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Fountain Square blossoms with creativity, as well as with plenty of food and music. With its urban vibe and many things to do, you better believe it is one of the best places to live in Indianapolis.
Pioneer is a uniquely American interpretation of the food of Northern Italy, Austria, Germany, and their Alpine neighbors. Pioneer features a seasonally rotating menu celebrating our local friends, and purveyors, as well as all meats in tube form.
With the unique, vibrant flavors and rare, rich aromas indigenous to a tropical climate, a visit to Siam Square carries you away to the exotic land of Thailand. At Siam Square, each dish is full of the delicate spices and rich ingredients found on the streets of Thailand.
Santorini Greek Kitchen
Santorini Greek Kitchen is an award-winning, independently-owned and family-operated authentic Greek restaurant located in Historic Fountain Square near downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. Chef and co-owner Taki Sawi takes great care in preparing our fresh and flavorful food each day.
Wildwood Market strives to bring you the freshest, most delicious local and seasonal produce, dairy, meat, cheese, and dry goods. We love these products, and hope you will, too!
Arthur's Music Store
The story of Arthur's Music, like the story of rock and roll, is about one generation passing down to the next... Arthur’s Music Store is an important ambassador for making music in Indianapolis and exemplifies the passion for making music that unites us all.
Lux & Ivy
Lux & Ivy is an independently owned boutique in Indianapolis, IN, specializing in alternative apparel, vintage clothing, and locally handmade goods.
Action & Atomic Duckpin Bowling
Restored as an original 1930's era duckpin bowling alley, Action Duckpin Bowl has eight lanes of duckpin bowling, a vintage billard table and seating for 110 guests in the cafe area.
The White Rabbit Cabaret
Located in the heart of Fountain Square, The White Rabbit Cabaret features an ever-changing calendar of live entertainment, hosting national and local musical headliners, cabaret and burlesque, stand-up and improv comedy, and movie screenings.
Thanks to the experience and expertise of owner David “Tufty” Clough (Toxic Reasons and Zero Boys), Radio Radio in Fountain Square is consistently one of the best live music venues in the city. Indy’s best play here alongside the bands you’ll be hearing a lot about next year.
The HI-FI is a 195 capacity concert venue located in the Murphy Art Center in Fountain Square that regularly hosts concerts, special events, and the Do317/MOKB Session Series. Hi-Fi is a 21+ venue with a nice selection of beer, bourbon, wine, and ciders. They are open during concerts and special events.
Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art
Founded in 2001 by a group of arts benefactors and enthusiasts, the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA) began as – and still remains – Indianapolis’ only museum dedicated solely to showing and advancing contemporary art.