Home to six different cultural district’s Indy has a place for everyone – seriously.
Whether you want to go out for a craft beer, savor a farm-to-table dinner, rock out at a live show, shop local, or simply enjoy a stroll around the city, one of these neighborhoods will give you your fix.
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Put simply, Hoosiers love to eat good food – and in Indy, we’re all about the local cuisine.
From the famous shrimp cocktail at St. Elmo Steak House to authentic, local cuisine at Spoke & Steele to the creative morning fare at Milktooth – be ready to indulge.
Looking for a night out on the town? You’re in luck!
Less than half a mile from The Westin is the famous Georgia Street. Known for its Happy Hour Thursdays and Food Truck Fridays, this is one of downtown Indy’s most popular hangouts and is home to popular nightlife destinations including Howl at the Moon, Kilroy’s and The Pub.
Looking for something a bit more refined? Not a problem!
You see, in Indy craft cocktails are considered a form of art and a mixology is a science.