Indianapolis is a mid-western city in the United States.
|Population||829,718 hab. (2010)|
|Postal Code||46201, 46202, 46203, 46204, 46205, 46206, 46207, 46208, 46209, 46211, 46214, 46216, 46217, 46218, 46219, 46220, 46221, 46222, 46223, 46224, 46225, 46226, 46227, 46228, 46229, 46230, 46231, 46234, 46235, 46236, 46237, 46239, 46240, 46241, 46242, 46244, 46247, 46249, 46250, 46251, 46253, 46254, 46255, 46256, 46259, 46260, 46266, 46268, 46274, 46275, 46277, 46278, 46280, 46282, 46283, 46285, 46290, 46291, 46295, 46296, 46298|
|Fusher||UTC-04:00 Eastern Time|
The founders of Indianapolis expected this city to be a large inland port (Great Inland Port), but they neglected the fact that the White River is not navigable most of the year, except in spring. The rest of the time, it forms a mixture of sandbanks and temporary islands. However, this desire to become an important port has left the city a beautiful neighborhood next to the canal that has only recreational use and only serves pedalos and kayaks.
Instead, Indianapolis is called the "America's Crossroads" because of its central role in the US interstate highway system. It is hot in summer, with average maximum temperatures of 30°C in June, July and August. January is the coldest month, with a maximum average of 1.1°C. In some years, the winter is well marked with heavy snowfall and, once in a generation, there is an ice storm. Indianapolis is located in an area hit by tornadoes, but has never been hit by large tornadoes.
In general, Indianapolis is safe, clean, and understandable. Visitors can always find something to do without being overwhelmed by a sprawling metropolis. In a few minutes, you can move from a quiet corn field to a dynamic city center.
Indianapolis is known as the "American Crossroads" for a good reason. Highways 65, 69, 70, and 74 cross here. The city's ring belt is the I-465. I-70 crosses the city from east to west and I-65 from north to south.
- 1 Indianapolis International Airport (IATA: IND) 7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive, - It is located about 15 minutes from the city center (no traffic) and is located in the southwest corner of the city. Ideally located close to hotels, taxi services, etc.
- 2 Eagle Creek Aviation Services 4101 Dandy Trail, - Located north of the international airport in a small corner of the Westside.
- 3 Greenwood Municipal Airport 749 E County Line Rd, Greenwood, - south of town.
- 4 Metropolitan Airport 10401 Willow View Rd, Fishers, - north, in the chic part of the city.
- 5 Indianapolis Regional Airport (formerly Mt. Comfort Airport) 3867 N Aviation Way, Greenfield, - 3867 N Aviation Way, Greenfield. +1 317 335-3371.
- 6 Greyhound 350 S Illinois St (located in the heart of the city), - Greyhound serves virtually all of North America, so buses arrive and depart more than a dozen times a day from and to all locations.
- Burlington Trailways, - connects Indianapolis to other locations in the Middle West.
- Megabus 200 E Washington Street (on north side of Washington St. between Delaware St. and Alabama St.) - Note that this company does not stop at a bus station, but at an intersection. If you arrive late at night or in bad weather, you will be exposed to the elements. The intersection is well lit and safe. Megabus desert only the Middle West. Accessible to wheelchairs. Trip price from 1 $ so booked very early.
- 7 Amtrak 350 S. Illinois St., - operates daily between Chicago and Indianapolis and three days a week between Indy and Washington DC and New York City. Located in the heart of the city, next to Greyhound station.
Sites and monuments
- 1 Indiana State Capitol 200 W Washington St, , email: [email protected] - Completed in 1888, it is the center of the Indianapolis government. Originally, the state capital was in Corydon and was moved to Indianapolis in 1825. The building is made of limestone from Indiana and features a mixture of Italian, Greek, and Corinth Renaissance aesthetics. Take a look at the incredible German stained glass window, take a guided tour of group or private, or watch the government "at work". Free parking, paying.
