May in Indy has traditionally been a celebration of speedy trips around a certain 2.5-mile oval. This May is a time to take it slower with porch parties (from a safe distance) and tasty beverages to welcome the warmer temps.
Everybody’s making plans for that first time all the doors are open again and I’m no different. Sure, I’ve been missing my favorite sushi and being in a crowd listening to live music, but one thing I haven’t lost in the lockdown is local liquor.
The restaurant and hospitality industries are some of the hardest hit by the current crisis, yet Indy’s restaurant scene is stepping up to help others in this time of need. Check out a few of the moving stories below of how Indy is lending a helping hand.
Explore Indy's craft beer scene by riding along with a beer expert aboard the Indy Brew Bus. Let them do the driving for you as you taste your way through the city , make new friends, and learning about what makes each of these craft breweries unique.
From cinnamon spice to hearty stouts, winter and the holidays conjure up very specific flavor profiles that fit the season. Moreover, this is a time to gather friends and family to share in fellowship and toast the future. Here are a few of the seasonal beverages that Indy Craft Pass users can look forward to enjoying while exploring over the holidays.
On Friday, downtown Indy gains another stellar stop on the Indy Craft Pass. Taxman CityWay opens in this newest downtown neighborhood, an ideal location between Bankers Life Fieldhouse and Lucas Oil Stadium.
Visiting Indy means you can make a difference in the world! Don't miss, your chance to dine at amazing restaurants and shop spectacular local retailers that give a percentage of your purchase to charities transforming communities, the environment, and more.
Sun King Brewing kickstarted Indy's craft beer scene in 2009 and continues to evolve with a new space in Broad Ripple that features their award-winning brews alongside a seafood menu driven by Pier 48.
Heartland Film presents the 2nd annual “Indy Shorts” International Film Festival from July 25th thru 28th. With over 100 shorts screening, Indy Shorts is the largest short film an Academy Award ®-qualifying film festival in the Midwest.
It's the 49th year of the IBE Summer Celebration in Indy! For 11 days you and your family can experience film festivals, business leadership and education conferences, luncheons, employment fairs, fashion shows, concerts and more.
The weather is warming up in Indy! This means dedicating more time to enjoying the weather and visiting our favorite restaurants and breweries, dining outside and drinking beer with our friends and families — and don’t forget about your pets!