this venue acts as a perfect place to hold outdoor events and shows and can hold up to 5,000 people. It also has a bandstand on the waterfront. Catch various musical and cultural events by buying your tickets at the lawn box office or at the Murrat Center box office, which acts as a primary center for the Lawn.  Concert goers get chairs to plonk themselves on and get comfy. On non-event days, this garden serves as a popular picnic place.
  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway

    4790 West 16th Street Indianapolis, IN 46222 United States - Phone: +1 317 492 8500
    This legendary track hosts some of the most anticipated auto racing events in the world. The Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400, and the US Grand Prix keep the Indianapolis Motor Speedway busy through the spring and summer. The on-site Hall of Fame Museum houses yesteryear memorabilia and artifacts. At any given time at least 75 vehicles are on display for the public.
  • American Legion Mall (ALM)

    700 North Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis, IN 46206 United States - Phone: +1 317 639 4282(Tourist Information) /+1 800 323 1639(Toll Free)
    American Legion Mall (ALM) pays homage to the sacrifice of the World War I heroes, namely: Corporal James B. Gresham of Company F, 16th Infantry and Evansville Indiana. Local events and festivities like the Earth Day Indiana Festival and the Fiesta Indianapolis take place along this magnificent monument. Call the Indianapolis Convention Bureau for more details.
  • The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

    3000 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46208-4716 United States - Phone: +1 317 334 3322

    Want to see your child blossom into the Einstein of the future? Bring them to The Children's Museum of Indianapolis and see their talents grow. Visit rare exhibits, educational displays, and child-centric festivities and events at this unique museum. With an aim to foster better cognitive abilities and out-of-the-box thinking among young ones, this museum has laid out an elaborate array of exhibits for children to explore. Children will love the variety of exhibits held here: Barbie displays, ghost hotels, space planetariums, Egyptian lifestyle, exhibits on health, science and technology among other things. When hunger pangs strike, rush to the Food Court and grab a quick bite to eat. Visit the museum store and buy exotic memorabilia to take home with you. You can also host birthday parties and kids' events at this venue.

  • Stonycreek Farm

    11366 State Road 38 East Noblesville, IN 46060 United States - Phone: +1 317 773 3344
    Take a trip out of town and enjoy the beautiful fall foliage at Stonycreek Farm. Their annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival is a great choice for the kids, complete with hay rides, a haunted house, candle dipping, and of course, a full patch of pumpkins! Located about 20 miles outside of the city center, it is a great choice for a day trip. Celebrate major events and festivities at the farm and have a memorable day out with family and friends. The farm also has a market which is open for lunch, and all the day's activities are sure to leave you hungry for some good country cooking. You can also host private events, camps and barn parties among other things at this venue. It is also an ideal spot to enjoy picnics and family events. Visits are permitted by appointments only between 22nd December and 19th March
  • Monument Circle

    Monument Circle Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States
    A visit to downtown Indianapolis is incomplete without a stroll down the Monument Circle. This historic landmark encloses the famous Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, which pays homage to the heroes of the American Revolution. This site is also home to a wide range of cultural and local events held by the city. Attend the Marsh Cookout on the Circle, where you can expect good food for a good cause. Call the Visitors Bureau for more details on current and upcoming events.
  • Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

    1230 North Delaware Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 631 1888
    One of the famous landmarks of Indianapolis, the President Benjamin Harrison Home was built in the 1870s and is now a museum dedicated to President Harrison. In order to explore his life, the historic building houses artifacts and books belonging to the Harrison family. The chambers have period furniture, the president's personal items, and political memorabilia. The house is also a venue for city events and exhibitions. Tours of the house are held every half hour.
  • Bankers Life Fieldhouse

    125 South Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 917 2727
    Home to the Indiana Pacers and the Indiana Fever, Bankers Life Fieldhouse is on a permanent adrenaline rush. Add to that occasional live music concerts by the likes of Celine Dion and Neil Diamond, and temperatures are bound to soar. A huge sports facility, in the basketball-crazy state of Indiana, Bankers Life Fieldhouse is like a magnet for locals and visitors alike. With a capacity of more than 18000 spectators, there is no end to the kinds of events that can be held here. The visual appeal of the facility is awe-inspiring for its sheer magnitude and world-class amenities.
  • Indianapolis Zoo

    1200 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46222 United States - Phone: +1 317 630 2001
    The Indianapolis Zoo, located in the White River State Park, exhibits a collection of plants, 350 animal species, and has the largest aquarium in Indianapolis. Get ready for a close look at snakes, iguanas and other reptiles. Or go to the plains area to see lions and giraffes wandering about like it was the savanna. After the exciting trip you can find something to eat in the on-site restaurant, or just enjoy an ice-cream from one of the snack bars.
  • Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites

    650 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: + 1 317 232 1637
    The Indiana State Museum is located along the canal in White River State Park. The museum has three floors of galleries that tell the story of the great state of Indiana. Visitors are inspired to learn more about the state (and its glittering capital city) by exploring its art, science and culture. Some galleries on the top floor are often devoted to much sought-after traveling exhibitions as well. The building itself is a sight to behold, especially after noting that it is constructed exclusively of Hoosier materials: limestone, steel, brick, sandstone and glass. It is truly a work of art. On site is a two-story gift shop and some casual dining options.
  • Athenaeum Foundation

    401 East Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 630 4569
    The Athenaeum Foundation is a German American community center, which is an architectural landmark on the National Register of Historic Places. The foundation is known to preserve the rich German American heritage of Indianapolis by regaining its culture, sports and education. The Athenaeum Foundation also organizes a number of festivals and events round the year like the St. Martin's Children's Lantern Fest, Summer Concert Series and the July 4th Celebration.
  • Lucas Oil Stadium

    500 South Capitol Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46225-1117 United States - Phone: +1 317 262 8600
    Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts, is one of the finest facilities in the league. The stadium's distinctive look and feel recall an Indianapolis of old, though its interior boasts every modern amenity a spectator or player could require. Additionally, its central location makes it easy to take in a game and then saunter over to any number of downtown hot spots for even more fun.
  • Military Park

    W New York Street & N West Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 634 4567
    Military Park is Indianapolis' oldest and most storied. In this city of epic monuments and patriotic celebrations, this has been the site of many of the above. Today, it sits on the bank of the Canal, and provides safe haven for students and working folk looking for a shady spot to while away a sunny afternoon.
  • Fountain Square Theatre Building

    1105 Prospect Street Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States - Phone: +1 317 686 6010
    The historic Fountain Square Theatre Building is a hub of retro-themed activity.  The building itself is located just outside of downtown Indianapolis. It has a soda fountain, a steakhouse, an inn, and even a pair of duckpin bowling alleys! See website for full listing of events.
  • Broad Ripple Park

    1550 Broad Ripple Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 327 7161
    Established in 1946, the Broad Ripple Park area has served the community in a variety of ways over the years, including being home to an amusement park and hosting Olympic tryouts. Today the area is a park and recreational area with a swimming pool, playground, picnic area, tennis courts, athletic fields, dog park, boat ramp to the adjacent White River, a wooded area, and a half-mile unpaved fitness trail. Picnic shelters are available for rent. The Family Center offers a list of classes and activities for all ages.
  • Hinkle Fieldhouse

    4600 Sunset Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46208 United States - Phone: +1 800 368 6852
    Built in 1928, the Hinkle Fieldhouse was once the largest basketball venue in the country. Located on the campus of Butler University, this basketball stadium attracts students, sports lovers and spectators alike. Call or visit the website to check out the game schedule.
  • Easley Winery

    205 N College Ave Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 636 4516
    Easley Winery has different types of grape wines and other fruit wines to serve.  The wine list is as follows: dry wines, semi-dry wines and semi-sweet wines.  This winery offers wine for tasting free seven days a week.  Visit this winery and treat yourself to a good wine.
  • Indianapolis

    Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 262 3000(Tourist Information)
    Boasting of a rich history and cultural identity, the capital city of Indiana is a real find for art lovers. Studded circle full of incredible monuments and memorials, Indianapolis attracts hoards of tourists year after year. Shopaholics, sportsmen, nature lovers, history students and partygoers will all find much to explore around the city. Racing enthusiasts will love visiting the city during major car racing and karting events, while the culturally inclined will not want to miss out on the passel of music, art, community and cultural events that dot the yearly calendar. Call the tourist office for more details.
  • Conner Prairie Interactive History Park

    13400 Allisonville Road Fishers, IN 46038 United States - Phone: +1 317 776 6006 / +1 800 966 1836(Toll Free)
    The magnificent history of Indiana is animated and brought to life at the Conner Prairie Interactive History Park. Visiting this interactive park is all about a hands on approach through various programs events and daily activities for those big and small. Families will appreciate the kid friendly atmosphere from the Animals Encounter Barn to the nature walks on preserved prairie land. 
  • Indiana Repertory Theatre

    140 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States
    The Indiana Repertory Theater is setting the bar high for regional theater. Each season offers a series of nine plays taken from literary greats from around the country. The theater tries to pick plays with subject matter that inspires reflection and discussion, so a night at this theater is sure to be a mental workout. With a high quality of professionalism of performance, there is no such thing as a bad night at the Rep.  
  • White River State Park

    801 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 233 2434

    White River State Park welcomes you to sample its myriad delights. Located in the heart of the city, this enormous park beckons you to visit its premises and learn more about mother nature. It houses the Indianapolis Zoo, which is home to a variety of species of wild animals that children and adults alike will love to see. The two museums within the park ensure that you're well versed with local history, culture and traditions. Visit the on site Baseball Park and have a gala time cheering your favorite teams to victory. Ride your bike around the park or explore the scenic waters on boats. If you suddenly feel like watching a film, the Imax movie hall is close at hand. You can also book the facilities for hosting private events. The park is also home to a bevy of local and community events and cultural festivities held at one of the numerous event spaces within: the Lawn, amphitheaters and amusement zones. The visitor's center is an ideal place to stop and get your bearings before you wind your way through the park. Check website or call the park for more details.

  • Bill Monroe Music Park and Campground

    5163 SR 135 North Bean Blossom , IN 46160 United States - Phone: +1 812 988 6422 / +1 800 414 4677(Toll Free)
    Located in Bean Blossom and home to the Bluegrass Festival, lies the Bill Monroe's Memorial Music & Campground. Named after the legendary Bill Monroe, the park is spacious and surrounded by lush greenery. Visitors can partake in a number of activities like jogging, fishing, hiking, camping and even hold picnics here. Music lovers come in numbers and set up their tents, in June for the annual Bill Monroe Bluegrass Festival which brings to town performers from all around the globe. Call ahead for more information.
  • Indianapolis Central Library

    40 East Saint Clair Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 275 4100
    The Indianapolis Central Library in all its grandeur is a marvelous work of architecture. Built in the Greek Doric style, it is beautiful and a splendid structure. While browsing through the books, one can also make use of the wireless internet service provided. The library also contains a meeting room available to the public. For registration at the library, credit cards are also accepted. Offering a very comfortable study time with computer and copy machines at ones disposal, it offers a serene environment. For further information, call on the numbers mentioned.
  • Freetown Village

    625 Indiana Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 631 1870
    The Freetown Village aims at promoting art and culture amongst the African-American Community. It was started by Ophelia Wellington who wanted to spread a word or two about the Afro-American history. The Freetown Village organizes various theatre performances, dances and African cultural programs which aim to spread awareness of the African community in Indiana. They also conduct research work on the history of the community in Indiana and even hold camps, workshops, organize tours, walks and other outdoor activities for children. The Freetown Village also has a very creative and well trained team of troops who are available for performances.
  • The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art

    500 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 636 9378
    The globe trotting and knowledge seeking tourist will not want to miss this splendid museum. One of the few museums that strives to preserve all of the arts of the American West, it houses a large collection of both Western and Native American art. This makes it a great place to learn about indigenous people in the context of American history. The museum arranges events and programs to encourage community in the city. Private parties like weddings and business conferences can also be held within its beautiful environs. For further information on current exhibitions, log on to their website.
  • Asa Bales Park

    149 East 181st Street Westfield, IN 46074 United States - Phone: +1 317 804 3185
    The lush green park in Westfield that allows you to just relax and unwind, derives its name from a very benevolent soul. Asa Bales was the person who gave Westfield its name and engaged in noble works of kindness. He desired for the establishment of a school and an orphanage within the city. The park is now a serene place where one can just soak in the fresh air and rejuvenate. The playground and picnic shelter are flooded by several in the city. Head straight to the park for a relaxing jog or to simply enjoy moments of solitude.
  • Johnson County Park

    2949 East North Street Franklin , IN 46131 United States - Phone: +1 812 526 6809
    Johnson County Park is a beautiful lush green park perfect to escape from the city squalor. Surrounded by pine trees, pastures, fresh air and chirping birds, coming here is like staying in the sanctity of nature. The park is great to have that quintessential family picnic or for some quality time with your loved ones. The park has multiple spaces within itself which include smaller park and a golf course. The park is also a host to many social events like horse shows, charity events, literary events and so on. You can spend a night or two here with their provisions for shelters. Overall, this place is ideal for that much needed tranquility and peace of mind.
  • North Side Optimist Opti-Park

    Broad Ripple 66th Street & College Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 800 323 4639(Tourist Information)
    North Side Optimist Opti-Park may have an unusual name but there is nothing unusual about it. This green space may not be exactly in the heart of the city center, but its charming location in Broad Ripple village makes it popular with locals who stop by for some fresh air. Weekends and holidays during summer are perhaps the best time to come when you can catch a live concert or some community events and festivities being celebrated here.
  • Downtown Indianapolis

    Meridian Street & Ohio Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 327 4622(Tourist Information)
    Boasting of an important location, Downtown Indianapolis is the city's central zone of all activity. The area is populated by a plethora of awe-inspiring edifices, popular eateries, frequently visited clubs and bars and famous malls that are visited by crazy shoppers. Downtown Indianapolis is visited by several tourists to peek into the busy life of the city as well as by business travelers who come here to attend conferences and delegate meetings at the Indiana Convention Center. The Monument Circle is another hub of activity where local events, community gatherings and processions take place regularly. Call the tourist information center to know more.
  • Eagle Creek Park

    7840 West 56th Street Indianapolis, IN 46254-9706 United States - Phone: +1 317 327 7116
    The Eagle Creek Park is a delightful and spacious stretch of green. With the countless entertainment opportunities available, you won't know what to do first. The beautiful park serves as home to the beautiful lily lake, hiking trails, a waterfowl sanctuary, nature and retreat centers. It even offers space for picnics and areas to go fishing. Eagle Creek Park is a place where you can see a variety of flora and fauna. The site is also the beginning point for many beautiful hiking trails. Designated as a nature reserve, it is the perfect spot for a relaxing afternoon for any nature lover. Check website for more details.
  • Pendleton Falls Park

    299 Falls Park Drive Pendleton, IN 46064 United States - Phone: +1 765 778 2222
    The Pendleton Falls Park was allotted over 150 acres despite the small size of this obscure town. The historic falls have been the epicenter of human settlement for centuries much before the settlers arrived. As of now, the park is home to a museum, winding and well-marked nature trails for hikers and a huge public swimming pool. Meeting room facilities are available as well as a divine setting for wedding receptions and other memorable events. This is no ordinary park and Pendleton is no ordinary town; the legend of the falls have found their own place in the towns daily existence.
  • Courthouse Square

    Bordered By College Avenue, Walnut, Market And Franklin Streets Greencastle, IN 46135 United States - Phone: +1 765 653 3100 (Tourist Information)
    The Courthouse Square Historic District finds itself on the prestigious U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and with good reason. Constructed in 1839 mainly out of limestone and brick, this precinct's main attraction is the Putnam County Courthouse which sports a grand clock along its entrance. Most of the buildings here manifest Late Victorian elements which make for interesting photo opportunities.
  • Lincoln Park