- 2 Soldier's & Sailor's Monument, - (free number)It is a famous statue in the heart of the city. Built in 1902, it is only 4 meters 50 less than the Statue of Liberty. There are depictions of the civil war battles and the freed slaves, by Miss Liberty, on the upper sides of the South, protecting the North of Confederation. In the basement is the Colonel Eli Lilly Museum on Civil War and it is possible to take a tour to the top of the tower to enjoy the view of the city. The small motifs on the monument are a perfect metaphor for the city itself: a mixture of the hustle and bustle of the city center and the serenity of nature. There is also a small gift shop. Parking (on Cirle) and museum entrance free, 1 $ to climb the tower.
- 3 Indiana War Memorial 400 N Meridian St, - The memorial includes a hall of performance and conference and an amazing war museum documenting all American wars. Paid parking, free entry.
- 4 Scottish Rite Cathedral 650 N Meridian St, , e-mail: , (toll-free)[email protected] - An architectural masterpiece. It is the world's largest ancient and accepted Scottish rite cathedral (REAA). Take a look around and watch the huge organ, the floating dance floor and the hand-made stained glass windows. Learn more about the mystery of Freemasonry. There is also a cafe serving snacks. Free.
- 5 Indianapolis Zoo 1200 W Washington St, Wednesday to Sunday: 9 a.m - 16 a.m... Adults 10 $, elderly $9, children up to 12 years $8, children under 2 years free. Tuesday: 8 $. Parking: $6, 10 $ for large vehicles.. - There is the Dolphin Adventures Gallery and the Dome. The underwater observatory in the form of a dome to see the dolphins is the first of its kind. This zoo also covers the themes of the plains, the forest, the desert and the zoo itself. It is possible to feed and mount animals for an extra fee. The rides such as a small Russian mountain, a carousel and a small train are extra.
- 6 White River Gardens 1200 W Washington St, Wednesday to Sunday 6 am - 4 pm.. Entrance fee applies to White River Gardens and fee includes entry to Indianapolis Zoo. Prices vary according to age and season, approximately $10. Paid parking.. - These gardens are part of the White River State Park, with more than three acres of gardens and trails along the White River. There is the Hilbert Conservatory, which contains various flowers, plants and special attractions (such as butterflies) throughout the year. The gardens are non-smoking.
- 7 Crown Hill Cemetery 700 W 38th St. 8 a.m - 18 a.m.open until 8 pm in summer.. Free.. - It is the third largest cemetery in the United States and is considered the "best walk tour" in Indy by Indianapolis Monthly. You can explore the Gothic Chapel of the late 1800s and other famous burial sites. You can also get a free map from the office and explore the cemetery by foot, car or bike. Hundreds of soldiers are buried in beautiful land. Famous tombs include those of John Dillinger, Frederick Dusenberg, Booth Tarkington, James Whitcomb Riley, Colonel Eli Lilly, President Benjamin Harrison and others.
- 8 American Legion National Headquarters 700 N Pennsylvania St, Monday to Friday, 8 am - 4 pm 30.. Free, paid parking.. - Located in the heart of Indy city center. Visit the museum that displays hundreds of posters and objects from the First World War and the second, a diorama of the rescue of Jessica Lynch...
- 9 Garfield Park Conservatory and Sunken Garden 2505 Conservatory Dr, Monday to Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm.. Sunday, 1 pm - 5 pm.. Sunken Gardens is open from 10 am - 9 pm from mid-April to mid-October, and from 10 am - 5 pm the rest of the year.. Input 1 $. Shows cost $3 per person or $8 by family.. - Inside Garfield Park, the Conservatory's houses, 929 square meters, house plants from all over the world. The Sunken Gardens, built in 1916, are three acres of classic European gardens. The gardens vary according to the seasons.
