534 Virginia Ave (317) 986 5131
Housed in what was once a mechanic’s garage, Milktooth (pictured above) serves all-day brunch, six days a week. The quirky restaurant is known for its Modbar coffee station, boozy beverages and delectable dishes like Dutch baby pancakes and Korean bbq fried chicken wings served on charming mismatched plates.
INDIANAPOLIS CULTURAL TRAIL (317) 653 1948
PACERS BIKESHARE, station at 2 W. Washington St (317) 653 1947
For an up-close-and-personal exploration of Indy, hop on a complimentary Conrad cruiser or rent from the city’s bike share and experience the Cultural Trail. The eight-mile loop winds through Downtown neighborhoods showcasing landmarks and public art.
2503 N. Delaware St (317) 924 4944
In addition to a full-service butcher counter and a wine selection, Goose the Market also offers a daily selection of sandwiches, soups, gelato, and small plates with the meat sourced from small Indiana farms. Pop in for The Goose sandwich, made with prosciutto rossa, basil, fresh mozzarella and extra virgin olive oil.
50 W. Washington St., sixth floor (317) 524 2575
After a busy morning on the town, unwind at the oasis of Evan Todd Salon & Spa. Located on the 6th floor of the Conrad Indianapolis and considered among in-the-know locals as a hidden gem, Evan Todd is right at your soon-to-be perfectly manicured fingertips. Save time for a dip in the indoor pool as the afternoon light shines in.
127 S. Illinois St, (317) 635 0636
Mention St. Elmo Steak House and you’re bound to get a response that details the restaurant’s famous firey shrimp cocktail. Rich with history, St. Elmo is an eatery that is synonymous with the circle city.
608 Massachusetts Ave, (317) 631 333
Hidden in a subterranean space in the trendy “Mass Ave” neighborhood, Libertine Liquor Bar is the epitome of craft cocktail joints – with an ever-changing menu to back it up. Brick walls, dim lighting and experienced servers (think of them as your “spirit” guides) make Libertine an ideal location for post-dinner drinks.