If you ask anyone in the US, what the city of Indianapolis is most famous for, most likely that person would tell you about the Indianapolis 500 car racing event, which he or she saw on TV… But in fact, besides hosting that motor racing bonanza annually, the city has a lot of other decent attractions! The list can start with either the Victoria Field baseball stadium, where you can see the ball game, the Garfield Park, famous for its tall oaks and cherry trees or even the Michigan Lake shore.
An ultimate list of the city’s venues looks like this:
This contender, located at the city’s airport offers a wide choice of organic dishes, with a big emphasis put on vegetarian and gluten free meals…
St. Elmo Steak House
When visiting a typical farming Midwest state like Indiana, enjoying a steak and fried farm vegetables on the side would make perfect sense!
Being one of the oldest bars & restaurants in the city and serving as a main bootlegging venue during the Prohibition era, this one has a lot of beverages and burgers to offer!
A traditionally Italian deli place, also serving some Jewish desserts as well, Shapiro’s is by far the Indy’s top rated bakery of them all!
Good craft & draft beer, on par with incredible meat burgers and steaks, will make your visit worthwhile and yummy!
Come on, how come you did not include the Bluebeard place on your list?
Yep, the atmosphere there is just outstanding!