Indianapolis Days Inn & Suites Castleton

8275 Craig Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46250, United States
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Restaurants

by rnj1

My wife and I will be visiting Indy June 13-16 and would like some info on good and reasinably priced restaurants. We will be staying downtown but will have a car. I would appreaciate any help you could give.

Re: Restaurants

by Cait4621

I live 10 minutes south of downtown Indy. The downtown area is great because you can find anything from Steak 'N Shake to Ruth Chris. Some nice restaurants that run about $12-15 a person in the downtown area are:

Houlihan's- 111 W Maryland St
Jillian's- 141 S Meridian St (very fun)
Acapulco Joe's- 365 N. Illinois St ( mexican)
Champps-49 W. Maryland St. (sports theme)-attached to Circle Centre Mall
P.F. Chang's China Bistro- 49 Maryland St. (really nice atmosphere, great prices. if you like Chinese, this is awesome)

Those are just some of my favorites. There are a ton of reasonable places downtown. If you want to know anything else about Indy, don't hesitate to contact me.
Have a great trip! -Caitlin

Re: Restaurants

by erudisel

There are a number of fine restaurants in Indy. I worked in the restaurant industry downtown for several years, and there are gems that are less-visited but great values. Some are listed below. If you want any other specifics, email me. I don't think there is a downtown restaurant I haven't been to.

Bistro Tchopstix - sushi: great place since the new owner took over. New York St. and Illinois St.

St. Elmo's - steak: not cheap, but worth every penny. Every Indy native has been there at least once. Capitol Ave.

Bosphorus - Turkish: great value off the beaten path. Super friendly service and great care taken with the food. S. East Street. (near Eli Lilly)

El Parral - Mexican: this is an authentic Mexican restaurant/cantina. It helps if you speak spanish, as most of the clientele are Mexican. The servers all speak English though. Great value. S. East Street (near Eli Lilly and Bosphorus)

these are just a few, the list goes on and on, but I always prefer to patronize the independently operated restaurants. Others to check out would be Agio, R Bistro, Oceanaire, etc...

RE: Restaurants

by crimcrop

Aside from many elegant restaurants such as the Scholar's Inn, Dunaways, Agio, Oceanaire, Elements, etc. Indianapolis has many ethnic restaurants to try.

There is a good website at www.indyethnicfood.com for reviews of Indianapolis ethnic restaurants.

Travel Tips for Indianapolis

Go downtown!! I remember when...

by descolada99

Go downtown!! I remember when I was growing up that the Indy downtown was barren and empty. Nothing to do there at all. But now, all within walking distance, you can: See a AAA baseball game, see an NFL game, see an NBA game, go to Hard Rock Cafe, go to one of the biggest malls in the midwest, see some of the largest war memorials in the country, go to a selection of great restaurants and clubs, and just take a walk in a beautiful city. All without having to drive around. I grew up here, so there's alot of fond memories. Probably the best growing up, my family would always go to Pole Day qualifications for the Indy 500. If you're in town in May, you MUST go out to the track and check out the happenings.

Indianapolis has nice...

by Ky_Happy_Dad

Indianapolis has nice municipal parks. See http://www.indygov.org/indyparks. We liked a review someone had written in the local newspaper about the Holliday park. We spent a few hours exploring its nature trails,its architectural display called 'the ruins' and the good playground equipment for young kids, plus it had a nature center, that was closed on Monday, the day we visited.

One word of caution, the park looked safe and a lot of families were enjoying the facilities, but someone had broken into a vehicle in the parking lot near the playground when we arrived by breaking a window. This was in the early afternoon in bright daylight. I would take care not to take purses or valuables and leave them where someone could break in and get them.

Other parks lookd great for hiking, rollerblading, or boating, or golfing. If you are planning a trip to Indianapolis to see the children's museum and have extra time, check out the IndyParks web page for a park nearby where you are staying.

Margaritas & Nachos - Yum!

by Kiisu about Cancun Mexican Restaurant

My family's home cooking! However, in lieu of that, go to Carmel, just north of Indianapolis, there's a friendly mexican restaurant. I believe it's the Cancun Mexican restaurant, 511 S. Range Line St. Typical mexican restaurant with a friendly staff, tasty food and drinks, and live music occasionally.

Eitlejorg Museum

by FoxWMulder

The Eitlejorg museum is a museum about Indian life. Indian art, artifacts, etc. I believe it is fairly new, though many things in Indy are. It's not too bad, though bring an interest, as it doesn't grab your attention as being incredibly cool. All the same, I enjoyed it.

Clark Statue at Monument Circle

by grkboiler

At the northwest corner of Monument Circle sits the George Rogers Clark statue by John H. Mahoney.

Clark (1752-1818) was a general who protected settlers from the British and Indians. His brother, William, was of Lewis and Clark fame.

The plaque reads:

General George Rogers Clark. Conqueror of the Country Northwest of the River Ohio from the British. 1778-9.

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Address: 8275 Craig Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46250, United States