1. People In Indianapolis Know Their City Is Juuuuust Right
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Ask anyone. It’s like Goldilocks. The city size is just right. Not too big, not too small.
2. The Colts Are Everyone’s Home Team, No Matter What
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Thatâs almost a given in Indianapolis, actually, especially when the team won the Super Bowl all those years ago. Even before their win, though, you wouldnât find a single Indianapolis resident never pitching their cheers for their faithful NFL football team.
Source: The Ball & Biscuit Facebook
It may not be a metropolitan giant, but it can sure still party with the best of them. Indianapolis natives will attest to that fact with hip lounges like âThe Ball & Biscuit, â the âLibertine Liquor Bar, â and the âRathskeller.â Letâs go, bartender. Bring me a beer.
4. The Neighborhoods Are Getting New Life
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Residents living in areas like Babe Denny, Bates-Hendricks, the Cole Noble Commercial Arts District, or Cottage Home can vouch for the beauty and charm. Theyâre not cookie-cutter houses. They have character. The best part, though? These countless homes and areas have been restored, and thatâs largely the crown jewel of Indianapolis.
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Trust me. The locals love this just as much as tourists do. Interestingly enough, though, this isnât your everyday ice cream joint. Itâs located right on the Monon Trail greenway in an old railway station. All aboard.
6. Everyone Thanks God For The Indianapolis 500
Can you imagine what residents there in Indianapolis would do if they didnât get their dose of hardcore racing? Theyâd go crazy. This national institution of rubber burning and tire screeching proves that Indianapolis, IN, residents are petrol patrons to the max.
7. Vegetarians Just Might Be Converted By The St. Elmo Steak House
This is the go-to for the people of Indianapolis when they get a hankering for steak and shrimp cocktails. And boy, are they lucky. This spectacle of fine cuisine is the real deal, nominated by the James Beard Foundation as one of their Americaâs Classic eateries.
8. People In Indy Go Back In Time At the Severin Bar
Many residents in Indianapolis love vintage spots that remind them of the good old days, much like the Hard Rock CafÃ© in Chicago. Here in Indianapolis, though, they get something even betterâa taste of 1933 with the pre-Prohibition style cocktails and flair for the times.
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