Fountain Square is home to a diverse community of young professionals, blue collar families and artists with live/work options that are unique in the city. It's one of Indianapolis' most prominent areas for independent and creative people.
By day, the lunch scene is alive and well and growing. The area is also known for its art galleries and studios, as well as antique and specialty shops.
At night, Fountain Square is becoming the scene for the Indianapolis bohemian crowd of artists, musicians and patrons. Entertainment options include the one-of-a-kind Fountain Square Theatre featuring everything from duckpin bowling to summertime rooftop dining.
...And what the Locals know
Peppy Grill is open 24 hours for dining emergencies.
Fountain Square Theatre serves dinner on the roof on summer evenings with a great view of Downtown.
Fountain Square has some of the best independent restaurants in the city.
Fountain Square galleries offer the city's newest and most progressive venues for artists, writers, musicians and performers.
Radio Radio hosts some of the best independent music shows in the Midwest.
The Fountain Square Theatre is the place for Duckpin Bowling, unique dining options and swing dancing.
Santorini Greek Kitchen is one of Indy's best - and busiest - Greek restaurants.
Arthur's Music is a hangout for guitar players and other musicians.