- 10 Medal of Honor Memorial 650 W Washington St. Paid parking, free entrance.. - This monument is part of the White River State Park and pays tribute to more than 3,000 honorary medalists (from civil war to modern warfare). It consists of 27 glass walls, each 2-3 meters high, where the names are engraved. Breathtaking (especially at night!).
- Indiana State Museum 650 W Washington, , fax: +1 317 234-2489 Tuesday-Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday 11 am - 5 pm.. Adults 10 $, 3-12 years $, aged 60 9 $. Admission to the IMAX for an extra fee, combined packages available at reduced prices. On the first Tuesday of the month, the entrance is half price. Parking 3 $... - The new museum building is one of the most beautiful in the country. This museum allows you to learn more about Indy history: from dinosaurs to today, through the civil war and the Second World War. Explore a room dedicated to the famous Hoosiers (Indiana residents), take advantage of IMAX theater, special events and walk through White River State Park exploring the Indiana County Sculpture Garden. The small gift shop sells Indiana ornaments as well as gourmet soft drinks, fancy sweets and toys. The catering area includes a market with fresh local produce and the LS Ayres tea room with its famous chicken soup: chicken velvet.
- National Art Museum of Sports (NAMOS) , - One of the world's largest sports collections. Discover more than 1,000 works on more than 40 different sports . The artists featured include Winslow Homer, LeRoy Neiman, Ogden Pleissner, and more. Sports enthusiasts and art lovers will be able to find something to suit their tastes. Due to renovations on the IUPUI campus, the Museum is moving.
- Museum of Miniature Houses (Museum of Fine House) 111 E. Main St., , email: [email protected] Wednesday-Saturday 11 am - 4 pm, Sunday 1 pm - 4 pm.. $5, $3 children under 10.. - It's a rare gem, a museum that is specifically interested in miniature houses. There is also a gift shop and a children's playground.
- Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art 1043 Virginia Ave., Suite 5, , email: [email protected] Free, donations welcome.. - A coalition of local artists came together to set up these magnificent galleries presenting national and international exhibitions concerning modern art.
- Crispus Attucks Museum 1140 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. St, , email: [email protected] Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm, weekends by appointment.. 8 $, students under 17 years old and elderly , group rate 3 $.. - Located inside the Crispus Attucks school, this museum celebrates the African-American heritage of Indy with art galleries, the history of the school and the success of the students. Though not as famous as the Chicago or Detroit communities, Indianapolis has a rich black heritage, from the Great Migration of the late nineteenth century, with a quarter of the African-American population.
- Indiana Medical History Museum 3045 W. Vermont St., , email: [email protected] February-November: thursday-saturday 10 am - 3 pm with visits on time. January and December: Saturday only.. $7, students $5, children 3 $... - . It is located in an old building of the public central hospital - a now-closed hospital that had served Indiana for years. This building is located in the National Register of Historic Places. The museum offers a visit that shows the old medical equipment, preserved medical specimens, etc.
- Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art 500 W. Washington St., Monday-Saturday 10 am-5 pm, Sunday 12 pm-5 pm.. Adults 10 $, children 5-17 and students 6 , persons over 65 years 9 $, children under four free. Free parking... - This museum is the only one of its kind in the Middle West. There are works by T.C. Cannon, N.C. Wyeth, Andy Warhol, Georgia O'Keeffe, Allan Houser, Frederic Remington, Charles Russell and Kay Walkingstick. The museum also focuses on history Native American artifacts, art, history, and the first inhabitants of this country. Possibility to have lunch in the restaurant. The museum also hosts occasional conferences, games and music. Located in White River State Park, remember to ask for a ticket at a park entrance that includes admission to the park's seven attractions.
