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Five of the best places to stay in Indianapolis

by AmyLynch 3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago

Five of the best places to stay in Indianapolis

If you find yourself overnighting in Indy, you’ll quickly discover that the Circle City offers a number of distinctive hotels in which to rest your weary head. Here are five of our favourite places to stay in Indianapolis.

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Where to see the best contemporary art in IndianapolisIndiana’s capital city offers much more than auto racing and Hoosier Hospitality; it’s also becoming quite a hotbed for contemporary art venues. Here are the best places to see contemporary art in Indianapolis.

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A neighbourhood guide to Indianapolis’ Broad Ripple VillageOffering a dynamic collection of boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, nightlife and recreation, Indianapolis’ Broad Ripple Village is one of the city’s most beloved neighbourhoods.

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Indianapolis’ White River State ParkSkirting the western edge of downtown, Indianapolis’ White River State Park is a one-stop destination loaded with opportunities to educate, explore, exercise and simply enjoy.

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A toast to Indiana wine

by AmyLynch June - last edited September

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No disrespect to California, but Indiana actually lays claim to the first commercial wine-producing region in the United States, founded back in the early 1800s. These days, Indiana wine is alive and well with prolific operations scattered across the state offering award-winning products and memorable tasting experiences. 

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Chef Micah Frank’s guide to eating out in IndianapolisNot many people are more in tune with the Indianapolis food scene than Chef Micah Frank. After working at restaurants within the city and in Washington D.C. (and also traveling through Europe), Micah Frank has happily settled into his role as chef and operating partner at Black Market, a casual, classy eatery at the north end of the vibrant Mass Ave Cultural District. Here, Chef Micah Frank shares some insights about Indy’s dining landscape.

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