Travel

Bottleworks Hotel Indianapolis

This post was sponsored by Bottleworks Hotel, but all thoughts and opinions about my stay and the hotel are my own. What an amazing addition to Mass Ave! This gorgeous art deco inspired boutique hotel was modeled after the old Coca-Cola Bottling plant from the 1930s. The original building, which sat where the hotel is now, was once the world’s largest Coca-Cola Bottling Plant, producing over 2 million bottles of the popular soft drink PER […]

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Food

Yanni’s Golden Gyros

Sometimes the best restaurants are the hole in the wall places you’d never think to stop at. Yanni’s Golden Gyros on Indianapolis’ west side is getting lots of buzz lately because they were ranked as one of the best restaurants in the country by Yelp users. I’m not one to pass up Greek food, so we headed over there one Friday night to see what all the fuss was about. And after having one of […]

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Books, Featured Posts, Travel

Literary Themed Spots You NEED to Visit in Indianapolis

When you think about Indianapolis, you probably think about the Indianapolis 500 or the Colts. Maybe only cornfields come to mind. We are a “flyover” state after all. However, if you’re a punk ass book jockey like me, then you’re probably seeking out bookish related things in each city you visit. Well, I’m here to tell you that Indianapolis has got it going on when it comes to literary spots you should check out. Here […]

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Lifestyle

Carmel Christkindlmarkt

In the spirit of traditional German Christmas Markets, the city of Carmel has created a lovely outdoor space to bring all the holiday food, music, drink and gifts to Indiana! Carmel’s Christkindlmarkt is open through December 24th, so you still have some time to visit! It’s a perfect spot for families, a girls day with friends or even date night. I went with my friend Bree and we had a great time watching everyone ice […]

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Food

Farm Society in Anderson, Indiana

Anderson, Indiana is a small town a little over an hour north of Indianapolis. There’s not a lot to do or see there, however my grandparents lived there for most of my childhood, so I have lots of memories of summers and holidays spent in the town until they decided to move down to our area of the state. I haven’t been back much since they moved, but Hanson was playing at the casino up […]

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