    25th Street and Lincoln Parkway Drive Columbus, IN 47201 United States - Phone: +1 812 376 2680
  • Tipton Lakes Marina

    6000 Tipton Lakes Boulevard Columbus, IN 47201 United States - Phone: +1 812 342 8522
  • Lions Park

    115 South Elm Street Zionsville, IN 46077 United States - Phone: +1 317 873 5540
  • Cool Creek Park and Nature Center

    2000 East 151st Street Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 774 2500
    The Cool Creek Park and Nature Center offers a cool spot for early morning jogging and bird-watching. For nature enthusiasts there is also a hiking-trail and opportunities of cycling. Set in picturesque surroundings of prairies and wetlands, this park also hosts nature events and concerts round the year. It also includes basketball courts and soccer fields.
  • Scottish Rite Cathedral

    650 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 262 3100
    The beautiful architecture of this Cathedral is a treat for the eyes. Though the walls are a simple gray, the colorful stained glass windows and mosaics will take you by surprise and leave you in awe. This historic space also offers its banquet hall, ballroom and auditorium for theatrical performances, private parties, corporate events, luncheons and other acts.
  • Buck Creek Winery

    11747 Indian Creek Road South Indianapolis, IN 46259 United States - Phone: +1 317 862 9463
    This lush green winery will amaze you with its views. Founded in 1991, one of Indiana's favorite wine destinations is spread across four acres of vineyards. With reasonable prices, this small spot offers warm service and some excellent wines. A must-have is the Alley Cat wine, which has hints of cranberries and strawberries mixed with a touch of spice.
  • The Waterpark

    1235 Central Park Drive East Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 848 7275
    The Water Park is an excellent option to beat the summer heat. Equipped with slides and lap pools, the park offers the ultimate aquatic pleasures for a lazy day spent with family and friends. There are various water-rides to enjoy. It is an off-beat way to celebrate a birthday, and the management provides facilities to make it more eventful. Do experience the Flow Rider here.
  • Flowing Well Park

    5100 East 116th Street Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 848 7275
    At this hidden gem, one can rest in the shade and enjoy a picnic. As part of the Carmel Clay Parks group, it offer excellent opportunities for fishing. It has an accidentally discovered artesian well in the center that forms a geyser. It is an ideal destination for hiking among beautiful flowers and trees.
  • Carmel Arts & Design District

    Main Street Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 571 2787
    This popular arts district opens up a host of options for the art-enthusiast that range from art galleries, sculptures, shops, spas and antique stores. This area has it all, including music, dance, theater and visual arts. It is popular among patrons of art, so be sure to stop by for a visit.
  • Oldfields-Lilly House & Gardens

    4000 Michigan Road Indianapolis, IN 46208 United States - Phone: +1 317 923 1331
    After a visit to the Indianapolis Museum of Art, explore the Oldfields – Lilly House & Gardens. Nestled on the grounds of the museum, this 26-acre (10.5 hectare) verdant landscape features manicured lawns, exotic flora, sculptures, fountains and garden ornaments. The mansion, former home of late business luminary and philanthropist J.K. Lilly Jr., boasts 22 rooms and illustrates American Country Place Era architecture. Take an audio tour of the house museum for a glimpse of 1930s culture.
  • The Benton House

    312 South Downey Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46219 United States - Phone: +1 317 357 0318
    The Benton House was home of Allen R. Benton (Butler University's former president). Built in 1873, this beautiful abode is now under the purview of The Benton House Association that maintains and manages it. This splendid estate listed in the National Register of Historic Places can also be rented for private events and celebrations. For more details, check website.
  • Brookside Park

    3500 Brookside Parkway South Drive Indianapolis, IN 46201 United States - Phone: +1 317 327 7179
    Brookside Park is a municipal park in Indianapolis, Indiana, spread across 108 acres (43 hectares). It is an urban setting near the neighborhoods in downtown Indianapolis, which is a low income group area. The park’s main attractions includes a public swimming pool, a huge community center sprawling across 20,000 square feet (1858 square meters), baseball fields, soccer fields, a golf course, basketball courts, outdoor shelters, and several nature trails throughout the park. The park runs on the sides of Pogue’s Run, which is a tributary of the White River.
  • McKim Observatory

    DePauw Avenue Greencastle, IN 46135 United States - Phone: +1 765 658 4654
    Greencastle in Indiana is swanked by the historic McKim Observatory. It is a monumental astronomical observatory and is functioned and owned by DePauw University. It was constructed in 1894 and is named after the prominent Robert McKim. A magnificent highlight of the site is the Clark 9.5 inch refractor that provides a view of the planets, moon, nebulae, star clusters and galaxies. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Medal of Honor Memorial

    650 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 261 5447
    The distinguished Medal of Honor Memorial is a monumental memorial situated in Indianapolis, Indiana in U.S.A. It ably honors the recipients of the prestigious Medal of Honor, which is rightfully the topmost award conferred by the United States Military for valor. It comprises of as many as 27 glass panel sets in concrete bases. It also constitutes Indiana limestone in reflexes of buff, gray and pink. The panels are organized in 15 walls and the site is aesthetically intact. The remarkable Memorial has also been honored with the 2001 Merit Award by the American Society of Landscape Architects. 
  • Chesterfield Spiritualist Camp District

    50 Lincoln Drive Chesterfield, IN 46017 United States - Phone: +1 765 378 0235
    Chesterfield Spiritualist Camp District is a spiritual camp that makes up an entire district in Chesterfield, Indiana. This historic camp was established in 1886 as the center of the Indiana Association of Spiritualists, who offer a number of spiritual services such as faith healing, psychic reading, spiritual development, seminary etc. The camp has seen many popular students, like Don Kemp, a well known spiritual medium. Today, the camp has a number of programs for the spiritually inclined ones, along with other amenities. Others can just visit the place due to its historic and architectural significance.
  • Ellenberger Park

    5301 East St. Clair Street Indianapolis, IN 46219 United States - Phone: +1 317 327 7176
    Earlier known as Jameson Park, the celebrated Ellenberger Park was established in 1903. It is situated in the historic district of Irvington, which lies in the east side of Indianapolis. A great sight for visitors, the park underwent additions in the form of a pool in 1930, and an ice rink in 1962. Although the latter was closed down in 2009, the park boasts of eight tennis courts, two playgrounds, a softball diamond, a baseball diamond, a football field and a fitness trail, to enlist a few. There is a hill that is ideal for winter sports such as snowboarding and sledding. With great amenities and scenic views, the Ellenberger Park assures a memorable visit.
  • Forsythe Mill Covered Bridge

    West 650 South Rushville, IN 46173 United States
    Forsythe Covered Bridge or the Forsythe Mill Bridge is named in the honor of Asa Forsythe,a mill owner from the adjoining area. Emmett L. Kennedy built this bridge and it was completed in 1888. Crossing the Big Flat Rock River, the covered bridge is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Fort Harrison State Park

    6000 North Post Road Indianapolis, IN 46216 United States - Phone: +1 317 591 0904
    Also known as Fort Ben, Fort Harrison is a state park that was established in 1996. This park offers an unique blend of history and scenery, and has something for everyone. History buffs can explore the historic Citizen's Military Training Camp and the Museum of 20th Century Warfare. Nature lovers can visit the Nature Center or simply walk through the trails of this green oasis. Other activities at the Fort Harrison State Park include fishing, hiking, ice fishing and cross-country skiing. It is also home to the Fort Golf Resort & Conference Center. There's even a dog park on-site, so you can give your furry friend a great day out. 
  • Holcomb Gardens

    4600 Sunset Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46208 United States - Phone: +1 317 940 4321
    Nestled in the sprawling campus of the Butler University, the Holcomb Gardens is home to lovely flora and plants. The splendid flowers, the greenery and the calm pond simply add to the beauty of the garden. This garden also hosts lectures and other educational events on a regular basis.
  • Owen County Courthouse

    Courthouse Square Spencer, IN 47460 United States
    The Owen County Courthouse is a beautiful Classical Revival building constructed in 1911. Owing to its magnificent structure, it became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. The courthouse still continues to fulfill its purpose by the serving the people of the county.
  • Indiana Statehouse

    200 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 233 3116
    This beautiful state capitol building  known as the Indiana Statehouse is a home to the Indiana General Assembly that features the state officials. Standing still as a beauty and well maintained in it's historical architecture the place is a delight ti watch and is a must visit place. 

  • Indiana World War Memorial

    431 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 650 9058
    The Indiana World War Memorial Plaza is a beautiful structure built in honor of the soldiers who have fought the World War I. This place is a memorial to the State's and the Nation's soldiers. The center consists of a plaza that houses a museum, a shrine room and an auditorium. It is a beauty to be here and it refreshes the memories and also speaks about the history of the World War.

  • Pendleton Historic District

    128 State Street Pendleton, IN 46064 United States - Phone: +1 765 778 2173
    One of the most historically diverse and significant districts in the U.S. State of Indiana is the Pendleton Historic District. The district is a fine 19th Century district with many prominent sites. Most of the contributing structures in the district finely depict the Federal, Greek Revival and the Bungalow/Craftsman styles of architecture. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1991. The Falls Park is a fine recreational destination in the district. 
  • Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument

    1 Monument Circle Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 262 3000(Tourist Information)
    Nestled in the heart of the Monument Circle in the center of downtown, the Soldiers and Sailors Monument is certainly a tall monument. Built in honor of the veterans of American Revolution, Mexican-American War, US Civil War, and the Spanish American War, the beautiful monument features a museum in it's basement. The monument is at it's best during Christmas when it is decorated as a beautiful Christmas tree with lights.
  • Skiles Test Nature Park

    6828 Fall Creek Road Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 327 2473
    The Skiles Test Nature Park that is spread over 80.91 acres of land, is a great area of natural resources and wildlife habitat. Featuring trails, forest areas, park and plantation areas, the park is a great historic place that exhibits history of the place. Bird watching is the most famous activity here which is enjoyed by all elders and young crowd. The park is a great place to visit which is accessible from dawn to dusk. 

  • William Conner House

    13400 Allisonville Road Fishers, IN 46038 United States
    The William Conner House stands to immense historical significance. Located in the Fishers city of the U.S. State of Indiana, the house dates back to 1823. It is a marvelous depiction of the Federal style of architecture. The site stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The brick house and barn has seen varied owners but with tremendous vintage value, it stays as a great historical site. 
  • Stapp's Circle S Ranch

    4858 Indiana 46 Greensburg, IN 47240 United States - Phone: +1 877 474 2327(Toll Free) /+1 812 663 6709
    If you love wildlife, then this petting zoo is a great place to be. Established in 2001 by couple Jim and Theresa Stapp, the Stapp's Circle S Ranch is a not for profit establishment that is offers fun times for the family with their animals. Get up and close with tiger cubs, black bears, deers, llamas and more. All the animals have spacious enclosures and some roam in open fields and are a delight to watch.
  • Strauther Pleak Round Barn

    North County Road 100 W Greensburg, IN 47240 United States - Phone: +1 800 373 6064(Toll Free)
    The Strauther Pleak Round Barn is a historic round barn built in 1914. It became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1993 owing to its architectural & historic value.
  • Hendricks Park

    1313 Madison Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 327 7036
    Situated across the Madison Avenue, the Hendricks Park is a lovely green space. Here, you can simply take a stroll or read a book; it also features a shelter.
  • University Park

    431 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States
    The University Park is a part of the Indiana World War Memorial Plaza Historic District. The park was established in 1876 and features a number of statues and sculptures, with a grand fountain in the center. The details of the architecture in the park will make you feel like you've transported yourself to some European city, with the park seeming especially beautiful just after sunset in the lovely glow of the warm street lights.
  • Indiana War Memorial

    431 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 232 7615
    The Indiana War Memorial is the central piece in the historic plaza dedicated to the memory of those who have served in the army. This national landmark stands at a remarkable 210 feet (64 meters) tall, and was built to resemble the tomb of King Mausolus. Inside the memorial is a free museum exploring American military history from the Revolutionary War to modern conflicts, with a special focus on Indiana's role in these conflicts.
  • International Orangutan Center

    1200 W. Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46222 United States - Phone: +1 317 630 2001

    The International Orangutan Center is a new exhibit at the Indianapolis Zoo that offers an in-depth look into orangutans, one of the world's most endangered species. Explore one of the biggest groups of orangutans in America and interact with the friendly creatures through the interactive kiosks offered. The Center is specifically designed to meet the needs of the orangutans, both socially and intellectually, and strives to shed light on these animals' plight. Come face-to-face with an orangutan and watch as they swing from branch to branch high above your head. It's a whole new experience that will be thrilling for people of all ages.

    The Orangutan Center is included with zoo admission.  

  • City Market Catacombs

    City Market Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States

    The City Market in Indianapolis is a popular tourist destination, where thousands of people visit all of the time. Little do they know, underneath their feet and located well underground, lurks the City Market Catacombs. A true hidden gem, its a rusty brick grotto that used to be a public event hall but has since transformed into a historic attraction for curious visitors. Beneath the city streets features a cool area - meats and produce used to be stored here because of the low temperature - and limestone archways. The Catacombs are not easy to find, aren't open to the public and are only available to see through tours. 

    Tours available the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month, May through October  

    Tours begin at 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12 p.m., 12:30 p.m., and 1 p.m.

