Archives for February 2012

Mass Ave’s The Best Chocolate In Town, Literally

Mmmmmmhhhh…. Chocolate! The Best Chocolate in Town is literally that, the best chocolate in Indianapolis. This locally owned and operated chocolate store hand-makes each bite of heaven they sell. From chocolate truffles to sea salt caramels and more adventurous flavors like the Sun King Wee Mac Truffle, the Best Chocolate in Town aims to make […]

Arts A Poppin’ Boutique on Mass Ave

Looking for a cool gift for that special someone? Want to support the local economy and Indianapolis artists? Head to Mass Ave’s Arts A Poppin’. This Indianapolis shopping boutique gives Hoosiers the chance to support the Indianapolis art scene by selling the wares of local artisans. Everything in the store is made by local, regional […]

Indianapolis Real Estate Market Improves in January, 2012

There were 5,528 Indianapolis houses for sale in January, 2.4 percent fewer, compared to the previous month’s total of 5,662. More importantly, this represents a 17-percent decrease versus January’s total of 6,660. This is a very positive direction for a market that suffers from an excess of inventory. Finally, the Indianapolis real estate market saw […]

YoguLatte: Yogurt and Coffee Cafe on Mass Ave

YoguLatte is the perfect place to find a pick-me-up on Mass Ave. This Indianapolis downtown yogurt and coffee bar offers a range of sweet and caffeinated treats to keep you going all afternoon long. Stop into YoguLatte in the Indianapolis cultural district, Mass Ave, for a delicious yogurt creation, a lovely latte or the YoguLatte, […]

Old Point Tavern: The Second Oldest Bar in Indy

As the second oldest bar in Indianapolis, Old Point Tavern has an incredible reputation for satisfying Hoosiers with good food, great drinks and fantastic times. Old Point Tavern has prime Indianapolis real estate on Mass Ave and Alabama Street. Julian Opie’s public art piece “Dancing Ann” proudly marks the point of Old Point Tavern, making […]

Mesh Restaurant on Mass Ave, Upscale Downtown Dining

Mesh Restaurant on Mass Ave offers Indianapolis people an upscale dining experience in the heart of Indianapolis downtown. Enjoy an extravagant dinner at Mesh then enjoy the culture of Mass Ave including theater at the Phoenix Theater, IndyFringe Theatre, Theatre on the Square and the Murat. Freshly prepared cuisine made with locally grown ingredients create […]

Mass Ave Wine Shoppe: Delicious Wines and Hearty Lunches

This upscale wine shop offers more than just red, white and blush. The Mass Ave Wine Shoppe is the place to go to plan your next soiree in Indianapolis, Indiana. With walls of delicious and unique wine choices, imported cheeses and meats, house made eats and delicious sandwiches, the Mass Ave Wine Shoppe has everything […]

Aesop’s Table, Greek Cuisine on Mass Ave

Aesop’s Table is a popular Greek cafe located in the Indianapolis cultural district, Mass Ave, catering to lunch time shoppers and the evening theater crowd. With a beautiful outdoor patio, Aesop’s Table is a popular warm weather destination. But in Winter, its easy to cozy up in their indoor dining room. This cozy cafe style […]

MacNiven’s Scottish American Restaurant and Bar

Located in the heart of the Indianapolis cultural district, Mass Ave, MacNiven’s is Indianapolis premiere Scottish dining and drinking experience. This cozy wee pub offers Scottish cuisine and American fare in a relaxed setting. In addition to a delicious menu, MacNiven’s boasts an impressive craft beer selection, a full bar and a nicely priced single […]

BRU on Mass Ave, Indianapolis’ Meaty Restaurant

The tradition of the burger is more than 100 years old. The most iconic American food, the burger is the sandwich of the everyman. BRU on Mass Ave, in Indianapolis downtown, honors Americana cuisine with an ode to the burger. BRU’s perspective: when paired with a beer, there is nothing better than a burger. Enjoy […]

Chatham Tap Restaurant and Pub on Mass Ave

Everyone needs a neighborhood pub. Whether you live downtown or not, you’ll always feel at home when visiting Chatham Tap Restaurant and Pub in Indianapolis downtown. With prime Indianapolis real estate in the Indianapolis cultural district Mass Ave, Chatham Tap is the go-to place for European sports fans. With an extensive beer list including a […]

The Chocolate Cafe on Monument Circle

Looking for a sweet treat in the heart of Indianapolis downtown? Look no further than the delectable confectionery cafe located on Monument Circle: Indianapolis’ own Chocolate Cafe. Located close to South Meridian Street across from the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in the heart of the Circle City, the Chocolate Cafe is the perfect place to […]

Harry and Izzy’s Restaurant in Downtown Indianapolis

An offshoot of Indianapolis’ famous St. Elmo’s Steakhouse, Harry and Izzy’s offers the same great menu in a casual and modern atmosphere. This Indianapolis downtown restaurant has a swank 1940s feel with an updated style. Perfect for a business lunch or a romantic dinner, Harry and Izzy’s offers thick steaks, world-famous shrimp cocktail and a […]

Sushi on the Rocks: Cold Sushi, Hot Nightlife Spot

Sushi on the Rocks takes the dining experience to the next level in Indianapolis downtown. This Indianapolis restaurant offers sushi, steaks and other entrees with a French twist. Settle into this swanky restaurant with vivid Eastern style decor with a modern take. Cozy up to the sushi bar or the cocktail bar, or enjoy an […]

The Tilted Kilt: Sexy Indianapolis Sports Bar

As the self-proclaimed “Best Looking Sports Pub You’ve Ever Seen,” the Tilted Kilt takes the Hooter’s mentality to a whole new level. Visitors to the Titled Kilt are greeted by scantily clad waitresses dressed in plaid, serving up cold drinks and good food. Now Indianapolis has its very first location of this national chain. With […]

Near Eastside Legacy Center Opens: Endowing Indy’s Eastside

While Super Bowl XLVI is already on the record books, the lasting legacy of hosting this national sporting event in Indianapolis continues to grow. Just two short days after the final pass was thrown at Lucas Oil Stadium, and the last beer was had on Georgia Street, the Near Eastside Legacy Center opens its doors […]

Continuing Education in Indy: Take a Class, Learn a Skill

As the weather turns glum, brighten your life with a new skill. From yoga or dance to cooking or writing and more, there are plenty of opportunities to become a student of the world. Discover a new hobby or hidden talent at these classes across Indianapolis education. Meet fellow writers at the Writer’s Center of […]

February Fun: Kid-Friendly Things to Do in Indianapolis

February is a month for love. Not just romantic love, but also familial love. Show your Indianapolis kids some love by enjoying any of these child-oriented Indianapolis events in February. From new exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to performances for kids at Clowes Memorial Hall, there are tons of ways to engage your […]

Christel House DORS Charter School

The Institute for a Competitive Workforce (Common Goal: Raising the High School Graduation Rate in Marion County, May 25, 2010) indicates “every hour during the school day, five kids will drop out of school in Marion County, Indiana.” More than 6,000 Marion County youth drop out of high school each year. According to the 2000 […]

The Downtown Super Bowl XLVI Celebration in Indy: A Sight to Behold

It was as if someone had opened the floodgates of tourism in downtown Indianapolis. As far as the eye could see there were people walking, talking, laughing, gazing, listening, swaying, applauding, playing, riding, eating, drinking, shopping and more. From the day it was announced that Super Bowl XLVI would come to Indy, it has been […]