The Midwest’s third largest city (after Chicago and Detroit), the sister city of German Cologne, and Indianapolis SVG, the capital of Indiana, is the country’s major industrial, financial, and commercial center.
Indianapolis SVG is well known among tourists, primarily for its historical sights. By the way, the official version of the history of the name of the state and its main city is very simple. The land here was inhabited by Indians, hence the Indiana, i.e. “Indian land”.
There is no problem finding a suitable restaurant here – the state capital is full of cafes, bistros, restaurants offering a choice of clients and pizza sandwiches, and “haute couture” dishes from chefs. For a quick snack or a budget lunch, Chocolate Cafe, Rene’s Bakery, 96th Street Burgers and Asian cuisine can be enjoyed at Thai Cafe, Side Wok Cafe, India Garden or Shalimar. And sophisticated gourmets are always welcome at the Corner Wine Bar, P.F. Chang’s.
By the way, many establishments prepare dishes specially for vegetarians.
There are a lot of coffee shops and pubs in the city. For example, you can enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee at Cornerstone Coffee, Mo’Joe Coffee House, Hubbard & Cravens Coffee Co or Lazy Daze Coffee House, and have a cocktail or a glass or two of good wine at Bourbon Street Distillery, 501 Eagle, Union Jack Pub and Easley Winery.