Hi! What a fabulous weekend we had in Indy, it’s GORGEOUS weather here! Not a cloud in the sky! Anyway, I had a great weekend with my friend visiting from Atlanta and as promised I wanted to share with you the rest of the pictures from the weekend.
We crammed so much in one weekend, it wasn’t even funny! I am not even sure how we managed to make it to all of the restaurants and bars but we did! I had so much on the itinerary and we had an absolute blast! Here’s a few photos from our weekend and also a fun guide of where to go if you’re visiting Indy for the first time.
With so many areas of Indy to explore I decided to share with you a list of fun activities, restaurants and bars that are a must while you are visiting the city. One of the cheapest forms of entertainment is to rent the Pacer’s bikes downtown. This is a cheaper option than calling Uber and way better than walking everywhere on foot.
There’s also Indians baseball games, renting paddle boats on the canal, visiting monument circle, renting the handlebar for a couple of hours and checking out the live music at the Rathskeller’s biergarten , Union 50 & Tin Roof are my top suggestions.
If you’re into wineries and breweries well then you came to the right place there are tons of options all over Indy! The best part is that they even have a brew bus that takes you to each one. Check out Easley winery downtown, Sun King downtown, Triton in Broad ripple Flat12, Tow Yard, Fountain Square & Chilly Water Brewing.
Another fun area in downtown Indy is Mass Ave. The streets are full of cute shops, bars and restaurants. Some of my favorite recommendations are subzero for ice cream, Bakersfield for Sangria, Margaritas and the best guac and chips, Bru burger for amazing burgers, Bazbeaux for delicious pizza & Louie’s Wine Dive for breakfast and killer Bloody Mary’s. If you’re in the mood to shop make sure to stop in Silver in the City boutique.
Also while downtown there is an area called Fountain Square. it’s a really unique area with plenty of activities to do make sure to stop by Santorini Greek Kitchen for greek inspired cuisine, Siam Square for thai, Fountain square theater rooftop gardens for an amazing view of the city & La Revolucian for mexican while sitting outside or at the adorable tiki hut in the back of the restaurant.
Come check out my stomping grounds, Broad ripple while you are visiting. This is about 15 minutes north of downtown but worth checking out if you are looking for something different to do. Check out Union Jacks for deep dish pizza, Fat Dan’s for smoked wings and fries, Delicia for mexican and amazing margarittas, Yats for cajun their chili cheese etoufee is delicious, Petite Chou for breakfast (bistro and champagne bar) & Northside Social if you’re looking for something a little more fancy. Jump on the Monon Trail after dinner for a walk and make at pit stop at Brics for ice cream.
And that’s just downtown and Broadripple. I don’t have enough time
in the day to go over all of the options on the North side of Indy… You’d have to narrow down what
you like activity, music, wandering, shopping, eating or drinking.
Book a trip, you’re gonna have a blast!