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The Best Hot Chicken in Indy

JUNE 1, 2022 • LAUREN WINNEFELD
There's nothing quite like a heaping plate of hot chicken, and Indy has an assortment of restaurants that may be able to satisfy your craving.

IndyFringe Festival Returns to Downtown Indianapolis

AUGUST 16, 2021 • DAWN OLSEN
For years, the IndyFringe Festival has celebrated both emerging and established performers and theatre companies. This year, the festival features 50 different productions and 319 performers. Here's the brass tacks on how to get tickets and what to expect at the festival overall.

Can't Miss Destinations of the Bottleworks District

AUGUST 5, 2021 • CHERIE LOWE
Whether you have an hour or days to spend, this is your guide to the many dining, shopping, and entertainment options of the Bottleworks District of Mass Ave.

Where to Find #LoveIndy Decor and Gifts

JULY 25, 2021 • JESSICA YOUNG
These unique and fun shops have all of the #LoveIndy goods you'll never knew you needed! Find the perfect souvenirs and gifts to keep or share.

Best Places to Wine and Dine with a View of Indy

MAY 5, 2021 • JESSICA YOUNG
Indy has a wide of variety of dining options that offer food and drinks for every palate and budget while also providing a noteworthy view.

Visit These Larger-Than-Murals in Downtown Indianapolis

JANUARY 4, 2021 • DAWN OLSEN
Indianapolis has gotten more colorful over the past few years, thanks to a number of public art projects. It would take days – literally – to explore all of the city’s public art. But it would only take an afternoon to visit these four larger-than-life murals. 

Shop Small this Saturday on Mass Ave

NOVEMBER 25, 2020 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
With a wide selection of local shops participating in Small Business Saturday along Mass Ave, you can get ahead of the holiday shopping and support your favorite Indy stores.

Get R&R at These Downtown B&Bs

OCTOBER 28, 2020 • DAWN OLSEN
You don’t have to go away to get away. Downtown Indianapolis is home to several bed & breakfasts that are perfect for a relaxing staycation. If you’re itching to “do something” or are cautious about traveling out of the city, consider staying at one of these cozy inns.

New Football-Bowling Game Opens at Circle City Industrial Complex

SEPTEMBER 23, 2020 • DAWN OLSEN
"Fowling" first appeared at the Indianapolis 500 a few years ago. Now, thanks to Fowling Warehouse, the combo football-bowling game is back in Indy and settling into the Circle City Industrial Complex.

My New Favorite Indy Find: Indy Fused Glass Class

JULY 6, 2020 • MORGAN SNYDER
Every time I visit the Circle City Industrial Complex (mostly to pick up a pint of LICK Ice Cream), I find something new. My latest trip this past Saturday, continued to prove the validity of that statement, but I might even go as far to say this is one of my best finds yet.

Let Your Creativity Flow: DIY Experiences in Indy

MARCH 5, 2020 • VICTORIA SMITH
You’ve visited Monument Circle and made your way to some of the city’s best restaurants, and now it’s time to let your creativity flow. Indy has tons of ways to get involved in do-it-yourself art while enjoying the company of friends and family.

Five Instagrammable Foods in Indy

NOVEMBER 18, 2019 • KERRY CRON
Foodies: come one, come all! These are the most "Instagrammable" restaurants and dishes in the city you don't want to miss.

Get Ready for IBE Summer Celebration

JULY 2, 2019 • MIKE GILLIS
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.

Pet-Friendly Eateries in Indianapolis

JULY 1, 2019 • MIKE GILLIS
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!

Eleven Ways to Celebrate Stranger Things 3 in Indy

JUNE 24, 2019 • MEGAN STANBROUGH
Ever wanted to sit in a hotel room and watch your favorite Netflix show all night? What if that room was decorated in the theme of that show? In honor of Stranger Things’ third season coming out July 4th, Indianapolis is doing just that with Eleven Ways to Celebrate Stranger Things 3 in Indy.

Indianapolis Ballet Debuts Immersive New Showcase

NOVEMBER 2, 2018 • BRITTAN SEMLER
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.

2018: A Look Ahead

DECEMBER 27, 2017 • MORGAN SNYDER
When Condé Nast Traveler said we’re one of ‘6 US Cities to Watch in 2017’, they were right. And keep watching, my fellow travelers, because 2018 will be nonstop fun. Here’s a quick look at what I’m most excited about in 2018.

Year in Review: Indy in the News

DECEMBER 5, 2017 • MORGAN SNYDER
Not only did Indy rack up top accolades like “Best Places to Travel in 2017” from powerhouse travel authorities like Travel + Leisure, but Indy’s story on our growing food scene, attractive niche neighborhoods, impressive trail scene and our top-tier family friendly destinations grabbed the attention of media from around the country. Here’s our top ten list of articles you may have seen about our favorite city from this past year (consider this our humble brag and reason for you to read them one more time):

Small Business Saturday

NOVEMBER 18, 2017 • MIKE GILLIS
Indy has a community of people who support everything local – restaurants, retail stores, breweries, food trucks, and more. This Saturday, November 25 aims to extend that community and encourage all to Shop Small and Shop Local.

Five Ways to Explore Mass Ave Before Summer Ends

AUGUST 8, 2017 • MIKE GILLIS
Before summer is over, sit in the sun with a bowl of ice cream, walk down Mass Ave, and explore the different shops, eat at one of the many restaurants, or ride a bike from one end to the other.

Cheers to Vonnegut with Hotel Tango

MARCH 1, 2017 • SETH JOHNSON
2017 marks 10 years since Vonnegut passed away, and Visit Indy is celebrating with a “Cheers to Vonnegut” campaign. As a part of this campaign, 11 bartenders in the city have created Vonnegut-inspired cocktails to be featured on their respective menus for six weeks throughout winter and spring. This week I clinked glasses with Ethan Rogers at Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery.

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