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Fountain Square Food Tour

Fountain Square Food Tour
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$68
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

Fountain Square served as the southside's primary commercial corridor since the 1860's. Its laid back atmosphere, beautifully designed buildings and accessibility made it a popular neighborhood for decades. In the early 20th century, the neighborhood had more theaters than any part of Indianapolis, and became an important cultural destination.

Fountain Square has recently seen a rapid transformation to a neighborhood with unique restaurants, and trendy art galleries located in renovated buildings. The Fountain Square Food Tour will give you an in-depth look at the area and its surroundings; from humble beginnings to grandeur, rapid decline to resurgence. We will enjoy food from long standing institutions, and hip new destinations.

Meet your guide and enjoy our Indianapolis food walking tour that will take you on a journey that explores the commercial corridor bordering two of the earliest and most historic neighborhoods, Lockerbie and Chatham Arch.

Fountain Square served as the southside's primary commercial corridor since the 1860's. Its laid back atmosphere, beautifully designed buildings and accessibility made it a popular neighborhood for decades. In the early 20th century, the neighborhood had more theaters than any part of Indianapolis, and became an important cultural destination. Fountain Square has recently seen a rapid transformation to a neighborhood with unique restaurants, and trendy art galleries located in renovated buildings. 

The Food Tour may include the following culinary highlights: Housemade Greek Specialties, Local Meade and Cider Tasting, Homemade BBQ, Thai Specialties and French Dessert. This tour will allow you to get a sneak peek of history, culture, architecture and taste local food of the Fountain Square area. 

Fountain Square served as the southside's primary commercial corridor since the 1860's. Its laid back atmosphere, beautifully designed buildings and accessibility made it a popular neighborhood for decades. In the early 20th century, the neighborhood had more theaters than any part of Indianapolis, and became an important cultural destination.

Fountain Square has recently seen a rapid transformation to a neighborhood with unique restaurants, and trendy art galleries located in renovated buildings. The Fountain Square Food Tour will give you an in-depth look at the area and its surroundings; from humble beginnings to grandeur, rapid decline to resurgence. We will enjoy food from long standing institutions, and hip new destinations.