  • St. Elmo Steak House

    127 South Illinois Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 635 0636
    Come and visit the oldest steakhouse in Indianapolis. With its traditional atmosphere, professional service and distinguished menu, this place has a reputation that precedes it, and with good reason, too! Feast on the steaks, chicken and seafood, and wash it all down with the wide selection of wines—they have nearly a thousand varieties! If you are looking for a place for fine dining, give this one a try.
  • Morton's

    41 East Washington Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 229 4700
    This upscale eatery in Indianapolis serves up some of the best steaks in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip—it's all featured on the menu, and you can whet your appetite beforehand with the seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among the desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake—it will prepare you for the toll that dining here is sure to take on your wallet!
  • Oceanaire Seafood Room

    30 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 955 2277
    If you are looking to indulge in the finest seafood money can buy, then Oceanaire is the place to go. From more common dishes, such as the Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper and Live Maine Lobsters, to the truly exotic, such as Whole Dover Sole and Sea of Cortez No. 1 Bluefin Tuna, this upscale restaurant has it all. With fare like this, you cannot help but leave satisfied. Nothing but the freshest of ingredients go into the making of your meal, so when they say that your fish may have been still swimming the day before, they really mean it.
  • Palomino

    49 West Maryland Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 974 0400
    Palomino has such a varied menu, it can be exceedingly difficult to make up your mind as to which dish you would prefer. From Asiago-Almond Crusted Sea Scallops, to Grilled Apricot Cilantro Chicken, to USDA Prime Top Sirloin, they really do have it all! If you feel like going Italian, try one of their several Roma Style Pizzas, or the Brick Oven Baked Penne Rustica. There is also a select list of cocktails, wines and beers to go with your meal.
  • Birdy's Bar & Grill

    2131 East 71st Street Indianapolis, IN 46220-1307 United States - Phone: +1 317 254 8971
    If you thought Birdy's was just a bar for beers and a game of darts, think twice. A popular venue for concerts, the bar and grill provides live entertainment to rock fans in and around Indiana. Catch live performances by acts such as The Futureheads, The Avett Brothers, Joseph Arthur and other local bands and budding artistes. To add to all of that, the food is just scrumptious. Visitors should be over 21 years.
  • Kona Jack's Fish Market & Sushi Bar

    9419 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46260 United States - Phone: +1 317 843 1609
    Known as one of the best seafood destinations around, Kona Jack's Fish Market & Sushi Bar is the place to be in Indianapolis for seafood lovers. Cool, airy interiors, warm wooden flooring and pretty outdoor seating make dining here a delight. Dig into fresh seafood prepared with a Hawaiian twang. Sashimi ichiban, crab-stuffed mushrooms, Cajun shrimp...mmmm yum. Inspired? You can even pick up fish from the market and carry it home. Aloha.
  • Fogo de Chão

    117 East Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 638 4000
    Fogo de Chão, the renowned branch of the famous franchise, serves the best in steaks and barbeque. The meats are delectable as they are seasoned and marinated to perfection and roasted over an open flame (which is Fogo's trademark) to retain their flavor and juiciness. The decor here is pleasant with natural tones, dark wood, and teak finishes to give it an elegant yet not overbearing touch. For some of the best experiences in roasted meat cuisine, Fogo won't leave you disappointed-- with its vast variety there is something for everyone. They also have great salads and a wonderful selection of wines to complement the menu.
  • Bonefish Grill

    1001 North State Road 135 Greenwood, IN 46142 United States - Phone: +1 317 884 3992
    Famous for their focus on seafood, the Bonefish Grill also has other dishes on their menu like steaks, chops, chicken, pasta, soups, salads and a number of specially selected wines. So come along with family and friends and enjoy the unique dining experience in the restaurants unique ambiance.
  • Bynum's Steak House

    3850 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46217 United States - Phone: +1 317 784 9880
    Bynum's Steak House has a fun and relaxed atmosphere and has been voted as the best steak house on Indianapolis' South side for three years in a row. This restaurant offers a variety in brunch, lunch and dinner but don't forget to try the award winning Chocolate Suicide cake they have in desserts. The bar also has a list of wines and other drinks to choose from.
  • Carrabba's Italian Grill

    4690 Southport Crossings Drive Southport, IN 46237 United States - Phone: +1 317 881 4008
    Carrabba's Italian Grill founded by Johnny Carrabba and Damian Mandola, serves you the best of Italian food by preserving its authenticity. Come here and you will find fresh handmade Italian dishes along with their house specialties like Chicken Marsala, Tender-filet, handmade pizzas and not to forget the Thrill of the Grills menu. The restaurant offers a special menu for the younger guest so come in with your family and dine in the fun-loving atmosphere.
  • Courtyard Cafe

    4650 Southport Crossings Drive Indianapolis, IN 46237 United States - Phone: +1 317 885 9799
    Courtyard Cafe is an in-house restaurant of the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel. It is newly renovated and is located on the greater south side of Indianapolis. The cuisine they serve is American, and is open for breakfast. So begin your day with the healthy breakfast they offer.
  • Adobe Grill

    110 East Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 842 9990
    The Adobe Grill attracts people for its awesome Mexican dishes and its wonderful variety in its menu right from appetizers, lunches, brunches, desserts, special kid's menus and over 90 tequilas. The bar is open till late on Wednesday and Saturday for some great salsa dancing and live music. The restaurant also offers private dining rooms for its guests. So come here and make your dining special with food, music and dancing.
  • The Columbia Club

    121 Monument Circle Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 767 1361
    Best known for its exclusive club features, The Columbia Club offers accommodations that are less costly than its neighbors. Home to celebrities and politicians, the Columbia Club was founded in 1889 and has hosted events for all of the Republican U.S. Presidents. Today, the Columbia Club opens its doors to a diverse crowd, hoping to attract those who value luxury and fine dining.
  • Shula's Steakhouse

    50 South Capitol Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 231 3900
    Shula's Steakhouse has made its presence felt at The Westin Indianapolis . Shula's Steakhouse is one of the many restaurants owned by ex-NFL player and coach Don Shula. The restaurant caters to the patrons of the hotel with their tasty meals consisting of steaks and sea food. One could try the 32 ounce prime rib or a lobster to suit ones appetite and choice. The elegant yet comfortable interiors complete the wholesome experience.
  • R Bistro

    888 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 423 0312
    Chef Regina Mehallick is something of a local celebrity in Indianapolis. Her innovative menus keep locals hungry for more, whether they're drawing inspiration from kitchens in California, France, Italy, the Mediterranean, or Asia. Offerings come and go on a weekly basis in an effort to showcase fresh, seasonal ingredients. The wine list is on par with the best in the region, and the desserts are positively stunning. A shot of Campari over house-made lemon sorbet, simple though it may have been, has left at least one diner begging for more.
  • Slippery Noodle Inn

    372 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 631 6974
    Known as Indiana's oldest bar, The Slippery Noodle Inn has seen its share of action. It's a hub for blues in the area, and it has been home to countless wild shows over the years. There's still live blues being played seven days a week. Being located in a great sports town, the Noodle makes itself available to sports fans as well, hosting many a celebration. Even when there's nothing going on, the place is still packed with happy diners and drinkers chowing down on the hearty menu, featuring everything from traditional bar fare to steaks and pastas, and drinking everything from martinis to micro brews.
  • Shapiro's Delicatessen

    808 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 631 4041
    There are famous delicatessens all over the country, but Shapiro's blows most out of the water. Its menu has both depth and breadth, offering sandwiches, snacks, salads, dinner plates, breakfasts, desserts and a variety of drinks both alcoholic and not. Meats are done to perfection, side dishes are treated with as much care as the mains, and special orders are happily accepted. The place is spacious too, so you'll never have to navigate the unruly crowds common at comparable delis in New York or Los Angeles. See website for sister locations, online ordering and more.
  • The Rathskeller

    401 East Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 636 0396
    Down under Mass Ave, there's a basement banquet hall known as Rathskeller. The building is an archaic-looking structure befitting such an establishment, and it is adorned with a wealth of old-country kitsch. The kitchen serves a filling menu of Bavarian specialties, and the bar pours stein after stein of full-bodied German lager. There's live music occasionally, and a party atmosphere always. The happy hour crowd can be found here imbibing cocktails and beer, and enjoying bar snacks. The gorgeous biergarten out back plays host to banquets and events, and is the perfect place to enjoy a beer and a sausage on a warm summer day.
  • Yats

    659 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 686 6380
    As far as restaurant concepts go, Yats may have a lock on something truly golden. They keep things simple and it wins diners over; over and over and over. You walk in, peruse the chalkboard menu, and order one of four or five options. All are hearty stews or curries, served over rice, with toast on the side. All are spicy creole concoctions evocative of a gritty old New Orleans. All warm the heart and soul. The space is small but comfortable, with quirky art and furnishings throughout. See website for sister locations, catering info and more.
  • Amici's Italian Restaurant

    601 E New York Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 634 0440
    On a quiet corner on the edge of the Lockerbie Square area sits one of the jewels of the Indianapolis dining scene. Amici's is a modest neighborhood Italian joint, but it shines like a culinary star straight out of the old country. Pizzas are primo. Pastas are too. The chicken liver plate takes you right back to the village piazza, watching old men toss bocce balls. But as transportative as the cuisine may be, your psyche might resist, being that this is one of the most warm and inviting dining rooms in the state.
  • Broad Ripple Brewpub

    840 East 65th Street Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 253 2739
    In the heart of Broad Ripple, a few leisurely blocks from the main drag, Broad Ripple Brewpub is serving the people of Indianapolis. While many area watering holes are all about high-energy partying, this brewpub offers a more relaxed environment to sip your suds. The atmosphere is warm and comforting in the style of a classic English pub. Enjoy their homemade brews and maybe a plate of food from their extensive menu while watching sports above the bar or hanging out with friends. They're even kid friendly, with a full children's menu so the whole family can enjoy the pub. See website for beer details, food menu and more. 
  • La Posada Mexican Food

    2105 W Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46222 United States - Phone: +1 317 634 1720
    Way out on Washington Street, halfway between the Speedway and Downtown, there's a brief stretch known as Little Mexico. La Posada anchors the eastern end with a char-broiled menu of tacos, tamales and other south-of-the-border specialties. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, and all are delightful. Meats such as chorizo and al pastor are of a quality not seen often in the Midwest. The space itself is a bit hole-in-the-wall, but it's clean as can be, and sparse decor lets the diner better focus on the food. Be sure to wash it down with a cold Mexican cerveza.
  • Smokehouse on Shelby

    1105 Prospect Street Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States - Phone: +1 317 685 1959
    Meat-lovers, pay attention! Smokehouse on Shelby's menu has meals to satisfy even the hungriest carnivore. From the pulled pork sandwich to the St. Louis style ribs, the dishes are bound to fill the stomach without emptying the wallet. Though most entrees contain meat, vegetarians may easily find something to their liking from a choice of soups, sides, and salads. A children's menu is also available. Wash down dinner with a selection from the beer or wine list while enjoying a game of pool or sports on TV.
  • Le Peep

    8487 Union Chapel Road Indianapolis, IN United States - Phone: +1 317 259 8344
    Le Peep is a twenty-year-old chain known for inspired breakfast, brunch, and lunch items. Their menu offers a wide variety of trademarked omelets, pancakes, benedicts, crepes, salads, sandwiches, and burgers. Le Peep also caters special events of all kinds, and offers custom and selected party trays.
  • Weber Grill Restaurant

    10 North Illinois Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 636 7600
    Who better to provide expertly grilled barbecue than the makers of the Weber Grill? For backyard chefs who don't feel like spending hours of setup, grilling, and cleanup time to craft the perfect burger, steak, or ribs, it's as easy as stepping into the Weber Grill Restaurant and sitting down. The restaurant puts a classy spin on traditional barbecue favorites, with Smokey Joe's Bar inside, rich decor, a dress code, facilities for private events, and catering. They also offer meatless salads, sides, and starters and even a gluten-free menu.
  • Bazbeaux Pizza

    811 East Westfield Boulevard Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 255 5711
    Bazbeaux Pizza has a fascinating history. Originally founded in a former grave-dinner's house, the pizzeria went on to win 20 years of "Best Pizza in Indianapolis" awards. Today Bazbeaux Pizza defends its title with a large selection of gourmet pizzas and toppings. Salads, sandwiches, and desserts round out a meal at this Indianapolis tradition.
  • Brugge Brasserie

    1011A East Westfield Boulevard Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 255 0978
    Brugge Brasserie puts a new spin on the Belgian fries fad with a contemporary restaurant known for serving the popular frites alongside great food and a variety of dipping sauces.  The fries are piled so high that you can barely see the sandwich underneath! Brugge Brasserie also serves a full menu of mouth-watering soups, crepes, salads, sandwiches, and award-winning hand-crafted Belgian beers. It's a unique dining experience along the White River.
  • Maxine's Chicken & Waffles

    132 North East Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 423 3300 / +1 317 423 3372
    Named after the woman who raised nine children and never took to a measuring cup, the recipes from the kitchen of Maxine Redmon Bunnel truly hold the south in themselves as the motto states "A taste of love in every bite". Maxine's Chicken and Waffles offers the southern delicacies of Turkey Barbecued Sandwich or the Smothered Chicken, try the Blackened Catfish Sandwich or just put a finger on any one of Maxine's favorite meals. You can eat as much as you want and there will be place to tuck in more still.
  • Enrico's Italian Restaurant

    6158 Hillside Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220-2412 United States - Phone: +1 317 251 1488
    Enrico's Italian Restaurant is known around Indianapolis for its excellent service and great food. One can find variety of Italian food being served here, including a wide selection of pastas and pizzas.
  • India Palace Restaurant

    4213 Lafayette Road Indianapolis, IN 46254 United States - Phone: +1 317 298 0773
    India Palace Restaurant has the best of Indian cuisine. The menu comprises of dishes like appetizers, tandoori specialties, seafood, vegetarian food, different types of desserts etc. They also serve a variety of wines , beer and specialty drinks. It is ideal place for holding private parties. This restaurant is open daily.
  • Stars Sandwich Market

    116 N Delaware St Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 822 9999

    Give a yummy gift to your taste buds by coming to Stars Sandwich Market. Here you will find an exquisite variety of sandwiches, salads, soups, noodles and mouth-watering desserts. But this place is better known for the sandwiches it offers. Also beverages like coffee, tea, fountain drinks, juices and soda are served here. The service provided here is quite friendly. Give your family a treat by bringing them here. They will love it. Come along and I am sure you will not regret being here.

  • Claddagh Irish Pub

    234 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 822 6274

    The Irish atmosphere is the first thing you notice when you enter the Claddagh Irish Pub.  This place offers traditional Irish grub from the fish and chips or the spinach artichoke, which can be served with a wide variety of beer. Straight from the Celtic highland, Claddagh Irish Pub is a place where you can let your hair down to the music and feel at ease. Cheers!

  • Santorini Greek Kitchen

    1417 Prospect Street Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States - Phone: +1 317 236 7164
    You don't necessarily need to have a passport to eat traditional Greek food. Try a helping of the fresh Greek Salad or some Mousakka with some wine to wash down all that you can manage to eat here. Not to forget, Baklava which is the perfect dish to give into your sweet cravings. Sampling of dishes is also available in case you do want to like what you order. Santorini Greek Kitchen is little Greece in the Americas , light on the pocket and with a wide choice for hunger pangs.
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House - Indianapolis Northside

    9445 Threel Road Indianapolis, IN 46240 United States - Phone: +1 317 844 1155
    Ruth's Steak House at North-side Indianapolis has a beautiful and welcoming ambiance. Whether you are on the lookout to spend a quiet evening out or if its an important business meet or an event, the steakhouse welcomes you with its authentic cuisine. Specialties of the house include rib and salmon steaks. The restaurant is also popular for hosting private events and parties.
  • Cloud 9 Bar and Grill

    5150 West 38th Street Indianapolis, IN 46254 United States - Phone: +1 866 819 7856(Toll Free)
    Located along West 38th Street, Cloud 9 Bar and Grill is a renowned entertaining getaway with a variety of live events that takes place inside the house. This spacious setup provides a luxurious avenue for dance and live music events by exotic performers. With a bar which is well decked with variety of liquors ranging from beer to champagne and the restaurant that serves exotic seafood, Cloud 9 Bar and Grill is a perfect place to dine with family or with friends. Call for more details.
  • Bella Vita

    11699 Fall Creek Road Indianapolis, IN 46256 United States - Phone: +1 317 598 9011
    Bella Vita is an upscale restaurant located near the Marina which makes it an ideal location for a special dinner. The restaurant serves an aromatic platter of Italian food that is rich in taste and flavor. The hospitable staff at the restaurant is extremely prompt at satiating your hunger pangs. Besides serving delicious meals, the restaurant also doubles up as an event space where DJ nights, concerts and live musicals take place regularly. Bella Vita also hosts private parties in its premises. Check website to know more.
  • Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre

    9301 North Michigan Road Indianapolis, IN 46268 United States - Phone: +1 317 872 9664
    For a unique dining experience, stop by at one of Indianapolis' favorite dinner theaters, the Beef & and Boards Dinner Theatre. Privately owned, this place offers its visitors with rich quality theater and Broadway performances in the company of well cooked and deliciously prepared cuisines. Prices depend on the seats taken and VIP membership is also available. There are private rooms available for rentals on site here. For more details, call ahead or check website.
  • Ike & Jonesy's

    17 West Jackson Place Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 632 4553
    Ike & Jonesy's was the idea of a group of college kids who started this restaurant for their fellow mates in the university. Now, the restaurant and bar serves a wonderful mix of food and drinks that satiate hungry souls. They also have regular events hosted here that keep the energy going. With a casual ambiance that prompts you to spend long hours, the Ike & Jonesy's is a must go when you are looking for a place to catch up with friends.
  • Metro Nightclub & Restaurant