- President Benjamin Harrison Home 1230 N. Delaware St., , fax: +1 317 632 5488, email: [email protected] Monday to Saturday 10 am - 3 pm, during the months of June and July open Sundays from 12 h - 3 h 30.. Adults 10 $, children 5-17 and students 5 , persons over 65 years 8 $... - So far, the only president from Indy, he was elected between 1889-1893. Go around the house, built in 1875, of this hero of civil war built in the style of the Italian Victorian school. The house is full of antiques, art, political memories and personal items. The house at the back offers an exhibition on the First Ladies. Throughout the year, fun events are organized that often include incredible reenactments featuring the historic characters of Indiana. Naturalization ceremonies and a fun croquet tournament are also organized.
- Conner Prairie Interactive History Park (Conner Prairie Living History Museum) 13400 Allisonvile Rd, , (toll-free) November to March: Tuesday-Sunday 10 am - 3 pm, from March to October: Tuesday-Sunday 10 am - 5 pm.. Seasonal rate: around $6-7 normally, winter holidays 12 $ for adults and $9 for young people. Free parking.. - Located in the 1880s, the Conner Prairie is suitable for those interested in life in Indiana in the past. With volunteers dressed in period costume, you are able to discover all aspects of daily life through time: from forging to cooking, from games to schooling, from agriculture to religion. Start with the modern museum to discover scientific and anthropological history, then head to the museum of living history, with buildings from the 1880s. Special exhibitions are held and often change. In summer, you can have a picnic in the meadow in the evening and enjoy classical and pop concerts. A restaurant is located on site and a gift shop is located on site.
- Indiana Historical Society 450 W. Ohio St. (located on the White River Canal), , email: [email protected] Tuesday-Saturday: 10 a.m - 17 a.m... Adults 7 $, aged 60+ 6.5 $, young 4 $, 4 years and less free.. - An extraordinary place to visit for those interested in the people and places that make up each part of the state. This museum has a research library, a music room, a projection room, a gift shop and a café. The Indiana Experience collection changes every eight to twelve months so that you will always find something new and interesting about Hoosier . ..
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame 4790 W. 16th St., , email: [email protected] March-October: 9.00am -5.00pm, November-February: 10 a.m -16 a.m... Adults 5 $, children 3 $, 5 years and less free... - Located inside the house of the Indy 500, it is the world's largest collection of classic and ancient racing cars. Discover 30 of the cars that won the Indy 500, a 20 min film on the history of the car race, a souvenir shop and a coffee shop. You can also, for a little money, get on a bus that goes around the actual race track (about 40 miles or 65 km per hour... ).
- NCAA Hall of Champions (NCAA) 700 W. Washington St., Tuesday-Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday 12 h - 17 h.. Adults 5 $, youth and seniors of 60+ 3 $, free for children under 5 years old... - This is the headquarters of the NCAA, located in the White River State Park. Discover the history of sports in American schools: athletics, hockey, basketball, cross-country skiing, football... Gift shop present.
- Indiana University Natatorium (The Nat) 901 W. New York St., Monday-Thursday 5:30 - 20h, Friday 5 h 30-19, according to school calendar.. Entry $6.. - Located on the campus of Indiana University, Purdue University Indianapolis, UI Natatorium is a world-renowned swimming and diving site. The Natatorium has hosted many nationally recognized events.
- Ms. Walker Theater 617 Indiana Ave., , email: [email protected] Tuesday-Friday 9 am - 5 pm.. The towers cost 8 $, $5 for students and elderly, children under 5 years old come back for free. The price of tickets varies according to the events.. - Visit the headquarters of the first woman to become by herself a millionaire, Mrs. CJ Walker, built in the 1900s. Walker began in the cotton market by launching his own line of African-American women's beauty products. Visit the original salon, watch a concert or play and tour the estate.
- Domont Studio Gallery 545 S. East St., , email: [email protected] - Gallery and Workshop of Artist John J. Domont. A beautiful space located in the historic district of Fletcher Place. Discover the artist at work and, who knows, buy a piece. It specializes in the modern landscapes of Indiana.
