It seems like new breweries and distilleries open up every day, bringing their own unique flair to classic cuisine or traditional beer and liquor recipes. Here are six of the newest spots in Indy to enjoy a fresh drink and a bite to eat.
The Indianapolis Ballet's "New Works" Showcase Series will take place in an intimate setting designed to immerse the audience in the performance. The performances will feature a number of fresh works by impressive choreographers, including award-winning Broadway choreographer Joshua Bergasse.
Hosted by Tomlinson Tap Room and the Indianapolis City Market on Saturday, Oct. 13, Ales for Adoptable Tails gives animal lovers a chance to indulge in great beer and food, while also saving some paws.
One of the nation’s largest and most popular sporting events, the “Classic” draws an average of 175,000 people from across the country annually to be a part of a very special Indy tradition. This year, the two historically black college football teams that will go head to head at Lucas Oil Stadium are Howard University and Bethune-Cookman University.
The Inferno Room, an authentic, old-school tiki bar opens in Fountain Square this week. The escapism bar is intricately decorated with authentic tiki masks and serves a selection of tropical cocktails and appetizers.
The Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience features 12 outdoor interactive opportunities for kids of all ages to learn and play. And during the month of September, you can visit on select nights for absolutely free.
When you visit Indy, you’ll find a wide variety of high quality spas, offering traditional treatments associated with relaxing. But new on the scene in the Circle City are a few notable destinations where you can move beyond the massage and into a whole new space of breathing.
19-year-old Darius Hickman studied at Butler University's ballet program in Indianapolis. His talents have taken him to the Top 6 dancers in the So You Think You Can Dance Finals. Hickman's story has captured thousands of viewers.