    707 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 639 6022
    Superb food, amazing coffee, great drinks and eclectic ambiance has made Metro Nightclub & Restaurant very popular among the patrons and locals since its inception in the year 1990. The place offers an amazing array of sandwiches and other pub grub that make for good accomplices with your drinks. The pool tables, live music and karaoke nights is what makes the place exciting and fun to go to. If you are looking for a place to have a meal and hang out at, Metro Nightclub & Restaurant is the perfect option.
  • Bleecker Street

    6311 Guilford Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 475 1209
    Featuring an array of delicious American specialties, the Bleecker Street restaurant has turned into a haven for several foodies of the area. This upscale restaurant excels at offering lip-smacking sea food and steaks, besides appetizers and enticing desserts. What's more, you can also expect a range of premium beverages that will add spice to your dining experience. However, it is the DJ nights and live musicals taking place at the restaurant that steal the show. Several popular as well as emerging artists get a chance to bring patrons onto the dance floor with their energizing music. Call ahead to know more.
  • The Rock Lobster

    820 Broad Ripple Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 253 5844
    A popular bar and music venue in Broad Ripple, the Rock Lobster, as B-52s fans would remember, is named after a song. Music it seems is a major element at this venue, as it plays host to a variety of bands and artists of national and international repute on its stage. Besides the music, Rock Lobster also offers a wide range of options on its drinks and food menu. As the third venture of entrepreneurs Fred Treadway and Rob Sabatini, of the Mineshaft Saloon, the Rock Lobster is definitely worth a visit.
  • La Margarita Restaurant

    1043 Virginia Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States - Phone: +1 317 384 1457
    A trip to La Margarita is like a trip south of the border. They offer a full menu of authentic Mexican food, with highlights like ceviche and grilled carne asada. The real draw though is their huge list of tequilas. You can even take a tequila flight, where they give you a few different varieties with tasting notes for one low price. But if tequila's not your thing, they do also have a great selection of craft beers from around the country. 
  • Woody's Library Restaurant

    40 East Main Street Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 573 4444
    This is the ideal place for book lovers to hang out. Built in what was once the Andrew Carnegie Book Library, the restaurant offers delicious food that can be enjoyed amongst hordes of books. The architecture also holds a charm of its own and the service is warm and friendly.
  • Pizzology

    13190 Hazel Dell Parkway Carmel, IN 46033 United States - Phone: +1 317 844 2550
    The mouthwatering pizzas give the word ‘awesome’ a whole new meaning. Try any pizza on the menu and you'll instantly be craving for more. The place also has a minimalist decor that adds to the experience. The beer selection is great too, making it a great place to visit with friends.
  • Mudbugs Cajun Cafe

    20 West Main Street Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 843 8380
    Popular for its Cajun cuisine, this cafe offers a delectable choice of sandwiches and combos. A separate menu for kids is guaranteed to keep your kids happy. The ambiance is good and service is efficient. Do try the beignets for an out of this world experience.
  • Bub's Cafe

    220 2nd Street Southwest Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 844 2822
    A popular breakfast destination, Bub's has an awesome selection of doughnut holes called 'Bub Holes' that you must try. Also popular are its burgers, sandwiches and wraps, though they offer traditional breakfast options too. It is a good place to catch a wholesome breakfast on the go.
  • Rick's Cafe Boatyard

    4050 Dandy Trail Indianapolis, IN 46254 United States - Phone: +1 317 290 9300

    Rick's Cafe Boatyard is by the waterside overlooking the Eagle Creek Reservoir. It is a spacious yet cozy setting on the inside out. Diners have the option of eating upstairs in the Diamond room, with it's large windows and magnificent view; downstairs in the Pearl room, which has more of a family atmosphere; or on the patio, where the best view of the water is to be had. Rick's offers one of the best seafood dishes in the Midwest with their fresh ocean fish and innovative cuisine. Plus, there is a live jazz band to entertain you while you enjoy your delectable seafood feast.

  • Buca di Beppo

    659 U.S. 31 North Greenwood, IN 46142 United States - Phone: +1 317 884 2822
    Experience authentic Italian cuisine in an upbeat environment at Buca di Beppo's Greenwood restaurant. The interiors are decked in warm hues, with myriad of photographs, memorabilia and murals running up from the wall to ceiling. The cozy and elegant setting makes Buca Di Beppo an idyllic setting for heartwarming family dinners, friendly night-outs and even romantic meals. Staple Italian delicacies like Antipasti, Pastas, Pizzas, Salads and Veal/Meat/Seafood specialties line up the extensive menu, which will leave you spoiled for choice. Wines and desserts complete the dining experience with the flourish.
  • Petite Chou Clay Terrace

    14390 Clay Terrace Boulevard Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 566 0765
    Located in the upscale Clay Terrace, Petite Chou is a French bistro and champagne bar. You can choose to dine for breakfast, lunch or dinner and will come away with a happy stomach. Their menu includes dishes like Duck Fat Frites, farm-fresh Egg Omelets, Chicken Paillard, made to order Crepes, Croque Sandwiches, all natural Rotisserie Chicken and pan-seared Indiana Steak. Their bar features a fine selection of craft beer, champagne and wine. You can also opt to dine alfresco at their dog friendly, covered outdoor patio. Enjoy the wholesome, delicious food and drinks at this gem of a restaurant.
  • Buca di Beppo

    35 North Illinois Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 632 2822
    Buca Di Beppo is a great spot to experience homely atmosphere featuring classic Italian food. Buca di Beppo shuns every stereotype attached to chain restaurants, with impressive service, casual elegance and well-priced authentic offerings that are staple to family-owned joints. The decor is vibrant with several vintage photos and posters lining up the walls and ceiling, checkered tablecloths and warm wooden furnishing. Menu lists all-time favorite standbys like antipasti, pastas, pizzas, salads and a variety of meat, veal and seafood specialties. Wines and desserts make perfect pairing with the selections.
  • The Capital Grille

    40 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 423 8790
    Tucked in the Conrad Hotel in downtown Indianapolis, Capital Grille stands out as one of the top steakhouses in the city. Stately and elegant interiors give a character to the establishment, while the impeccable service will impress even the most discerning patrons. The menu features some of the best aged cuts like the Sirloin, Porterhouse, Filet Mignon and Delmonico. Seafood options include gourmet creations like the Seared Citrus Glazed Salmon and Grilled Swordfish with Lemon Shallot Relish. Handpicked wines from around the world and classic desserts accompany the menu selections, rounding off the whole experience with a finesse. A must visit for every meat-lover!
  • Buca di Beppo

    6045 East 86th Street Indianapolis, IN 46250 United States - Phone: +1 317 842 8666
    Buca di Beppo is an idyllic venue for celebrating special occasions, casual dining or even friendly night-outs. On offer are classic Italian specialties like Antipasti, pastas, pizzas and salads. Signature meat and seafood dishes like Chicken Marsala, Veal Parmigiana and Roasted Salmon are must-try's. Portions are generous and meant to be shared. Choicest wines and desserts accompany the food and add a finesse to the overall dining experience.
  • Stone Creek Dining Co

    911 North State Road 135 Greenwood, IN 46142 United States - Phone: +1 317 889 1200
    Stone Creek Dining Co is your answer to an unforgettable dining experience featuring contemporary American cuisine. The warm and inviting atmosphere coupled with unparalleled service makes it an idyllic destination for romantic dinners, casual family affairs and even friendly night-outs. Seafood and meat specialties are predominant on the menu that highlights fresh takes on classic American standbys. Go-to dishes include Baby Back Ribs, Sun King Fish and Chips, Scallop and Crab Linguini, Barbecue Pulled Pork and Grilled Salmon Salad. Post dining patrons can relax in the bar area with a drink or two.
  • Arni's

    1691 Curry Road Greenwood, IN 46143 United States - Phone: +1 317 881 0500
    Arni's is Greenwood's go-to destination for pizza! Exceptional pizzas, intimate ambiance and top-notch service have the patrons coming back again. Apart from signature pizzas, the menu features a good variety of salads, sandwiches, burgers and pastas. Food quality is unparalleled and flavors are authentic. Gluten-free options are also available.
  • Stone Creek Dining Company

    2498 Futura Parkway Plainfield, IN 46168 United States - Phone: +1 317 837 9100
    Stone Creek Dining Co. breaks every stereotype attached with chain restaurants and offers an unparalleled dining experience featuring excellent steaks and seafood. The restaurant is tastefully decorated with art-deco accents and modern furnishing that lend it an unpretentious and casual ambiance. The menu is a blend of classic American favorites and innovative creations inspired by international flavors. Must-try's include the Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Seafood Broil, Scallop and Crab Linguini and Grilled Salmon Salad. So whether you are celebrating a special occasion or looking for a casual dining experience come down to Stone Creek Dining Co. located at the Metropolis Mall.
  • Adobo Grill Indianapolis

    110 East Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 822 9990
    Experience a vibrant and upbeat atmosphere featuring authentic Mexican food at Adobo Grill. Located a short distance from the Monument Circle and various downtown attractions, this restaurant has become a go-to spot for locals and visitors alike. The interiors are decorated in ethnic but unpretentious decor, eliciting a casual vibe perfect for family dinners and nights out with friends. Patrons can enjoy traditional Latin specialties like Tilapia a la Veracruzana, Monte Albán, Pescado and Enchiladas de Pollo. Pair the menu selections with fresh Guacamole prepared tableside and eccentric tequilas and margaritas and your evening is set. A separate kids menu and gluten-free options are also available. Come down on Sunday for salsa nights that go all the way to 3 AM!
  • High Velocity

    10 South West Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 860 6500
    Experience an energetic and contemporary atmosphere featuring classic American comfort food at High Velocity located at JW Marriott Indianopolis. A premiere sports bar in downtown, this classy den presents an idyllic venue for catching the season's latest games, fun night-outs and celebrating special occasions. The swanky interiors feature High Definition TVs, plush banquettes, a wrap-around bar and private and semi-private dining areas. Choose from favorites like Fire Wings, Fish Tacos, Buffalo Chicken Salad, Velocity Burger and Classic Key Lime Pie. The bar stocks some of the best ales, eccentric cocktails and lagers, perfect accompaniments to a fun evening with friends and fans. If you're planning to pool with a large group then reserve the private dining room well beforehand.
  • Osteria Pronto

    10 South West Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 860 5777
    Experience a refined and upscale environment featuring some of best Italian food in downtown Indianapolis at Osteria Pronto. Located in the prestigious JW Marriott Indianapolis, this elegant dining space is designed around an open kitchen, eliciting a romantic ambiance. The menu highlights artisan Italian creations inspired by Mediterranean flavors, showcasing superior ingredients and season's freshest produce. Go-to dishes include the Pan seared Salmon, Melanzane Parmigiana, Gnocchi and Tuscan Meatballs. Boutique wines and classic desserts perfectly complement the menu selections, adding a finesse to the whole dining experience. Private dining is also available; reservations are recommended.
  • Rock Bottom

    10 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 681 8180
    Rock Bottom is everyone's go-to spot in downtown for good ales and good food. Experience a casual vibe, refined crowd and exclusive ambiance featuring timeless American favorites like burgers, fish & chips, mac 'n cheese, sliders and salads. Beer snobs will appreciate the choice of craft ales, pilsners, lagers and stouts. And you can even catch the season's action live on the big screen TVs or challenge your friends to a game of pool. You could also book your next big event with them, and make it an unforgettable occasion.
  • Ambrosia

    5903 North College Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 255 3096
    Ambrosia is quite popular among the natives of Broad Ripple for its home-style Italian food, good drinks, unique ambiance and excellent service. The inviting warm wooden interiors are tastefully decorated and present an intimate and unpretentious venue for enjoying romantic dinners, casual family affairs and friendly nights out. Traditional Italian specialties make up the menu, with highlights like the tortellini soup, gnocchi, ravioli, veal piccata and chicken marsala. Imported red wines pair perfectly with the menu selections and give a sense of European dining. Reservations are recommended.
  • Oh Yumm! Bistro

    5615 North Illinois Street Indianapolis, IN 46208 United States - Phone: +1 317 251 5656
    Oh Yumm! Bistro has remained a neighborhood fixture since starting in 2001. Unparalleled service, casual ambiance and nouveau American cuisine make this lovely bistro a go-to for brunches, lunches and dinners. The menu features lighter options like tapas, soups and salads as well as hearty meat and seafood specialties like steaks, pastas, burgers and pizzas. Home-made desserts and premium wines top off the dining experience with a flourish. Reservations are recommended for large groups.
  • Zest! Exciting Food Creations

    1134 East 54th Street Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 466 1853
    Find out why Chef Valerie's creations are much raved about by coming down to this quaint little SoBro eatery. A brunch staple for the locals, Zest! Exciting Food Creations is all about giving its patrons an unforgettable dining experience in a casual yet elegant setting. The whimsical and bright decor does not steal the focus from food. With local art on the walls, chandeliers and simple furnishing, there is a unique character to the establishment. Must-try's include their grilled caesar salad, baja tacos, creme brulee french toast and meatloaf & mac 'n cheese. Eccentric cocktails, wines and beers make perfect accompaniments. Reservations are recommended as the place fills up easily. After you try it once, you will surely be coming back again.
  • Iozzo's Garden of Italy

    946 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 974 1100
    Experience an intimate and upscale atmosphere featuring artisan Italian cuisine at Iozzo's located in southside of Downtown. Exposed brickwork, dim lighting and warm wooden furnishing lend a romantic ambiance to dining space which fits the bill for family affairs, casual dining and first dates. The menu incorporates classic Italian specialties like Chicken Marsala, Veal Piccata, Lobster Ravioli and their signature Meatball Martini. Mature wines accompany the menu selections, as do light desserts, rounding off the whole experience with a finesse. Reservations are recommended.
  • Peterson's

    7690 East 96th Street Fishers, IN 46038 United States - Phone: +1 317 598 8863
    Peterson's will pamper you with their sublime food, award winning wine and hospitality. This upscale family owned and run steakhouse serves only the freshest of ingredients in their menu thereby changing seasonally. The food will tantalize you and the wine will delight you. With more than 500 labels of wine across ten countries, it does become difficult to choose which will pair best, their knowledgeable staff comes in handy here to suggest the best pairing. The chic decor with its high backed booths, stained glass room separators, dim lighting of the menorah and big flower arrangements, gives it a warm an intimate touch. Yes the pricing is high, but the service, gorgeous food and wonderful wine makes up for it. Reservations recommended, but be advised that Peterson's only 21 and older can dine here.
  • Stone Creek Dining Company - Noblesville

    13904 Town Center Boulevard Noblesville, IN 46060 United States - Phone: +1 317 770 1170
    Stone Creek Dining Co. in Noblesville is a part of the Stone Creek Dining chain and keeps up to their reputation of casual yet elegant dining experience. It is a lovely blend of excellent service, charm, class and comfort with great food which will delight you. Their diverse and innovative menu has sandwiches, salads, seafood, pastas, steaks, chops and chicken. Must-try dishes include Crispy Calamari, Applewood Chicken Salad, Grilled Shrimp And Angel Hair, Ribeye, Beer Battered Cod, Beef medallions and Carrot Cake. They have a full bar serving dainty bar bites and good choices of drinks. With its delicious food and grand decor, its an ideal place for family meals, business meetings or romantic evenings.
  • Cobblestone Grill