- The Stutz Artists Association (Stutz Gallery) 212 W. 10th St., - Originally built in 1918 as the headquarters of the Stutz automotive company, it now houses many local artists, businesses and meeting spaces. Discover the "show-room" with a collection of Stutz cars (Elvis was driving a Stutz) and snack on something in Bearcats.
- Harrison Center for the Arts 1505 N. Delaware St., , fax: +1 317 238-5489 Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pmopen on the first Friday of the month until 9 pm.. Free.. - Recently renovated gallery, with an art center and veranda. Discover four art galleries, 36 artists' studios and the beautiful Presbyterian church there. Punk and ska concerts take place in the basement on weekends and the first Friday of the month, during which this space opens its doors to a crowd of art lovers. An important place to discover local art and local populations in a family environment.
- Noel Studio/The Sanctuary 75 N. Main St., , , (toll-free)fax: +1 317 873-2012, email: [email protected] Tuesday-Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, restaurant open from 11 am - 3 pm.. - Workshop of the world renowned artist N.A. Noel, famous for her images of angels, children, Amish, and more. This is the only place where you can see your original work. A coffee shop and gift shop are located on site.
- 1 Broad Ripple Park 1550 Broad Ripple Ave, - Created in 1946, Broad Ripple Park was originally an amusement park. It is located along the White River. This park includes a swimming pool, playground, health course, baseball and tennis court. There is also a dog park (a pass and recent proof of dog vaccination are required). Many dogs, along with their owners, play in this well-maintained, enclosed space on a daily basis. It can become very muddy in rain or snow. It is accessible on foot from Broad Ripple Village.
- 2 Eagle Creek Park 7840 W 56th St, - On the west side of Indy, this huge park has many facilities including a nature center, a health course, fishing areas and a bird sanctuary. Fill your day with sailing, bird watching, fishing, rowing, hiking, swimming and much more. Only 10 minutes from downtown. Admission: $5 by car.
- 3 Garfield Park 2345 Pagoda Dr, (free parking).. - The oldest park in Indianapolis, created in 1881. Among other things, there is the Conservatory and Sunken Gardens, an Arts Center, the MacAllister Center for Performing Arts, a swimming pool and a water center, picnic shelters, a pagoda, tennis courts, numerous trails, playgrounds... Free for most activities.
- 4 Holliday Park 6363 Spring Mill Rd, - One of the oldest parks in the city. Located to the right of the White River, it is made up of marshes, ponds, wildflower gardens, ornithological reserves, a renovated nature center, a sculpture garden and home to countless wild animals and plants. In the warmer months, parents take their children to play on the best playground in the city, and locals picnic, read and gather with their families in this vast park. 95 hectares of trails and forests, to be discovered absolutely!
- 5 Riverside Park 2420 E Riverside Dr, - Founded in 1898, it hosts numerous sports leagues, community activities and special events. It is located on the banks of the White River. Facilities include a swimming pool, tennis courts, baseball and softball courts, recreational facilities, football pitches and other sports and picnic areas.
- 6 Southeastway Park 5624 South Carroll Road, - It is a park of 188 hectares with 80 hectares of forest, a pond and wetlands, open fields and meadows... The park includes a playground, several shelters and picnic tables.
Walks and tours
- Pedalo on the 801 W Washington St, - Rent a pedalo to get around the White River canal system. Explore the tunnels and fountains.
- Strolling around the streets of Lockerbie - Dating back to 1847, it is Indy's oldest existing neighborhood. Featuring an incredible range of Victorian houses still maintained in their original beauty, mixed with modern houses. Visit the website to find a map of walks in the area.
- Take a gondola ride, - Only possible during hot months. To discover a bit of Venice in Indy. Each tour is accompanied by Italian songs and a visit to the canal.
