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On Saturday morning with the downtown area hopping--and I mean hopping with a 5K run and once-a-year art market going on and a function on the upper floor--this place was D-E-A-D. We went for lunch hoping to score something really good and found half--and I...More
City Market in downtown Indianapolis is the perfect place for a quick in and out lunch. Lots of variety so groups/ families can choose their own thing. Most shops are only open for breakfast and lunch, but a few are open in the evening as...More
My son and I visited for lunch. There were a lot of great options, including a farmers and Amish market outside in the street. We got tamales from the tamale place, a chicken and a black bean and cheese one. They were amazing!!! Also we...More
A warehouse-like structure containing a large number of artisan craft and food booths. Limited evening options, but a superb place for lunch. Especially on one of the days the performance stage features regular noontime concerts by groups such as the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
It is great to see so many choices of food and delicatessen downtown Indianapolis, few minutes walk from the monument circle. I was a bit surprised to see a lot of shops closed on Saturday morning, didn't understand yet when is the best moment to...More
I came here on a Saturday afternoon after visiting the Indiana War Memorial. It is similar to Toronto’s hugely popular St. Lawrence Market except much less busy. There were people there but it wasn’t as busy as I was expecting. Not sure if it was...More
Apparently did not do our homework. Set out for the City Market from the Embassy Suites, a short walk on an average Spring day. Although, the are a number of vendors (primarily all food), many were closed for Good Friday or otherwise generally closed at...More