Nicknamed the “Crossroads of America,” Indianapolis presents a diverse blend of culture, sports, entertainment and history, all from a convenient Midwestern location within a day’s drive of half the U.S. population. Dubbed the racing capital of the world, here’s how to discover Indianapolis like a local.
In addition to Indy’s thriving restaurant scene, visitors will find a booming slate of microbreweries, all proudly pulling pints with good, old-fashioned Hoosier hospitality. Cheers!
Written by Amy Lynch
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About the author: AmyLynchAmy Lynch
Amy Lynch is a freelance writer and editor in Indianapolis, Ind., and has traveled extensively throughout the United States and western Europe. A member of the Midwest Travel Writers Association, Amy’s work has appeared in Delta Sky, the Chicago Tribune, Midwest Living, Indianapolis Monthly, Cincinnati Magazine and Draft.