- Take a tour in Segway, - Visit the gardens of the White River State Park, the canal, Indianapolis museums, etc. Each visit takes about two hours and highlights many of the city's attractions. These tours can serve as an informative and adventurous overview to start your stay in Indianapolis
Historic places and activities
- Playing croquet in the property of President Benjamin Harrison 1230 N Delaware St,
- Picnic to James Whitcomb Riley's grave
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway 4790 W 16th St,
- Indiana Pacers
- Indiana Fever
- Indianapolis Colts 500 S Capitol Ave,
- Naptown Rollergirls
- Catch a puck at a hockey game 1202 E 38th St,
- Kart at Post Road Recreation Center 4700 N Post Rd,
- See a Basketball match at the Hinkle Fieldhouse,
- See a Baseball game at Victory Field 501 W Maryland St,
- Play Disc Golf in Brookside 3500 Brookside Pkwy S,
- Shop at Lucas Oil Raceway 10267 US Hwy 136,
- Indianapolis Tennis Center 150 University Boulevard,
- Dark Armies Paint Ball 2525 N Shadeland Ave,
- Bowling any time at the Beech Grove Bowl open 24/24 95 N 2nd Ave,
- Cycling at Major Taylor Velodrome 3648 Cold Spring Rd,
- Ice skating at the World Skating Academy
- Brickyard Crossing 4400 W 16th St,
- Buffer Park Golf Course 3825 S Foltz St,
- Coffin Golf Course 2401 Cold Springs Rd,
- Crooked Stick Golf Club 1964 Burning Tree Ln,
- Dakota Landing Golf Course 6636 S Franklin Rd,
- Eagle Creek 8802 W 56th St,
- Heartland Crossing 6701 S Heartland Boulevard,
- Pleasant Run,
- Riverside Golf Academy 3702 N White River Pkwy,
- Sahm 6880 E 91st St,
- Sarah Shank 2901 S Keystone Ave,
- Smock 3810 E Country Line Rd,
- Whispering Hills 10751 Brookville Rd,
- Indiana Repertory Theater,
- Walk between galleries during First Fridays
- The Phoenix Theater 749 N Park Ave,
- Kuaba Gallery 876 Mass Ave,
- See a puppet show at Peewinkle's 25 E Henry St,
- Murphy Art Center 1043 Virginia Ave,
- Wheeler Arts Community 1035 Sanders St,
- Indianapolis Civic Theater 3200 Cold Spring Rd,
- American Cabaret Theater 401 E Michigan St,
- Start the improvised theater at Comedy Sportz 721 Mass Ave, (toll-free) seniors, $6 kids 5-11, under 4 free...
- Beef and Boards Dinner Theater 9301 Michigan Rd,
- Theater on the Square 627 Mass Ave,
- Dance Kaleidoscope 140 W Washington St,
- Indianapolis Opera
- Circle City Sound
- Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
- Mind Tripping Show: A psychologically strange comedy 120 W. Market Street,
- Chatterbox 435 Mass Ave,
- Emerson Theater 4634 E 10th St,
- The Jazz Kitchen 5377 N College Ave,
- Local's Only 2449 E 56th St,
- Melody Inn,
- Music Mill 3720 E 82nd St,
- Radio Radio 1119 Prospect St,
- Slippery Noodle Inn 372 S Meridian St,
- Spin 6308 Guilford Ave,
- Verizon Wireless Music Center 12880 E 146th St,
- Fill at Trader's Point Creamery 9101 Moore Rd,
- Drink a hot chocolate at the Chocolate Cafe 30 Monument Circle,