    160 South Main Street Zionsville, IN 46077 United States - Phone: +1 317 873 4745
    Cobblestone Grill is a cute restaurant on the brick Main Street in the heart of the Victorian village of Zionsville. The entire restaurant is handicap accessible. Diners can choose to dine in the Grill's main dining room, private Garden room, outdoor brick patio or the bar. Children are welcome in the dining room and patio. Every Monday night is a dog's night, families can bring their dogs and dine on the patio. The American cuisine menu has an assortment of entrees especially seafood such as crab cakes and cedar-plank salmon. They serve only Black Angus beef and use the freshest ingredients available from the local gardens and farms. Live music keeps you entertained every Thursday through the weekend. Cobblestone Grill is a local favorite for its tasty grub, romantic atmosphere and warm hospitality. You can also avail of this place for private and corporate events.
  • Noah Grant's Grill House and Oyster Bar

    65 South 1st Street Zionsville, IN 46077 United States - Phone: +1 317 732 2233
    Noah Grant's Grill House and Oyster Bar is a neighborhood gem with a menu featuring more than 30 delectable entrees that includes Shrimp, Live Maine, Lobster, Meatloaf, NY Strip, Scallops, Snow Crab, Salmon, Burgers, Pasta and Filet Mignon. Their full bar has a nice selection of fine wines and the Oyster bar regularly features Oyster happy hour. Families can bring their dogs and dine on the patio. Noah Grant's is known for their good choice of seafood entrees such as Oysters Rockefeller, Shrimp Rockefeller, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Kickin‘ Shrimp, Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Shrimp & Crab Bisque and do try their deliciously gooey Butter Cake Souffle. The restaurant has a nice cozy setting, making it ideal for special occasions or a date night. Those who love oysters, good seafood and wine, Noah Grant's Grill House and Oyster Bar will be definitely a worthwhile visit.
  • Arni's

    4705 East 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46240 United States - Phone: +1 317 571 0077
    In Indianopolis, Arni's is a household name and the place you go to not just for their signature pizzas but also good times. Whether you want to celebrate a special occasion or dine with the whole family, Arni's give you the best dining experience with its attentive service and casual ambiance. Must-try's include the lip-smacking Original BBQ Pizza, Pizza Rustica and the Pesto Chicken Pizza. You could even make your own cheese-loaded pizza with your choice of mouthwatering toppings. Apart from the pizzas, the menu also lists specialties like sandwiches, subs, tacos, burgers, pasta and salads. Arni's is an unforgettable experience waiting to happen.
  • Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

    8487 Union Chapel Road Indianapolis, IN 46240 United States - Phone: +1 317 466 0175
    Ask any local and they will tell you that Fleming's definitely knows their meats and wines. And truly, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is one of the top dining establishments in town and has even bagged several awards. They serve some of the best prime cuts like the Bone-in Ribeye, New York Strip, Filet Mignon, along with equally impressive sides like Chipotle Cheddar Mac 'n Cheese, Caesar Salad, Seared Ahi Tuna and their signature Lobster Tempura. Seasonal seafood dishes are also offered. Patrons can choose from a variety of 100 premium wines by glass, ranging from light to full bodied and dessert wines. Impeccable service, elegant ambiance and intimate private dining make your experience at Fleming's unforgettable. Reservations are recommended.
  • Stone Creek Dining Company - Zionsville

    4450 Weston Pointe Drive Zionsville, IN 46077 United States - Phone: +1 317 873 9700
    Like all Stone Creek Dining Co. restaurants, the one in Zionsville is no exception. It will charm you with its excellent service, class and delightful food. Their avant-garde menu features sandwiches, salads, seafood, pastas, steaks, chops and chicken. They have a full bar serving dainty bar bites and good choices of drinks. With its elegant decor and lovely fare, it is a great place for family meals, business meetings or romantic evenings.
  • Seasons 52

    8650 Keystone Crossing Indianapolis, IN 46240 United States - Phone: +1 317 846 5252

    Experience a classy and elegant atmosphere, featuring exquisite American cuisine, at Season's 52. Located at Keystone at the Crossing, this upscale dining establishment features a unique ambiance, impeccable service, unparalleled food quality and a solid wine list to create a dining extravaganza that is usually reserved for special occasions. On the menu are signature specialties like cedar plank roasted salmon, caramelized sea scallops, wood-roasted pork tenderloin, roasted artichoke-stuffed shrimp, grilled lamb T-bone chops and the oak-grilled filet mignon. Their flatbreads and desserts are must haves. Alternative gluten-free, lactose-free and low sodium options are also offered. A hand-picked wine list of 100 premium wines perfectly complements the menu selections, perfect pairing with the meat and seafood dishes. Private dining is also offered; reservations are strongly recommended.

  • The Loft at Traders Point

    9101 Moore Road Zionsville, IN 46077 United States - Phone: +1 317 733 1700
    The Loft at Traders Point will make you moo with delight over its award winning cheeses, yoghurts, ice creams and more. This organic farm to table restaurant nestled at the Traders Point Creamery farm is not only a visual delight but also a foodie relish. Offering healthy, organic, fresh produces like meats, cheeses, hand picked herbs and veggies, grass fed beef steaks, pork and burgers and seasonal offerings of exotic meats like wild Boar, Yak, Elk and Ostrich made so wonderfully delicious. Even their extensive list of wine and beer featuring in their full bar is organic. Serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch daily, excluding the winter months, reservations are highly recommended. They also live music every Friday and Sunday night. The Loft is a fantastic place for a family outing, special events or a beautiful romantic rendezvous.
  • Sangiovese Ristorante

    4110 East 82nd Street Indianapolis, IN 46250 United States - Phone: +1 317 596 0731
    Sangiovese Ristorante has remained a long-time Italian fixture in the North Side tenement, offering an intimate dining experience. Known for not just its artisan Italian specialties but also highly attentive service, classy jazz and piano nights, a lovely waterside patio and the casual yet elegant atmosphere. Must-try's include Scaloppini Marsala, Filetto Spinaci and Insalata al Salmone. Premium red wines from Italy complement the menu selections and add a finesse to the dining experience. Reservations are preferred.
  • Villaggio Ristorante & Bar

    40 South Main Street Zionsville, IN 46077 United States - Phone: +1 317 733 3600
    Villaggio Ristorante & Bar is a trendy place that is casual yet appealing. A local favorite, you can either go in a tux or tee and still be welcomed warmly. The Italian menu includes an unusual offering called 'Chef's Dining Experience' which showcases dishes that are on and off of the regular menu, incorporating six courses for USD75 per person. Must try's are the Ravioli Fritti and Bruschetta con Salmone, Capellini Bebe (angel-hair pasta with chicken, mushrooms, Parmesan and prosciutto, baked), the house signature Lasagna, the Costolette di Maiale (pork chops roasted and served with cheese, onions and roasted potatoes), the Gamberoni alla Zafferano (sauteed shrimp in a saffron cream sauce), Chicken Cacciatore, Filet Mignon with crab, and the Filetto alla Traviata (a peppercorn encrusted filet in a brandy cream sauce). If you are flitting through that way, do drop in to experience why its a local favorite.
  • Chef Mike's Charcoal Grill

    7102 Woodland Drive Indianapolis, IN 46278 United States - Phone: +1 317 295 9490
    Chef Mike's Charcoal Grill is a family-style restaurant located in Northwest side of Indianapolis. A lively and homely atmosphere awaits you here, featuring eclectic American cuisine. The menu lists classic American favorites like wings, salads, grilled steaks, fish and chops, burgers, pastas and pizzas. Local craft beers and light desserts pair perfectly with the food. They also serve decadent breakfast and host occasional wine tasting sessions. So next time you're planning a casual family dinner come down to Chef Mike's Charcoal Grill to experience excellent food and fun.
  • Boulder Creek Dining Company - Brownsburg

    1551 North Green Street Brownsburg, IN 46112 United States - Phone: +1 317 858 8100
    Boulder Creek Dining Company – Brownsburg is a part of the CRG family and has been operational since 1996. Known for their barbecue ribs, wood fired pizzas, steaks and pastas, diners can relish the delicious food in the indigenous mountain lodge setting (with its exposed stone, natural hues and Native American art), and enjoy the drinks at the newly renovated bar. The restaurant can accommodate more than 100 people for a private event.
  • Charbonos - Avon

    128 North State Road 267 Avon, IN 46123 United States - Phone: +1 317 272 1900
    Named after a rare variety of grape, Charbonos in Avon serves some of the best seafood, steaks and wood fired pizzas in Hendricks County. The Tuscan decor will bring Tuscany to you in Avon and has a warm an inviting ambience. Charbonos has been consistently voted as the most romantic restaurant in Hendricks County for the past years, making it perfect for a romantic date, though it is great for a meal with the family as well.
  • Skyline Club

    One American Square Indianapolis, IN 46282 United States - Phone: +1 317 220 6302
    Experience fine-dining in an exclusive setup, overlooking the gorgeous city skyline at Skyline Club's dining room located on the 36th floor of the One America Tower. The menu focuses on traditional American cuisine. This upscale restaurant is a perfect venue for celebrating special occasions and even formal meet-ups. Being a part of the prestigious club, it follows a members-only policy. Call ahead for inquiries.
  • Mikado Japanese Restaurant

    148 South Illinois Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 972 4180
    Nestled in the heart of the Indianapolis, Mikado Japanese Restaurant brings authentic flavors of the orient to the city. Along with an extensive list of sushis on offer, the menu also includes special rolls, tempura and other fried goodies, hot pot preparations, noodles and rice dishes. If the menu throws you in a fix regarding what to order, choose the Bento Box: a fixed meal of miso soup, shrimp dumplings, beef rolls, and entrees of pork cutlets, teriyaki chicken and salmon.
  • Mesh on Mass

    725 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 955 9600
    Mesh on Mass is bringing innovative, high-quality cuisine to Mass Ave. With brunch, lunch, and dinner menus, there's something good to eat anytime of the day. The dinner menu offers a variety of luxurious dishes from the land and sea, like steaks or sturgeon. The bar offers a selection of high end cocktails, beers, wines and its own little menu for small dishes to enjoy with a drink. The unique, modern decor makes it the perfect place for anything from a romantic night out to a casual business dinner. 
  • Red Lion Grog House

    1043 Virginia Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States - Phone: +1 317 822 4764
    Red Lion Grog House is dedicated to Old English cuisine and feel in a clean, Americanized environment. The menu is that of a traditional British restaurant, offering such great British dishes as scotch eggs, shepherd's pie, bangers and fish & chips. If you're not in the mood for a trip across the pond, there are also more classic American dishes, like chicken wings and mouth watering burgers. And of course, whats a British pub without some great beer? The Red Lion has a wide selection of imported ales on tap. If you're looking for something a little stronger, you can try the classic British cocktails, like a Pimm's cup, or any of their many craft cocktails. Wooden decor and furnishings complete the old world English feel. The TVs always have the latest sporting event on, so it's the perfect place to catch your favorite team's latest match.  
  • Black Market

    922 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 822 6757
    The Black Market is serving the best of comfort foods with a modern twist. The menu is based around the principle of using every part of the animal, so, in addition to standard fare like burgers and catfish, you can also order mouthwatering bone marrow and dishes made from tongue and heart. They are dedicated to simple yet delicious meals, as well as older techniques of pickling and preservation, which are often displayed in the food. Add to this a full selection of craft beers, high-end spirits and fine wines and you've got a dining experience like no other. All in a space where sleek, modern design compliments the innovative cuisine. 
  • Bluebeard

    653 Virginia Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States - Phone: +1 317 686 1580
    Bluebeard in Indianapolis is creating a high-end eating experience out of the best produce and meat available. The ingredients are seasonal and are brought in from unique local farms that are dedicated to producing only the highest quality products, utilizing innovative farming techniques, such a urban farming. With these ingredients, Chef Abbi Adams crafts a menu including charcuterie, cheeses and various plates of mouthwatering fare. Due to their commitment to cooking with the seasons, the menu is always changing. Add to this a selection of the finest wines, beers and spirits to pair perfectly with your gourmet eating experience. And all within a renovated factory warehouse, where the subtlety of the space belies the quality of the food.
  • Bru Burger Bar

    410 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 635 4278
    Bru Burger Bar is a culinary love note to the All-American burger. Their menu features a wide variety of burgers, from the classic American cheese cheeseburger to more artisan fare, which includes additions like horseradish havarti, pesto and prosciutto. Add to this a bar serving up a selection of craft beers from local breweries alongside the longest list of whiskeys this side of Kentucky. All this in a wood-paneled space, whose modern touches perfectly compliment the mix of old and new that is the menu. 
  • Papa Roux

    8950 East 10th Street Indianapolis, IN 46219 United States - Phone: +1 317 603 9861
    Papa Roux is bringing the flavors of the big easy to Indianapolis. In a truly unique ordering style you get to build your own Po-Boy. First you choose your bread, and then you choose from a variety of fillings including everything from pork and chicken to oysters and crawfish. While you wait for your sandwich to come out, your waiter will bring you whatever sides you like. With every order you get unlimited sides, so you can try whatever you want on the side menu. The Po-Boys themselves are massive, though, so try not to fill up. With big portions and small prices, this is the perfect place to go when you're big on hunger and low on money. 
  • Recess

    4907 North College Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46209 United States - Phone: +1 317 925 7529
    Recess is an innovative eating spacing that acts as a culinary playground for its staff of world class chefs. Every day Chef Greg Hardesty creates a new four-course, prix fixe meal out of local, seasonal ingredients. With the constantly changing menu, you never know just what you're going to get, but you can always be assured that it will be incredible. Just make sure to get a reservation, this place fills up fast. 
  • Divvy

    71 West City Center Drive Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 706 0000(Reservations)
    Divvy offers an American take on Spanish-style tapas. Share delicious platters of smaller portions of traditional cuisine classics like chicken chips, popcorn crawfish and lobster cakes. Chef Richelle Rider uses her degree in nutrition to guarantee healthy dining, with a menu that caters to patrons with certain food preferences like vegan, gluten-free and lactose-intolerant. On the drink menu are draft beers, wines, beverages and cocktails. Sample their signature Dirty Rooster Tini or namesake Divvy Politan in attendance to their eclectic events. Their chic and stylish interiors open up to a view-providing patio.
  • Matt the Miller's Tavern

    11 West City Center Drive Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 805 1860
    For Happy Hours in Carmel, Matt the Miller's Tavern is your best bet. This watering hole bustles with locals and visitors alike both indoors as well as out on their patio. Their drink list is diverse, replete with beer, wine and creative fruity cocktails. Ales, lagers and ciders from Belgium and America share space with globe-spanning wine like Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. Opt for Blueberry Basil Limoncello, among their signature concoctions. Soak up the spirits with appetizers like steak and seafood. This tavern hosts occasional prix-fixe buffet, Ladies Nights, private events and parties that are a big draw among patrons.
  • Edwards Drive-In

    2126 South Sherman Drive Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States - Phone: +1 317 786 1638
    Pioneers of handmade pork tenderloin, homemade root beer and hand-dipped onion rings, the Edwards Drive-In is reminiscent of a old school diner. Located near downtown Indianapolis, this little drive-thru restaurant is known across the city, for serving some of the most amazing sandwiches and fast food. A divey ambiance coupled with friendly staff, makes this restaurant perfect for a casual lunch with family or friends. A good range of desserts are also available to finish off your meal on a sweet note.
  • Workingman's Friend

    234 North Belmont Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46222 United States - Phone: +1 317 636 2067
    If you're in Indianapolis and are looking for the perfect mixture of restaurant and bar, then Workingman's Friend is for you. It has been open since the Great Depression and serves burgers that will blow your taste buds away. Try the double cheeseburger complete with crispy patties and accompany it with perfectly cooked fries. Wash everything down with one of the various beers on tap and just sit back and relax in this charming, dive bar setting. 
  • Cafe Patachou

