Indianapolis gets high praise from indyhub.org, which says it's one of the most affordable cities to live in, full of driven people making an impact on the community, and that "Indy is a sports town unlike any other."
Welcome to Indianapolis!
Indianapolis is a great location for Butler University and its students. The city offers students a plethora of internships and other professional or academic opportunities. In addition to these rewarding experiences, when students aren't planning their future careers, the city has plenty to offer during your free time.
This guide provides information on some of what Indianapolis has to offer Butler students and their family members. Use the sections, located at the top of the page, to navigate the guide.
Where To Eat from Visit Indy features soul food, bring-in, outdoor dining, donut shops, Farm-to-Table, food trucks, vegan and vegetarian, and steak restaurants. Eater provides 36 of the best local places to eat in the Indianapolis area. Do 317 shares different option for "diet-friendly" restaurants. Gluten Free diners have options too.
This isn't just local pride. Travel Channel and Food Network shows have filmed in Indianapolis, including Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives; Man vs. Food; Eat Street; Top 5 Restaurants; and The Best Thing I Ever Ate.
But if you prefer local sources, blogs such as Indy Restaurant Scene, yahoo's cool places to eat, and eater.com are a place to find restaurants that might not be on other lists. Open Table features the most booked restaurants in Indianapolis, with various lists for all of your dining needs. NUVO Newsweekly’s best of explorations include Indy’s new restaurants.
Visit Indy offers additional opinions on dining, shopping, nightlife, things to do, and more.
Here's how U.S. News and World Report rates the top 25 hotels in Indy based on location, price, and atmosphere.
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