- Grab some popcorn at Just Pop In 6302 Guilford Ave,
- Eat a dessert at Eagle's Nest 1 S Capitol Ave,
- Go to the flea market at Fairgrounds 1202 E 38th St,
- Eat fried chicken at MCL Cafeteria 2730 E 62nd St,
- Play board games at Game Paradise 1110 E. Prospect St.,
Broad Ripple Village
- Big Hat Books 922 E Westfield Boulevard,
- Broad Ripple Vintage 824 E 64th St,
- The Bungalow 924 E Westfield Boulevard,
- Chelsea's 902 E Westfield Boulevard,
- Dinwiddies 6216 Carrollton Ave,
- French Pharmacy 823 1/2 E Westfield Boulevard,
- Girly Chic Boutique 841 E Westfield Boulevard,
- Good Earth 6350 E 65th St,
- Haus 5910 N College Ave,
- Luna Music 5202 N College Ave,
- The Magic Bus 1073 Broad Ripple Ave,
- Missing Link Records 4905 N College Ave,
- Pitaya 842 Broad Ripple Ave,
- Red Rose Vintage 834 E 64th St,
- Rusted Moon Outfitters 6410 Cornell Ave,
- Vibes Music 1051 E 54th St,
- Arthur's Music Store 931 Shelby St,
- Heirloom Classics Jewelry and Beads (formerly Boca Loca Beads) 1311 Prospect St,
- Claus' German Sausage & Meats,
- Days Gone By Antiques 1028 Virginia Ave,
- Indianapolis Downtown Antique Mall 1044 Virginia Ave,
Keystone & the West
- The Fashion Mall,
- Frankey's 1300 E 86th St,
- Global Gifts 1468 W 86th St,
- At Home In The City 434 Mass Ave,
- Global Gifts 446 Mass Ave,
- City Market 222 E Market St,
- Luna Music 431 Mass Ave,
- Mass Ave Toys 409 Mass Ave,
- Out Word Bound 625 N East St,
- The Best Chocolate In Town 880 Mass Ave,
- Circle Center Mall,
- Downtown Comics 11 E Market St,
- Clay Terrace 14300 Clay Terrace Boulevard,
- Brown's on 5th 315 N 5th St,
- Captain Logan 150 S Main St,
- Hamilton Town Center 13901 Towne Center Boulevard,
- Lafayette Square Mall 3919 Lafayette Rd,
- Metropolis 2499 Futura Park Way,
- Chocolate Cafe 30 Monument Circle,
- Donut Shop 5527 N Keystone Ave,
- Rene's Bakery 6524 Cornell Ave,
- The Flying Cupcake 715 Massachusetts Ave,
Sandwich and similar snacks
- 96th Street Burgers 4715 E 96th St,
- Au Bon Pain 1701 Senate Avenue,
- Badaboomz 4930 Lafayette Rd,
- Boogie Burger 927 Westfield Boulevard,
- Buffalo Wild Wings
- Fountain Dinner 1105 Prospect St,
- Mug-N-Bun Drive-In 5211 W 10th St,
- Peppy Grill 1004 Virginia Ave,
- Red Eye Cafe 1904 Broad Ripple Ave,
- The Bosphorus Istanbul Cafe 935 S East St,
- Shalimar 1043 Broad Ripple Ave,
- Side Wok Cafe 1087 Broad Ripple Ave,
- Bazbeaux Pizza
- Greek Islands 906 S Meridian St,
- Indianapolis City Market 222 E Market St,
- New Bethel Ordinary 8838 Southeastern Ave,
- Seasons 52,
- Three Sisters Cafe 6360 Guilford Ave,
- Wheatley's 8902 Southeastern Ave,
- A2Z Cafe 4705 E 96th St,
- Ambrosia 915 E Westfield Boulevard,
- Andrus O'Reilly's 36 S Pennsylvania St,
- Barcelona Tapas 201 N Delaware St,
- Black Market Indy 922 Massachusetts Ave,
- Capri 2602 Ruth Dr,
- Champps 8711 River Crossing Rd,
- Claddagh Irish Pub
- Edelweiss Restaurant 8602 S Meridian St,
