Have you heard of Indy’s Cultural Districts? If not, then you really need to familiarize yourself. There are six districts in the city that offer a unique atmosphere for food, entertainment and more.
A few weekends ago we spent the afternoon in Fountain Square (and it is quickly becoming one of my favorite places in town!). We were meeting my in-laws for lunch and an activity – duckpin bowling. We scoured their website for the perfect place to eat … not an easy task with all the area has to offer and ended up at B’s Po Boy based on a recommendation from a neighbor.I wish I could insert a picture of our wonderful food. Oops … forgot to take it. But, suffice it to say it as delicious. My husband got the biscuits and gray. While on the spicy side it was delicious. My in-laws and I each ordered a full sandwich and decided to sample each others. We went with fried shrimp, chipped beef and andouille sausage. Scrumptious.
Then off to duckpin bowling a few blocks down. The Fountain Square Theater Building is home to restaurants, duckpin bowling and event space. A cool rehabbed apartment space, it is unique and certainly doesn’t lack character. And it is just plain fun!After all that bowling, we needed to cool off with some dessert – Cultured Swirl it was. Again a short walk and they offered a fun atmosphere complete with swings and a back patio! Also worth a mention is the fountain Square Library Branch. Even if you aren’t a resident you can still peruse the books.Next on our agenda … rent from the Indy Bike Share program and make our way through the cultural districts in a day.
For more information on the cultural districts, be sure to check them out here and for other events and attractions be sure to Visit Indy.