    4901 North Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis, IN 46205 United States - Phone: +1 317 925 2823
    A popular place to stop by for an early breakfast or light lunch. Cafe Patachou has a few locations across the city. Focusing on locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, the cafe is a bright and cheerful local hang-out. Attracting its fare share of regulars, the cafe has an extensive menu largely comprised of breakfast dishes, sandwiches, salads and soups. Favorites include the Broken Yolk sandwich, cinnamon toast, Cuban Breakfast Special and chicken salad. The place tends to fill up later, so get there early to grab a seat. Outdoor seating is perfect in pleasant weather, and it's a good place for a casual family breakfast.
  • Kountry Kitchen Soul Food Place

    1831 North College Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46221 United States - Phone: +1 317 926 4476
    Kountry Kitchen Soul Food Place started out as a homey diner which could accommodate only six patrons at a time. From such a humble beginning, this family-owned restaurant established a reputation for themselves that has garnered them praises from all across the nation. Known for their home-cooked Southern recipes, this place is patronized by tourists and locals alike. Some of the must-try specials from their extensive breakfast menu are: Two Cube Steaks smothered in homemade gravy, pancakes, French Toast and Biscuits & Gravy. For lunch, patrons can explore the Roast Beef Manhattan Sandwich, Fried Catfish or Whiting and their famous Fried Chicken Wings. Wash down your meal with a jar of refreshing lemonade.
  • Indianapolis Farmers' Market

    222 East Market Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 634 9266
    Every Wednesday from May to October, residents and visitors alike congregate at the historic City Market building to enjoy the Indianapolis Farmers' Market. This weekly gathering has become a strong community project since its founding in 1996, and now offers shoppers home-grown produce, flowers, bakery items, and other goods from over 50 local vendors. There are also a variety of activities for children and live music events each week to entertain shoppers while they browse. Rain or shine, come enjoy everything this traditional market has to offer.
  • Broad Ripple Farmers' Market

    1115 Broad Ripple Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 251 4130
    This community market has steadily grown to become a favorite neighborhood gathering place on Saturday mornings. It offers a wide range of products, such as fresh fruit,vegetables, meats, flowers, baked goods, and herbs. All of the goods are produced and sold locally, a relationship that has enhanced the sense of community in the Broad Ripple neighborhood. After moving between several locations, it is now located at Broad Ripple High School's parking lot, which offers ample parking for the many shoppers who continue to arrive week after week.
  • Tiffany & Co.

    8701 Keystone Crossing Indianapolis, IN 46240 United States - Phone: +1 317 566 8400
    This legendary store features some of the finest jewellery in the world. You will also find breathtaking crystal, flatware, chinaware, silverware, and timepieces for sale in this 150 year old store. Shop for engagement rings and anniversary presents, or something special for a newborn baby. Anything wrapped in Tiffany's signature blue box is sure to be considered an heirloom that the recipient will treasure for generations.
  • Raleigh Limited Menswear

    8702 Keystone Crossing Indianapolis, IN 46240 United States - Phone: +1 317 844 1148
    Raleigh Limited Menswear offers an exclusive assortment of fine fabrics and ready-made apparel for men. Whether you are looking for a formal three-piece to show off at your best friend's wedding or a pair of jeans to wear to college, this store has a varied range of clothing alternatives for everyone. All this is available at exceptionally reasonable rates. Call for more information.
  • Midland Arts & Antiques Market

    907 East Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 267 9005
    Midland Arts & Antique Market is a dream-come-true for those who enjoy the thrill of finding something unexpected and one-of-a-kind when they go out shopping. A variety of vintage clothing, antique furniture, paintings and more can be found on the shelves at this market. New items are added to the inventory every week, meaning you never know what you might find.
  • Indy CD & Vinyl

    806 Broad Ripple Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 259 1012
    So few independent record stores survive in this new digital age, so the Broad Ripple area is lucky to have one like Indy CD & Vinyl. One might tour the Midwest for weeks and never find a store with a selection as plentiful and a staff as welcoming. Whether you're in the market for something from Girl Talk's back catalog or the latest and greatest from soul man Andre Williams, you'll find it here. See website for staff picks, event announcements and more.
  • Silver In the City

    434 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 955 9925
    Silver in the City is the place to find the perfect gift. They feature a great selection of trendy jewelry including necklaces, earrings, bracelets and accessories. For the more practical minded, there is a housewares section that is sure to meet any need. Plus, there are a variety of humorous shirts and accessories to tickle your funny bone. 
  • Southport Antique Mall

    2028 East Southport Road Indianapolis, IN 46227 United States - Phone: +1 317 786 8246
    Time travel you would say, but nay! The Southport Antique Mall exists in the present and carries tokens of the past. Get enthralled by dainty crockery designs of sorts or try on different veils and hats from the age of Emily Bronte and George Elliot. From Barbie Dolls, cola merchandise to ear muffs, beaded purses and old music records, everything that came and went is available here. Keep a few hours in hand to browse as the labyrinth of the forgotten world.
  • Stout's Shoes

    318 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 632 7818
    Chances are every adult in the city at some point in their life have bought a shoe from Stout's. More than a hundred years old, shoes here are still sent to cashier in a basket where they come back wrapped and with the exact change. You can return a shoes if your unhappy with the pair you bought.
  • The Slick Music Studio

    931 Meridian Street Anderson , IN 46016 United States - Phone: +1 765 643 3724
    Enhance your music skills at the Slick Music Studio. Here top professional instructors teach amateurs as well as professionals, and get them well acquainted with music instruments. The center has a very structured syllabus and excellent aides in teaching. Students are also given an opportunity to get along with professional musicians on tours or during performances. The Slick Music Studio also has space for events. They organize Jam sessions, concerts and music camps. They have also tied up with famed associations to produce and conduct similar other events. Besides this, Slick Music Studio also sells music instruments. Call ahead for more details.
  • Vibes Music

    1051 East 54th Street Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 726 0927
    Recently shifted (from 82nd Street) to a more convenient and spacious location along 54th Street, Vibes Music is a well stocked record stores in Indianapolis. From rock to pop, to jazz and surprisingly even records from the 80s can be found here. The staff are friendly, and often make great recommendations depending on your taste and genre liking. The store is flooded with posters of upcoming gigs, sales promos and upcoming releases. Call ahead for more details.
  • Clay Terrace

    14300 Clay Terrace Boulevard Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 566 0011
    A new concept in shopping, the Clay Terrace encompasses boutiques, eateries and other shops lined across an open area with a street running in the middle. The center has a range of shopping options that will take care of your weekly shopping apart from other indulgences. Besides, the place is also used as a entertainment center with several theatrical performances taking place regularly in its premises. If you have any plans to go shopping, Clay Terrace is the place to go. 
  • Indianapolis City Market

    222 East Market Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 634 9266
    Located within a vicinity that can easily be accessed by many, The Indianapolis City Market, is the one stop destination for all your food cravings and needs. Providing the locals with fresh products at affordable rates, it is a well sought after by all. Its nineteenth century architecture is magnificent. One can also lease out the space for private events and functions. For further details, visit the website, or call on the numbers mentioned.
  • Big Hat Books & Arts

    6510 Cornell Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 202 0203
    Big Hat Books & Arts is a simple bookstore located at Cornell Avenue. The neatly laid-out books divided into various sections, is a pleasant sight for book lovers. Right from paperbacks to local magazines, Big Hat Books & Arts has it all. This independent bookstore has a well-stocked children's section too. For more details, call ahead or simply visit this lovely bookshop.
  • Barnes & Noble

    3748 East 82nd Street Indianapolis, IN 46240 United States - Phone: +1 317 594 7525
    Barnes & Noble, is a name synonymous with books and with stores in almost every state of United States, its surely a brand to reckon with. Apart from its regular collection comprising fiction books, children's books, e-books, medical books, B& N also has educational and fun toys for kids. Events like 'Saturday Afternoon Storytime with Chris 'are well attended by book lovers and spice up a dull and lazy afternoon. While you are in Indianapolis, do visit this wonderful shop or attend an event. For more details, check website.
  • Downtown Comics

    11 East Market Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 237 0397
    The city of Indianapolis has many bookstores, but Downtown Comics is an unique outlet that has an extensive collection of comics that delight kids as well as adults. For your weekly dose of comics and video games, head to this downtown store; apart from that, it also stocks collectibles, toys and trinkets. The friendly staff will also help you in finding a specific title. For more details and visiting hours, check website.
  • Kids Ink

    5619 North Illinois Street Indianapolis, IN 46208 United States - Phone: +1 317 255 2598
    Kids Ink, located at North Illinois Street, is a bookstore that completely caters to kids. Innovative toys, puzzles, educational stuff and much more awaits you at Kids Ink. Right from toddlers to infants, this independent bookshop has something for everyone. Apart from that, it also hosts variety of events that are well-attended. Deemed to be one of the famous children's bookstore in the city, it has books and toys that combine learning and fun. While in town, do visit this store and pick-up some cool stuff for your little ones.
  • 4 Kids Books & Toys

    2902 West 86th Street Indianapolis, IN 46268 United States - Phone: +1 317 334 0563
    Toys and books galore at 4 Kids Books & Toys, which is a sure delight for children. Be it birthday gift or Christmas shopping, this little shop will never disappoint you. If you aren't sure about what to pick-up, the amiable staff will help you in choosing the right stuff. For more details, call ahead.
  • Antiques on the Corner

    8444 East Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46219 United States - Phone: +1 317 869 1190
    This is a lovely antique shop where you can find rare pieces of estate jewelry, paintings, furniture, linens, collectibles, antique dolls, costumes, classic comic books and many more items. The pricing is competitive and going to this store can be like an old-fashioned treasure hunt! Be on the lookout for fantastic deals, like the extreme bargains at the jewelry table.
  • Circle Centre

    49 West Maryland Street Indianapolis, IN 46204-3523 United States - Phone: +1 317 681 8000 / +1 317 681 5615
    Circle Center Mall is a huge indoor shopping mall with a wide variety of stores. Those interested in high end fashion will be pleased to see that many of the big name brands have established branches here. The building food court gives shoppers a place to refuel when hunger calls. There's so much to do here that you will leave smiling from ear to ear.
  • Authentic Sports Collectibles

    715 Hanover Place Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 554 9906
    Are you a star struck sports fanatic? Well, then this is the place to buy autographed memorabilia that come with a certificate of authenticity. This store offers various goods like jerseys, balls and even dirt from different stadiums that are signed by a host of sporting as well as other celebrities. This is a perfect place for meet and greets with your favorite sports idols as well.
  • Antique Emporium

    1055 South Range Line Road Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 844 8351
    The Antique Emporium at Carmel is the one-stop shop for fine and rare antiques. Ranging from furniture, jewelry, silver, paintings, linen, coins and decorative pieces, the emporium offers a wide variety of choices to gift someone or for your own personal collection. It’s a real treasure hunt.
  • ArtSplash Gallery

    111 West Main Street Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 564 4834
    The ArtSplash gallery, located in the Carmel Arts and Design District is a storehouse of contemporary, abstract and fine art and also includes pieces displaying digital photography and calligraphy. The gallery is frequented by art lovers often looking for customized pieces with which to decorate their home and/or office. ArtSplash is also a participant in the Arts District's Gallery Walks.
  • Vine & Table Market

    313 East Carmel Drive Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 817 9473
    Vine and Table is the place to pick up a few fine gastronomic treats. With a wide selection of chocolates, wine and meat for all occasions, this grocery store is dedicated to provide the best in culinary needs. Also available are gift baskets containing a selection of the finest chocolates, cheese and wine. The staff has a good knowledge of wine and is always ready to answer questions.
  • Carmel Old Town Antique Mall

    38 West Main Street Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 566 1908
    A good place to pick up vintage items, the Carmel Old Town Antique Mall offers vintage purses, costume jewelry, sports goods and linen among other things. It also offers servicing and repairs for vintage items. Popular among the antique fanatics, the mall is a haven for antique treasures.
  • Homespun: Modern Handmade

    869 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 351 0280
    Looking for a truly unique gift? Then come down to Homespun. This quaint shop features a wide range of arts, crafts, trinkets and knickknacks that are all handmade and locally sourced. They also offer a great selection of home decor items, books, clothing, stationary, jewelry and pieces of art, to name just a few things. Every artisan piece of merchandise is guaranteed top quality and one-of-a-kind.
  • Firepoint Creations

    13859 Dearborn Circle Fishers, IN 46038 United States - Phone: 317-445-3648
    Personalized gifts for ever occasion- holidays, weddings, graduation etc.
  • Castleton Square Mall

    6020 East 82nd Street Indianapolis, IN 46250-4746 United States - Phone: +1 317 849 9994 / +1 317 849 9993
    Castleton Square is one of the largest malls in the state. It is divided into four sections - food court, play area, major department stores, and shops ranging from ethnic wear to sports wear. And if you get hungry, there are several dining options available at this busy center for a quick pit stop during your shopping experience.
  • Glendale Town Center

    6101 North Keystone Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States
    The Glendale Town Center is built to provide a convenient place for shoppers. Along with focusing on retail, it also takes care of the entertainment factor. This open air mall is different from others and guarantees an unique experience for those who visit. Some of its boutiques include Macy's, Target, and Staples.
  • Joyful Noise Record Store

    1043 Virginia Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States - Phone: +1 317 632 3220
    An offshoot of the local independent label, Joyful Noise Record Store is nestled in the Murphy Arts Center. Stacked with more than 100 albums, the store showcases the label's music itinerary in vinyl, cassettes and flexi-discs. It also hosts events such as artists meets, listening parties, DJ shows and more. Besides that they have occasional live gigs from top-notch bands across the bands in their intimate performance venue.
  • The Fashion Mall at Keystone

    8702 Keystone Crossing Indianapolis, IN 46240 United States - Phone: +1 317 574 4002
    The Fashion Mall is situated across the Keystone Crossing and is one of the premier malls in Indianapolis. This is the mall to go to if you want higher quality products and aren't afraid to pay higher prices for them. The mall has many specialty shops and restaurants that are catered to a more exclusive clientele. Check their website to see what's being offered now at this high-end center.
  • Washington Square Mall

    10202 East Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46229 United States - Phone: +1 317 899 4568 / +1 317 899 4567
    Located in eastern Indianapolis, the Washington Square Mall opened its doors to shoppers from nearby communities of Cumberland, Irvington, Lawrence and Greenfield in 1974. Home to over 80 popular stores that cater to different needs, from shoe showrooms, home accessories, beauty and such, the mall is a huge landmark in the city. Radio Shack, Bath & Body Works, Victoria's Secret, Sears and Clair's are some of the showrooms located within the Washington Square Mall.
  • Broad Ripple Vintage

    824 East 64th Street Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 255 4135
    Broad Ripple Vintage is a great place to pick up some unique secondhand clothes for any occasion. They offer a variety of clothes and accessories from the 1940's to the 1980's, all packed into a small but welcoming space. Come in to find a full selection of suits, tuxes, dresses, lingerie and accessories. 
  • Global Gifts

    446 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 423 3148
    Global Gifts is a small store dedicated to changing the world. They sell a variety of handmade goods including everything from jewelry and housewares to art and toys. But what really makes it special is that all of these items are fair trade, which means that the artisans were paid a fair wage and the items were ethically made. Since these items are imported from around the world, your purchase goes toward providing fair income to people of limited opportunity. Plus, with a constantly changing stock, you never know just what you'll find.
  • Goose The Market

