Exploring Circle City
Whether you have lived in Indianapolis for decades, for months, or are looking to move here now, there are many hotspots to visit. Indianapolis offers excellent choices for dining, retail, and entertainment. If you live in midtown apartments like Williamsburg North, then you are in an ideal location to explore everything the city has to offer. Check out these top spots!
The Fashion Mall at Keystone has a lot to offer an enthusiastic shopper. It features over 100 stores and restaurants and specializes in luxury brands. You can visit the Apple store, Crate & Barrel, Michael Kors, Pandora, Tiffany & Co., and many more. There are a lot of surrounding restaurants and other retail spaces, so it’s extra convenient if you live in apartments near Keystone Avenue or other main roads.
When you want a more eclectic and intimate shopping experience, you can visit Broad Ripple Village. Explore boutiques, resale stores, and artisan shops for one-of-a-kind finds. Many shops and restaurants are situated in historic homes that have been converted into retail spaces. There are also specialty food shops and the nearby Indianapolis Art Center where you can take art classes.
The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel offers a diverse selection of performances for you to enjoy. There are live theater performances, including musicals and stand-up comedy workshops. You can enjoy classical music and string performances. They also offer a variety of classes for multiple age ranges, so there’s something for everyone.
The Old National Centre is another arts hub in Indianapolis. It draws in some huge touring groups, including productions of Broadway musicals. They also welcome well-known bands and some smaller groups. You can enjoy concerts, comedy performances, and more. You can even rent some of the smaller spaces for your own events. They have three different spaces to accommodate all kinds of groups.
#5: The Jazz Kitchen
For a unique and intimate live music experience, you can visit The Jazz Kitchen in Broad Ripple. They feature live jazz performances that include contemporary jazz artists as well as tributes to jazz legends. The Jazz Kitchen is also a restaurant and lounge, so you can choose whether to keep your experience focused on the music or enjoy a more intimate meal while you listen to the performance over the sound system.
#6: The Rathskeller
The Rathskeller has been an Indianapolis staple for years. You can enjoy traditional German fare in this historic building. Its interior is packed with fun flair and beautiful old architecture. They also have an outdoor Biergarten and have live music performances. It’s a fun experience for everyone for lunch or dinner, and they have a kids’ menu.
Good Morning Mama’s is a breakfast/lunch/brunch hotspot just south of Broad Ripple. It has 1950s-style decorations and murals and an extensive menu to choose from. The building has its own unique history. It was once an old filling station that the owners converted into a restaurant. It fills up fast on weekends, so be sure to arrive plenty early to get a seat and enjoy some excellent food.
Indianapolis has a lot to offer, and Williamsburg North keeps you close to it all. We are located in a great neighborhood that is situated near multiple main roads through the city, including Allisonville Road, Binford Boulevard, and Keystone Avenue. In fact, you can get to all 7 hotspots listed above in about 20 minutes or less when you live at Williamsburg North. Are you ready to take a tour and learn more? Then reach us at (317)-648-5854.