- India Garden 830 Broad Ripple Ave,
- Jonathan Byrd's Cafeteria 100 Byrd Way,
- The Peep
- Luxor 1026 S Virginia Ave
- Mark Pi's China Gate 1439 E 86th St,
- Naked Tchopstix 6253 N College Ave,
- The Oceanaire Seafood Room 30 S. Meridian Street,
- Santorini Greek Kitchen 1417 E Prospect St,
- Shapiros Delicatessen
- Thai Cafe 1041 Broad Ripple Ave,
- Amalfi's 1351 W 86th St,
- Corner Wine Bar 6331 Guilford Ave,
- Dunaway's 351 S East St,
- Elements 415 N Alabama St,
- Fleming's 8487 Union Chapel Rd,
- Explorer 6523 Ferguson Ave,
- Midtown Grill 815 E Westfield Boulevard,
- P.F. Chang's
- Palomino 49 W Maryland St,
- R Bistro 888 Mass Ave,
- St. Elmo Steak House 127 S Illinois St,
- Sullivan's 3316 E 86th St,
- Taste 5164 N College Ave,
- The Villa 1456 N Delaware St,
Drink a drink / Go out
- Cornerstone Coffee 651 E 54th St,
- Lazy Daze Coffee House 10 S Johnson Ave,
- Mo'Joe Coffee House 222 W Michigan St,
- Monon Coffee Company 920 E Westfield Boulevard,
- Net Heads Cybercafe 1011 E Westfield Boulevard,
Alcohol and cocktails
- 501 Eagle 501 N College Ave,
- Alley Cat 6267 Carrollton Ave,
- Blu 240 S Meridian St,
- Bourbon Street Distillery 361 Indiana Ave,
- Broad Ripple Brew Pub 840 E 65th St,
- Brugge Brasserie
- The Casba 6319 Guilford Ave,
- Chalkie's 5603 E 82nd St,
- Chatham Tap 719 Mass Ave,
- Claddagh Irish Pub (downtown) 234 S Meridian St,
- Coaches Tavern 28 S Pennsylvania St,
- Club Level 120 E Market St,
- Elbow Room 605 N Pennsylvania St,
- English Ivy's 944 N Alabama St,
- Front Page 310 Mass Ave,
- Jillian's 141 S Meridian St,
- Kellerbar at the Rathskellar,
- MacNiven's 339 Mass Ave,
- Metro 707 Mass Ave,
- Mo's Loading Dock,
- Nicky Blaine's 20 N Meridian St
- Old Point Tavern 401 Mass Ave,
- Plump's Last Shot 6416 Cornell Ave,
- Red Key 5170 N College Ave,
- Talbott Street 2145 N Talbott St,
- Ten 1218 N Penn St,
- Therapy 605 E Market St,
- The Unicorn 122 W 13th St,
- The Vogue 6259 N College Ave,
- Whistle Stop 375 South Illinois Street
- Buck Creek Winery 11747 S. Indian Creek Road
- Chateau Thomas Winery 6291 Cambridge Way
- Easley Winery 205 N College Ave,
- Residence Inn Indianapolis Airport 5224 West Southern Avenue,
- Indy Hostel 4903 Winthrop Ave,
- Quality Inn 8325 Bash St,
- Serendipity Haus 1423 Hoyt Ave,
- Suburban Extended Stay Northeast Hotel 8055 Bash St,
- Brick Street Inn 175 S Main St,
- Comfort Suites 4125 Kildeer Dr,
- FantaSuite 1117 E Main St,
- Quality Inn Downtown South 4502 S Harding St,
- The Alexander (Dolce Hotel Alexander) 333 South Delaware Street,,
- 15 North,
- Canterbury Hotel,
- Conrad Indianapolis 50 W Washington St,
- Crowne Plaza at Union Station 123 W Louisiana St,
- JW Marriott Indianapolis 10 South West Street,
- The Kendall Inn 5830 N Post Rd,
- Sheraton Indianapolis City Center 31 W Ohio St,
- The Westin Indianapolis 50 S Capitol Ave,
- The Villa,
- Yellow Rose Inn 1441 N Delaware St,