    2503 North Delaware Street Indianapolis, IN 46205 United States - Phone: +1 317 924 4944
    Goose the Market is a butcher shop that goes above and beyond. Their meat is all local, delivered from the best farms just a few hours or days after slaughter. Their selection of cheeses is top notch. They have a deli, which makes its sandwiches out of the best air-dried, wood-smoked, and dry-cured meats available. They also offer a selection of seasonal produce; again, all local, all high quality. And if that's not enough, there are a variety of fine wines, which can be bought by the bottle or enjoyed by the glass, in-store with small, artisan snacks on the side. 
  • Indy Ready Books

    911 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 384 1496
    Indy Reads Books is an independent bookstore in Downtown Indianapolis. They offer a wide selection of used books, which are donated by members of the community. The business itself is non-profit, as all revenue goes to the organization Indy Reads, a program dedicated to increasing the reading skills of adult illiterates in central Indiana. So buying a book from Indy Reads Books means getting a great book at a great price and helping give someone the gift of literacy all at the same time. 
  • Mass Ave Toys

    409 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 955 8697
    Mass Ave Toys is an independent storefront dedicated to selling nothing but fun and funny toys. This quaint little space has a selection of toys for every age group, so you know you'll always find something perfect for your little one. From dolls and books to games and trikes, there are so many toys to enjoy. 
  • Rocket Fizz

    52 Monument Circle Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 822 3499
    Rocket Fizz is a small storefront selling a wide variety of unique sodas, candy and novelty items. The soda flavors range from the normal to the truly bizarre. Where else will you find buffalo wing or bacon flavored soda alongside the colas and root beers? Add to this a selection of candy that would make Willy Wonka proud, and you've got a store that is guaranteed to be heaven to anyone with a sweet tooth. 
  • Rogue Decor

    1056 Virginia Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 822 8584
    If you're looking for a quirky or unique way to decorate your home, then Rogue Decor is the place for you. They offer a selection of one of a kind furniture, both new and used, in a variety of styles. With the size of their selection you're sure to find just what your home needs at a price you can afford. Plus, with their assortment of unique accessories and gifts you can be sure you'll leave with a few extra items every time you visit the store.  
  • Music Mill

    3720 East 82nd Street Indianapolis, IN 46240 United States - Phone: +1 317 841 1850
    One of the hottest nightspots in Indianapolis, the Music Mill combines popular musical acts with fine dining. The Music Mill features names like Pete Yorn, the Sam Bush Band, and the Dark Star Orchestra in a stylish setting. Arrive early and enjoy dishes like Bacon-Wrapped Scallops, Mojito Mahi Mahi, or Filet Mignon from the restaurant's extensive menu. Be sure to save room for dessert- the Chocolate Amaretto Mousse Cup and New York Style Cheesecake should not be missed. A full drink list is also available. For information about upcoming concerts, visit their website.
  • Chatterbox Jazz Club

    435 Massachusetts Ave Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 636 0584
    The Chatterbox Jazz Club is the place to go to hear live jazz in Indianapolis.  Both well-known and local jazz musicians play here on a weekly basis.  The club also serves food and drinks.  See website of a complete concert schedule.
  • Vogue Theatre - IN

    6259 North College Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 259 7029
    The Vogue Theater is a premier music venue and nightclub bringing great music to Indianapolis. As a music venue, the space is intimate and enjoyable, and has hosted performances by such greats as Snoop Lion and Les Claypool. Several times a week it becomes a happening nightclub featuring drink specials and a mix of retro and top 40 hits. There's a balcony area with seating for when your legs get tired, and VIP bottle service if you're willing to spend the money.  
  • Talbott Street Night Club

    2145 North Talbott Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 931 1343
    Talbott Street Nightclub is a gem of a gay bar in Indianapolis. The club is best known for its drag shows, which feature a series of queens putting on an amazing performance. If you're not interested in the show, then come for the dance floor, where DJs spin the best new hits. With weekly events and theme nights, there's always fun to be had.
  • Nicky Blaine's

    20 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46208 United States - Phone: +1 317 638 5588
    Rated as one of the finest martini bars in the city, Nicky Blaine's  is a nightclub and lounge bar that is frequented by crowds of patrons who love to unwind after a weary day in a casual environment. The bar features an assorted range of martinis, scotches, liquor, beers, wines and other beverages. You can also relish delicious appetizers, like chocolate fondues and cheese plates. Nicky Blaine's offers a cozy ambiance where you can recline in your lounge chair and enjoy a rich selection of fine cigars. The jazz music played at the club sets the mood for a relaxing evening. Nicky Blaine's is a perfect destination for those on the lookout for a bar that is classy yet casual.
  • The Red Room

    6335 Guilford Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 257 1344
    The Red Room is an upscale nightclub that features zealous nights and an exuberant crowd. Located in central Broad Ripple, the club plays host to an eclectic event line-up where resident DJs play various genres including jazz, rock and R&B. Besides that, patrons also get to tap a foot on lively Salsa tunes. Boasting of a casual ambiance, the Red Room invites patrons to hold private parties in its premises. In a nutshell, the Red Room is an ideal destination for party nights and similar celebrations.. Check their website to know more.
  • Gregs

    231 East 16th Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 638 8138
    A place for the bold and the beautiful to frequent, Gregs is a gay nightclub that dispenses a welcoming air. With not just the best entertainment shows that will enliven your evenings but also other amenities one can avail of. Several gaming zones and contest evenings are arranged. There is a lot to sample while at this bar. The music is just right and suited to everyone. For further information, log on to their website.
  • QBo

    2820 West 71st Street Indianapolis, IN 46268 United States - Phone: +1 317 347 1000
    Craving for a nightclub that can give you great music and drinks? then head straight to QBo. With a constant supply of dance music, you will not leave without exclaiming how terribly your knees ache. The bar is also well stocked at all times. Adding to the fun are the pool tables. 
  • Pulse Nightclub & Bistro

    605 East Market Street Indianapolis, IN 46206 United States - Phone: +1 317 632 0325
    Considered as one of the finest clubs of downtown Indianapolis, Pulse Nightclub & Bistro is a regular hangout for several club-goers of the region; most of who are looking to party the night away. The club features a casual ambiance that makes it ideal for friendly conversations and intimate talks with loved ones. Pulse Nightclub & Bistro also doubles up as an event space where DJ nights, live musicals and theme nights take place on a regular basis. So if you are looking out for a top music destination that lets you enjoy the night to the fullest, then head straight to Pulse Nightclub & Bistro. For more information, do call ahead.
  • Club Escalade

    6700 East 38th Street Indianapolis, IN 46226 United States - Phone: +1 317 545 4325
    How do you judge if the place you are going to is 'the' most happening venue in the city? Not too much brain storming will tell you that it is a place that just suits your sensibilities and tastes. Mingling with the crowd that knows no limits and sees no prejudices, Club Escalade always receives its share of hip and happening people. The weekly events are well sought after by the regular party goers as these are usually a lot of fun. Conjuring different themes and inviting various artists is yet another crowd puller. While in the city and looking for some night mania, crash straight into the party place that sizzles surprises each time you visit. For more information, call on the numbers mentioned.
  • Mineshaft Saloon

    812 Broad Ripple Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 253 5844
    Since it opened its doors in 1992, Mineshaft Saloon revolutionized the concept of nightlife in the Broad Ripple neighborhood. This upscale club plays host to some of the biggest and most glamorous events that take place in the region. From theme parties to DJ sessions, and other musical nights, here you get to enjoy them all. During DJ nights, resident as well as guest DJs spin hit tunes for the jovial crowd. The cozy ambiance of the place makes it suitable for casual conversations with friends as well as to make new acquaintances. Call ahead to know more.
  • The Juke Box Live

    188 West Jefferson Street Franklin, IN 46131 United States - Phone: +1 317 346 0177
    Having live music while stomping around a club always gives you that extra dose of energy and excitement. Gearing the visitors with non stop live action and stimulating rhythms, The Juke Box  Live is just another heaven on earth. The special theme nights orchestrate the magic and vivacity of a live performance. Be it valentines day that you wish to take your partner to or just a pole dancing competition you wish to witness with your guy friends, the place has it all. While in the city, do not miss this location as it guarantees you a renewed spirit. For further information, log on to their website.
  • 501 Eagle

    501 North College Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 632 2100
    Fun and excitement define the 501 Eagle. This nightclub and bar offers some wonderful drinks that are amazing to try out. Besides, there is the lure of some amazing musical performances that is sure to keep you here till the closing hours of the club. This gay-friendly hangout welcomes people from all walks of life to attend the thrilling themed parties and events hosted here regularly. To know the schedule of the events happening here, check the website.  
  • Tiki Bob's Cantina

    231 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 974 0954
    Rated as one of the finest clubs of the city, Tiki Bob's Cantina is a chic nightclub that boasts one of Indianapolis' largest dance floor. Furnished with superb lights and acoustics, the club is an ideal location to dance your night away. Tiki Bob's Cantina plays host to theme nights, DJ sessions and private parties where a jovial crowd partakes in the fun. Check their website for a detailed event line-up and other information.
  • Landsharks

    810 Broad Ripple Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 254 8157
    Fun and excitement beckons you at the Landsharks, for this place is a nightclub and a dance bar with an eclectic atmosphere. You can dance away till the wee hours of the morning or simply crash down at one of the bars and sip on drinks as you take in the ambiance or catch up with friends. Landsharks also hosts great live music nights and fun parties that finds the place packed to its capacity. If you are in the city and have some thrilling night on your to-do list, Landsharks is the place to go to. To know the schedule of the events taking place here, check the website.
  • Subterra Lounge

    250 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 472 8600
    Boasting of a strategic location and a chic decor, Subterra Lounge is an upscale bar that is frequented by the young and young-at-heart. This ultra-modern club plays host to DJ nights, live musicals, concerts and gigs by established as well as emerging artists. The club is furnished with a large dance floor that is enhanced with superior acoustics and spectacular lights. The bar at Subterra Lounge is equipped with an array of premium beverages including martinis, vodkas and scotches. Check website to know more.
  • Metro Nightclub & Restaurant

    707 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 639 6022
    Superb food, amazing coffee, great drinks and eclectic ambiance has made Metro Nightclub & Restaurant very popular among the patrons and locals since its inception in the year 1990. The place offers an amazing array of sandwiches and other pub grub that make for good accomplices with your drinks. The pool tables, live music and karaoke nights is what makes the place exciting and fun to go to. If you are looking for a place to have a meal and hang out at, Metro Nightclub & Restaurant is the perfect option.
  • Club Tropicana

    6447 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46241 United States - Phone: +1 317 225 8706
    The Latin music revolution has taken the world by storm, and Club Tropicana has set the example right. Located in a prominent area of Indianapolis, the place organizes Salsa nights, live musicals and hip hop performances. Each day locals throng the place with excitement. The atmosphere here is casual and very relaxed. Call ahead for more details.
  • Club Kameleon

    120 East Market Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 964 0400
    Club Kameleon is one of the coolest and chic nightspot in town. It offers a chilled-out atmosphere, where youngsters can listen to great music with their buddies. While enjoying funky beats, you can try some of the drinks and cocktails mixed by the friendly bartenders. In a nutshell, Club Kameleon makes for a complete fun and interesting night out.
  • Club Insomnia

    520 East Thompson Road Indianapolis, IN 46227 United States
    Club Insomnia is a cool nightclub that offers complete entertainment to its patrons. The chilled out ambiance puts you to ease in an instant. Funky numbers played by the DJ beckon you to the dancefloor. Theme parties, DJ nights and special events are a regular feature at Club Insomnia. While you are in town, do visit this club for a fun evening with friends.
  • Tru Nightclub

    6235 Guilford Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States - Phone: +1 317 257 0777
    In Indianapolis, Party goers on the prowl head to a common destination; Tru Nightclub. This chic nightspot has several reasons for its growing popularity. The club has a stylishly decorated lounge that invites clubbers to relax with a drink in hand. Popular DJs spin Top 40 music and chartbusters while the crowd gyrates to this tunes on the spacious dance floor. For those who prefer a recluse from the loud music and crowd, can book the private rooms banked with a separate bar section and bottle service to indulge like a king or queen. Plus, there are also live performances by local artists and bands, and various theme events that keep the party alive till late. So Tru Nightclub definitely knows how to stay true to its guests.
  • Rock House Indy

    3940 South Keystone Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46227 United States - Phone: +1 317 780 8890
    If dancing to live music with your friends is your idea to spend a weekend night, then the Rock House Indy on the South Keystone Avenue wouldn't disappoint you. This live music bar and nightclub is known for hosting plethora of independent artists and bands, as well as well-known DJs much to the delight of those who love letting their hair down on the dance floor. Apart from the dance floor, the 5000 square feet (465 square meters) space also comprises multiple large television screens, game room with pool tables and dartboards, and a cozy lounge where you can munch on tantalizing appetizers. Walk in here any day of the week for a thumping nightout.
  • Bartini's

    39 West Jackson Place Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 636 0100
    Bartini's is the premier nightclub of Indianapolis. The massive dance floor is perfect for dancing to the DJs, who are spinning the best new music. Three full service bars are serving up drink specials Thursday through Saturday. If you get tired of dancing, head to the outdoor patio, which has it's own fire pit. If you're feeling something ritzy, there are 11 VIP sections open for rent. 
  • EL VOLKAN Nightclub

    2705 Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46222 United States
    Located on historic Washington street of Indianapolis,Indiana; the EL Volkan is a great choice for live entertainment and nightlife fun. Its urban, Latin feel brings excitement to any occasion.
  • Blu Nightclub

    240 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 955 8585
    Blu is bringing the high-end feel of Miami nightclubs to Indianapolis. It features a sleek, modern interior, with a dance floor for when the DJ starts spinning the best new tracks. If being among the crowd isn't for you, then you can book one of the VIP rooms for a more private experience with full bottle service. A business casual dress code keeps the club looking classy all week long. Plus, weekly drink specials make this a great place to enjoy a laid back weekday evening, or a high octane weekend. 
  • Sensu

    225 South Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 635 6000
    Sensu is a top-notch nightclub on Meridian. With Weekly DJ sets and a full dance floor, it's a great place to dance the night away. And if you feel like having a more high-end evening, you can upgrade to a VIP table with full bottle service. If you're just looking to eat, there's a sushi restaurant upstairs where you can order a taste of Japan. 
  • Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

    3500 West 106th Street Carmel, IN 46032-5513 United States - Phone: +1 317 733 3033
    Want to spend your day in the a quaint little church surrounded by an aura of peace and calm? Head to this exotic church and be enchanted by the fascinating architecture and unique Greek symbols employed therein. This Greek church opens its arms to one and all and aims to foster harmony in the community. Attend masses, sermons and church services regularly and meet like minded religious enthusiasts from all over the town. Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is also famous for its Greek Festival that has been a traditional favorite for over 30 years, and attracts a large crowd every September. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
  • Holy Rosary Church

    520 Stevens Street Indianapolis, IN 46203 United States - Phone: +1 317 636 4478
    Holy Rosary Church aims to foster a sense of peace and harmony in the community. Attend regular masses, bible classes, sermons and religious services as you broaden your horizons at this quaint little Italian church. Famous for its annual Italian Street Festival, which is full of excitement for the whole family: with live gigs, a colorful parade, and delicious food, this church is a must-visit. Check website for more details.
  • Indianapolis

    Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 262 3000(Tourist Information)
    Boasting of a rich history and cultural identity, the capital city of Indiana is a real find for art lovers. Studded circle full of incredible monuments and memorials, Indianapolis attracts hoards of tourists year after year. Shopaholics, sportsmen, nature lovers, history students and partygoers will all find much to explore around the city. Racing enthusiasts will love visiting the city during major car racing and karting events, while the culturally inclined will not want to miss out on the passel of music, art, community and cultural events that dot the yearly calendar. Call the tourist office for more details.
  • Indianapolis Tennis Center-IUPI Sports Complex

    150 University Boulevard Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 278 2100
    Indianapolis Tennis Center began as an outdoor facility with 14 Hard Outdoor Courts, 4 Clay Courts and a 10,000 seater stadium court. After a while an indoor facility was added. The tennis center is home to number of events both local and national. Along with such events the center also endorses lessons in tennis and practice sessions. Programs too take place on a regular basis. The space is available for private functions too, whether for business or even personal. Kindly check the website for event details and additional rental information.

