Quality Inn And Suites Airport

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2631 South Lynhurst Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46241, United States
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Cheap Eats In Dowtown Indy

by Cambat

Does anyone know of good and cheap places to eat in Downtown Indy. Primarily around the Convention Centre. All styles of eatery welcomed. Thanks.

RE: Cheap Eats In Dowtown Indy

by crimcrop

Basey's Downtown Grill at 419 S. West Street is right next to the Convention Center and is a good value. On the other side of downtown (about a mile away), Aesop's Tables at 600 Massachusetts offers good, healthy fare at a good price. Bazbeaux's Pizza is very good and just a few blocks down the street at 300 Massachusetts. MacNivens at 399 Massachusetts Ave. is open late and offers good food,along with a wide selection of Scottish beer. Bistro Tchopstix offers good Asian cuisine and is closer to the Convention Center at 251 N. Illinois. India Garden Restaurant is close-by at 143 N. Illinois--it offers an extensive vegetarian cuisine along with traditional Indian fare. Bourbon Street Distillery is not far away and offers Cajun cuisine at 316 Indiana Avenue. Greek Islands Restaurant is a little farther away at 906 S. Meridian. Of course, there are several good chain restaurants, mostly around the mall which is right in the center of downtown just a few block from the Convention Center. There are also many very elegant restaurants, which cost quite a bit more than the ones I have mentioned, Ocenaire (30 South Meridian) is one example, but you indicated you wanted cheap places to eat.

Travel Tips for Indianapolis

Right place at the right time...

by Cabana_Boy

Indy has a lot of bars and I have been to more than my fair share of them...and...well...I like to hang out and drink. But there's not a lot to do in Central Indiana other than hang out and drink...and since I grew here I guess that's why I like to hang out and drink. The four years I spent living in downtown Indy were great. It was directly after college and many of my favorite college friends were living downtown as well.

Also, Indianapolis seemed to be on the same level with us. It seemed that living downtown was something special back in those days. Downtown bars and restaurants weren't crowd and felt genuinely local. And some of the more popular bars today (2002) were virtually unknown or had recently opened to an underground audience. It was just a good time spent with great friends.

I love farmers markets!!!

by staindesign

To begin with, I think farmers markets are great! They give local people an opportunity to buy from local farmers. It is very important to support the local economy, why would want to buy corn from Iowa when there is plenty in Indiana? I have been to 2 here in Indianapolis, one at 62nd and Allisonville Rd. (open March-2nd wk. October) and the one downtown at City Market on Market St. (open Wednesdays: June-October). Right now it is fall and they have the craziest things, some of the gurds are just for decoration they told me. I was wondering because I wouldn't want to eat those, and i surely don't know how I would prepare it!

Plus, this is a great opportunity to mingle with locals and buy some healthy food if you are on a budget travel!

The link that I have included is to all of the farmers markets in Indiana with locations and open times.

My favorite restraunt is The...

by BizzareLove

My favorite restraunt is The Parthenon ... classic greek food in the heart of Indy's arsty village called Broad Ripple or Mark Pi's for great Japanese food I love all different styles of cuisine... French, Mexican, Greek, Chinese, and most of all Japanese - or more specific Sushi

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument

by grkboiler

The monument at Monument Circle is called the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument. This is one of the most impressive monuments in the US. It was commissioned in 1887 and finally dedicated on May 15, 1902. The architect was Bruno Schmitz of Germany.

The monument was built to commemorate all those who served in wars before WWI. It is made of Indiana Oolitic limestone and stands 284 ft. 6 in. (15 ft. shorter than the Statue of Liberty). 330 steps lead to an observation deck (or the convenience an elevator if you choose).

Every December since 1962, the monument is decorated as the "world's largest Christmas tree." The lower level of the monument holds the Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum.

See the following tips for more specific info.

Wholesale District

by sambarnett

Your traveling companions want to shop but you'd rather walk the streets and admire some fine buildings (or vice versa)? If it comes to that, head to the Wholesale District, bounded by Capitol Avenue, Maryland, Delaware and South Streets, south of the Circle Center mall. In addition to all kinds of "theme" restaurants, shops and other touristy distractions are over 50 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Constructed mainly between 1867 and 1930, Victorian and Terra Cotta splendor abounds.


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Address: 2631 South Lynhurst Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46241, United States