Indiana is basically a typical Midwestern state, with the cornfields or the highlands making up the terrain half by half. While the state is not very much populated outside of the Indianapolis metro area, there are still a lot of smaller towns that are totally worth paying a visit! Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, Carmel, Fishers, Bloomington, Hammond all have their own sights that can guarantee a sightseeing experience of a special kind.
AN ULTIMATE LIST OF THE CITY’S VENUES LOOKS LIKE THIS:
This contender, located at the city’s airport offers a wide choice of organic dishes, with a big emphasis put on vegetarian and gluten free meals…
St. Elmo Steak House
When visiting a typical farming Midwest state like Indiana, enjoying a steak and fried farm vegetables on the side would make perfect sense!
Being one of the oldest bars & restaurants in the city and serving as a main bootlegging venue during the Prohibition era, this one has a lot of beverages and burgers to offer!
A traditionally Italian deli place, also serving some Jewish desserts as well, Shapiro’s is by far the Indy’s top rated bakery of them all!
Good craft & draft beer, on par with incredible meat burgers and steaks, will make your visit worthwhile and yummy!