     

  • Varsity Field

    W 51st Street & Lester Street Indianapolis, IN 46208 United States - Phone: +1 800 368 6852(Toll Free)
    The Varsity Field of the Butler University is one of the famous soccer fields in the area. The area can seat up to 500 individuals and also contains within it teams benches, elevated press box, storage facility for equipment. Head here and you are sure to find a practice session going on or a an amazing match in progress. This field is part of a huge unit that incorporates outdoor tennis courts and other intramural fields. Kindly check the website for event details and rental information.
  • Lilly Physical Education and Recreation Center

    702 South College Avenue Greencastle, IN 46135 United States - Phone: +1 765 658 4934
    Located within the DePauw University, the Lilly Physical Education and Recreation Center is rated among the finest sports center in the city. It is the state-of-the-art facility available at this recreational space that makes it one of the most reputed fitness centers of the city. The center is equipped with a ten-lane swimming pool, six courts for racquet championships and practice sessions, a small gymnasium and a few conference rooms. Besides this, the Lilly Physical Education and Recreation Center also has a 2,400-seater arena that hosts baseball and volleyball matches. The venue hosts inter-collegiate sports events on a regular basis. Check website to know more.
  • Lambert's Music Center

    1325 Meridian Street Anderson, IN 46016 United States - Phone: +1 765 641 1200
    The Lambert's Music Center in Anderson is located along Meridian Street. The center's main aim is to promote and diversify music among the local community. The place has an excellent setting and an even better curriculum of music lesson combined with well trained professionals. These professionals used modern means to teach amateur musicians the right notes. The place also doubles up as a store, with an very good range of pianos and other organs to choose from. Check their website or call ahead for more information.
  • Freetown Village

    625 Indiana Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 631 1870
    The Freetown Village aims at promoting art and culture amongst the African-American Community. It was started by Ophelia Wellington who wanted to spread a word or two about the Afro-American history. The Freetown Village organizes various theatre performances, dances and African cultural programs which aim to spread awareness of the African community in Indiana. They also conduct research work on the history of the community in Indiana and even hold camps, workshops, organize tours, walks and other outdoor activities for children. The Freetown Village also has a very creative and well trained team of troops who are available for performances.
  • Mindful Movement Studio

    1315C West 86th Street Indianapolis, IN 46260 United States - Phone: +1 317 257 6463
    Recognizing that your body needs the right kind of fitness regimen for its well being, Mindful Movement Studio has equipped itself to offer you the best. The exercises not only usher you towards a shapely body but also a healthy one. The healing power of yoga can be experienced in the right way as it is taught by experienced and skilled professionals. Apart from the usual workouts, relaxation through massages is also provided. Prices vary depending on the kind of routine chosen. For further information, log on to their website.
  • Arsenal Technical High School

    1500 East Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN 46201 United States - Phone: +1 317 693 5300
    Established in 1912, during the civil war, the Arsenal Technical High School has several buildings spread across its downtown campus and is considered one of its kind school in the entire city. The school conducts classes from ninth to twelfth grade. Besides being a noted educational institute in the city, arsenal also takes a leading part in various extra curricular and sports activities especially football.
  • Tabernacle Presbyterian Church

    418 East 34th Street Indianapolis, IN 46205 United States - Phone: +1 317 923 5458
    This city church is the longest standing parish in the city serving since the middle of the nineteenth century. However, if only occupied its present premises of Gothic architecture in the year 1922. The church has, in the past, been involved in various community services like, formation of the recreational group for children, building of schools, organizing talks with members, etc. Besides, the chapel also hosts various memorial services and events during the summer. Visit their website for more information.
  • Tyndall Armory

    711 North Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 390 2600
    Tyndall Armory houses many Indian National Guard departments and is considered one of the important venues for operation of guard services in the state. However, the place also doubles up as an event venue that hosts several meetings, concerts and other fun events. The Tyndall Armory is open to public on days of performances, so that everyone attends these events and has a gala time.
  • Stutz Business Center

    1060 North Capitol Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 488 7373
    Stutz Business Center is a hub for all business related events. This place offers space for meetings, conventions, trade and consumer meetings and so on. It also offers lease to many tenants. The center has all the technical apparatus that one needs and is well-equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Check the website for further details.
  • Indiana Department of Natural Resources

    402 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 232 4200 / +1 877 463 6367(Toll Free)

    Started with an aim to preserve natural resources, The Indiana Department of Natural Resources or DNR is a governmental organization that maintains the state's parks, recreational areas, nature preserves and wildlife. In order to enlighten more and more people of the boons given by nature, the department organizes various events that include workshops, training sessions, hikes and fairs among others. Check website to know more.

  • Christ Church Apostolic

    6601 Grandview Drive Indianapolis, IN 46260 United States - Phone: +1 317 255 0109
    Located across Grandview Drive is the Christ Church Apostolic. It was founded with a mission to spread the message of God and strive for peace in the community. This church organizes prayer sessions, community meetings and religious events on a regular basis. For more details, call ahead.
  • Eastern Star Church

    5750 East 30th Street Indianapolis, IN 46218-3314 United States - Phone: +1 317 591 5050
    The Eastern Star church believes in its mission of achieving excellence in service, faith, attitude and humility. It conducts several religious events like faith formation, ministry appreciation celebration, bible bookstore amongst many others mainly to promote the Christian faith. For more details, check website or call.
  • Martinsville

    Martinsville Martinsville, IN 46151 United States
    Martinsville used to be called the “Goldfish Capital of the World,” due to the presence of fisheries that exported fish all across the world. In the 17th century, people used to flock here from far off areas to bathe in the mineral health spas for their therapeutic qualities. In fact till date there exists a board "Martinsville City of Mineral Water " An old courthouse built in 1859 called the Morgan County courthouse is a major draw with tourists, as are the other heritage establishments and leafy avenues.
  • Greenfield

    Greenfield Greenfield, IN 46140 United States - Phone: +1 317 477 4300(Tourist Information)
    Located in the eventful Hancock County in Indiana, Greenfield was incorporated as a city in 1876, soon after which the accidental discovery of natural gas ushered in hectic industrial activity and employment. Present day Greenfield attracts visitors with its historic landmarks, heritage streets and a very pulsating cultural calendar. The best time to visit is October during the Riley Festival which sees color, food, dance, music and art.
  • Nashville

    Nashville Nashville, IN 47448 United States
    Nashville is well-known among Indiana's art circles for the Brown County Art Colony which was established in 1907 when artists started to arrive here and live together. Founded in 1836 by the settler Banner Brummet, this city was initially called Jacksonburg until it was finally incorporated in 1872. This touristy place attracts visitors for its cultural events, nightlife, lush forest cover, state parks, lakes, nature trails and galleries. Bed & breakfasts welcome tourists who're enchanted by the old-world charm of Nashville and its friendly folks.
  • Downtown Zionsville

    55 East Oak Street Zionsville, IN 46077 United States - Phone: +1 317 873 5130(Tourist Information)
    Downtown Zionsville is unlike the downtown areas of other cities as this one boasts a predominantly village feel despite having a number of commercial buildings within it. The ambiance has been intentionally designed so as to allow for a relaxed vibe where shoppers can stop by the old village shops. A lower speed limit on the Main Road ensures that vehicular traffic is at a slow pace, while strategically placed street lamps ooze an old-world charm where one feels transported back in time. Dowtown Zionsville is the place to be.
  • Arcadia

    Arcadia Arcadia, IN 46030 United States
    Located in Indiana's Hamilton County, Arcadia is part of the pretty Jackson Township. Named after the historic Greek province Arcadia, this American counterpart boasts an equally gripping history replete with stories of brave men and women. With close to 27% German and 15% Irish population, this city has a blend of all races and nationalities who coexist in an exemplary manner, and are unified by their love for the arts whether visual or performing.
  • Russiaville

    Russiaville Russiaville, IN 46979 United States
    Despite its apparent connection to Russia, Russiaville bears no connection whatsoever to this former Soviet country. The residents went a step further to disassociate themselves by deliberately changing the pronunciation to "Roo-sha-ville". This city became a hotspot for the Quaker community, and has a number of church denominations such as the Russiaville United Methodist Church, the First Baptist Church and others. The Koh-Koh-Mah & Foster Living History Encampment is great fun where volunteers serve delicious biscuits with gravy and stew on all 3 festival days while dressed in period costumes.
  • Carmel

    Carmel Carmel, IN 46032 United States - Phone: +1 317 571 2400(Tourist Information)
    Located in Indiana's Hamilton County, Carmel was actually referred to as Bethlehem until 1874. A major attraction with visitors and locals is the Carmel Monon Community Center which is an outdoor park with pools, running tracks, slides, gymnasiums and a banquet center. The city center is a plush neighborhood with stylish commercial establishments, swanky restaurants and banks while the Arts and Design District is a haven for artists, students, backpackers and art enthusiasts who flock here for a range of events and festivals.
  • Westfield

    Westfield Westfield, IN 46069 United States - Phone: +1 317 804 3000 (Tourist Information)
    Located in Indiana's Hamilton County is Westfield which was founded in 1834 by a bunch of enterprising Quakers - Asa Bales, Ambrose Osborne, Simon Moon and Simon Barker. This city was a hot seat for political affairs most notably the anti-slavery movement. The downtown area maintains its laid-back vibes and attracts tourists aplenty.
  • Pyramid of Enlightenment

    8101 East Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46219 United States - Phone: +1 317 899 7590
    Delve into your spiritual side by opting for psychic counseling and holistic healing offered by the Pyramid of Enlightenment. This reputed center also conducts various workshops, classes, fairs and interesting events related to meditation, tarot reading, reiki, reflexology and Psi testing. Women can benefit from the Ladies Day Out session held here which has several treatments at a discounted rate. Those planning to exchange vows can contact the center to arrange the wedding at the client's preferred venue. For more details on the center, visit their website.
  • Total Fitness of Columbus

    3075 Middle Road Columbus, IN 47201 United States - Phone: +1 812 373 9992
  • Shelby County Athletic Club

    24 West Rampart Road Shelbyville, IN 46176 United States - Phone: +1 317 398 2582
  • Greensburg Community High School

    1000 East Central Avenue Greensburg, IN 47240 United States - Phone: +1 812 663 7176
  • Crossfit Indy North

    15475 Endeavor Drive Noblesville, IN 46060 United States - Phone: +1 317 892 9348
  • Durbin Elementary School

    18000 Durbin Road Noblesville, IN 46060 United States - Phone: +1 765 534 3188
  • UAW Local 292 Union Hall

    1201 West Alto Road Kokomo, IN 46902 United States - Phone: +1 765 453 4600
  • Intelliplex Conference Center

    2154 Intelliplex Drive Shelbyville, IN 46176 United States - Phone: +1 317 398 6051
  • Sports of All Sorts

    6002 Sunnyside Road Indianapolis, IN 46236 United States - Phone: +1 317 823 9555
  • Plainfield High School

    1 Red Pride Drive Plainfield, IN 46168 United States - Phone: +1 317 839 7711
  • Henry County YMCA

    300 Wittenbreaker Avenue New Castle, IN 47362 United States - Phone: +1 765 529 3804
  • Northview Church

    12900 Hazel Dell Parkway Carmel, IN 46033 United States - Phone: +1 317 846 2884
  • St. George Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church

    4020 North Sherman Drive Indianapolis, IN 46226 United States - Phone: +1 317 547 9356
    Founded in 1926, the St. George Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church is a local community church. It believes in spreading the message of the Lord and maintaining communal harmony. All its efforts are directed in achieving this goal and accordingly it hosts variety of events like gospel music concerts, workshops, sermons, lecture series and religious functions. For more details, call ahead.
  • Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

    420 University Boulevard Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 274 5555
    IUPUI, located a short distance from downtown Indianapolis, is a partnership between Indiana University and Purdue University. It offers over 250 professional degrees from both universities with a focus on health and life sciences. It is a public research campus with 21 schools and faculties. This institution ranks among the top universities in the country with its medical school being one of the largest in North America.
  • Bethel A.M.E. Church

    414 West Vermont Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States - Phone: +1 317 634 7002
    The Bethel A.M.E. Church or the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church was established in 1836. This milestone in the history of African American community was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
  • Elwood Downtown Historic District

    North Anderson Street Elwood, IN 46036 United States
    Consisting of prominent buildings like the Elwood City Hall, The Leeson's Building, and The Opera House, the Elwood Downtown Historic District is an area that is approximately belted by the Duck Creek. Popular among tourist and locals this district is registered as a historic site.

  • Colfax Carnegie Library

    207 South Clark Street Colfax, IN 46035 United States
    Colfax Carnegie Library opened in 1917 and in 1994 it was added to National Register of Historic Places. The library serves the Colfax town and its school students with excellent books and reference materials. For information about the collection and other details, check website.
  • Indiana State Library

    315 West Ohio Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 866 683 0008 (Toll Free) /+1 317 232 3675
    The Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau not only serves government officers but also all the people of Indiana. It chronicles and preserves varied form of data pertaining to the Indiana State. For details, check website.
  • Decatur County Courthouse

    150 courthouse Square 244 Greensburg, IN 47240 United States - Phone: +1 812 663 8223
    Replacing former locations, the current Decatur County Courthouse was constructed in 1874. This courthouse is popular owing to the political campaigns that are initiated from here; Robert Kennedy has also visited the premises in 1968. Apart from that, the tree located atop the courthouse is another attraction that draws tourists here.
  • St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church

    126 West Georgia Street Indianapolis, IN 46225 United States - Phone: +1 317 635 2021

    St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church or Saint John's Indy, is a historic church located in Indianapolis. This Gothic Revival style structure was built by D.A. Bohlen in the early 1860s and features intricate stained glass designs, rose windows and towering turrets. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

  • Ralph Waldo Emerson Indianapolis Public School No. 58

    321 North Linwood Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46201 United States - Phone: +1 317 226 4258
    A historic institution, Ralph Waldo Emerson School 58 was constructed in 1907, and in 2004 was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, the school has been completely refurbished and offers its students the most modern of facilities.
  • Rush County Courthouse

    101 East Second Street Rushville, IN 46173 United States - Phone: +1 765 932 2086
    The Rush County Courthouse stands as a historical courthouse site in the Rushville city of the U.S. State of Indiana. The construction of the site dates back to 1896. The courthouse building is a brilliant structure and finely exemplifies the Romanesque and Richardsonian Romanesque styles of architecture. The courthouse has paved its way into the National Register of Historic Places. The office hours of the courthouse are 8:00a to 4:00p EST from Monday to Friday every week. 
  • NCAA Hall of Champions - Conference Center

    700 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 United States - Phone: +1 317 917 6467
    NCAA Hall of Champions - Conference Center is a state-of-the-art facility in White River State Park. It features many meeting rooms, ballrooms and an auditorium for various events. It comprises of two buildings the Brand and Dempsey which are linked through an internal corridor. Each space is distinct and is also uniquely named such as Theodore Roosevelt, Judith Sweet, Chancellors and Presidents, and Jesse Owens.