7 Best Patios in Indy for Spring & Summer
One of the best things about Indy in the spring and summer are the many patios that open up. Whether you prefer to enjoy a romantic meal or get together with friends for a drink, there are several great restaurant patios throughout Indianapolis. ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 17, 2017 in Local Indy
Indy Food Trucks: Feed the Hunger
Feed the hunger at your local Indy Food Truck and sample the goodness.
Food Trucks have become a regular site in Downtown Indianapolis, especially during the lunch hour. Feasting on your favorite meal or treat while enjoying the summer days ...
Posted by Paula Henry on June 26, 2016 in Local Indy
Indy's Best Local Grinds for the Perfect Cup of Coffee
For the Coffee-lover: Indy’s Local Grinds
For many coffee lovers, functioning properly without their morning cup of Joe is too tall an order. Brewing coffeein the morning can feel like an art for some, but for others it’s a way of life. ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 5, 2015 in Local Indy
Perfect Indianapolis Date Night Ideas for Empty Nesters
Your empty nest may come furnished with a variety of emotions: relief, sadness, joy, loneliness, excitement.
This time of life can feel quiet one moment, and extremely busy and fulfilling the next. You might be selling your home or moving to a ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 22, 2015 in Home and Family
Where to Find Prom Essentials in Indy
Many high school girls dream of their Prom nights, which includes the perfect dress (among other details). Prom season is right around the corner. So if you're searching for your gown and other prom essentials, Indianapolis has an abundance of ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 8, 2015 in Local Indy
Delicious and Beautiful: Wedding Cakes in Indy
When you think of a wedding, there are certain elements that likely pop into your mind: a white dress, a bouquet toss, and the cake. Gone are the days where a simple white sheet cake will do. These days, there are no holds barred when it comes to ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 3, 2015 in Local Indy
Rosie's: A Place to Belong
Idyllic. Just there, on the town square, between the coffee shop and the antique shop, across from the courthouse whose high peak is heavy with time. Tucked in among many faces, like a middle sibling, sits Rosie's Place.
It is ...
Posted by Paula Henry on December 16, 2014 in Local Indy
Breads, Sweets, and Pastries: Indy's Best Bakeries
We LOVE pastries here at Home to Indy! And don't get us started on donuts. Sweet bread, fruit pies, brownies, cakes and cookies? Yes, please. (What's not to love?)
Thankfully, Indianapolis has a plethora of amazing places to satisfy our sweet tooths....
Posted by Paula Henry on December 14, 2014 in Local Indy
Groceries Delivered to Your Door? Yes Please!
I can remember a time in my life when I loved to grocery shop. But that time was a little long while ago, during my first and second year of college, and it looked a little like this; Being single and young, with a bit of money and a bit of time, I ...
Posted by Paula Henry on December 9, 2014 in Local Indy
Vive La Vintage: Indy Edition
Whether you are shopping vintage for it’s laudable “up cycled” nature or because of it’s history and charm or just because you are looking to have a truly unique look for (often) a great bargain, vintage has never been more ...
Posted by Paula Henry on December 2, 2014 in Local Indy
I Scream, You Scream: Indy's Best Ice Cream
Even as the weather gets cooler, I'm all too eager to indulge in one of my favorite frozen treats: ice cream! Whether it’s a trip for the entire family or just rewarding yourself by indulging your sweet tooth, there’s certainly nothing ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 18, 2014 in Local Indy
Pogue's Run Grocer: A Local Gem
In past posts, I’ve referenced my love of all things local, from local business to local art, but among the things I am most enthusiastic about is the idea of local food. This makes such good sense - if you can eat food that hasn’t ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 4, 2014 in Local Indy
Local Shops: Gift Giving at Its Finest
Here at Home to Indy, we love supporting the locals—local artists, local restaurants, and local shops. If you happen to be new to the area or haven’t done much exploring, you may not have stumbled on some of these gems. Whether you're ...
Posted by Paula Henry on October 19, 2014 in Local Indy
Indianapolis Gluten Free Restaurants Sure to Please Your Taste Buds
Restaurants abound here in Indianapolis, and we love to partake of them - from local joints to national chains. If you're new to the area and happen to be gluten free, then you know how difficult it can be to eat out.
One of the most ...
Posted by Paula Henry on October 5, 2014 in Local Indy
Beefy Goodness: The Best Burgers in Indianapolis
On crisp Fall days, we love to grill out - especially burgers. (Hopefully those of you with new homes are also enjoying this part of home ownership as well!) But there are also days that we just don't feel like cooking, so we opt to go out. With so ...
Posted by Paula Henry on September 28, 2014 in Local Indy
Hot, Fresh & On the Go: Indianapolis Food Trucks
The idea of eating food made out of the back of a vehicle may sound a little shady. But food trucks are more popular than ever, especially here in Indianapolis. Whether you're new to the area or looking to move soon, you'll definitely want to check ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 6, 2014 in Local Indy
Local Indy at Calvin Fletchers Coffee Company
What happens when the mission of a business is community over wealth, when the people who come through the doors are what matter the most to the people who own the establishment? What happens is that an unassuming little coffee shop becomes the ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 27, 2014 in Local Indy
Shop these local Indianapolis stores on Black Friday (or the holidays)
Black Friday is a strange, uniquely American sort of holiday. A celebration of ... shopping? There has been a growing backlash against Black Friday over the past few years. Some say the day is an empty idealization of consumerism and materialism, ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 24, 2013 in Local Indy
Off the Real Estate Path
I’ve said it before, talking about real estate all the time is boring. Still, the whole purpose of this platform is to educate others about Indianapolis, real estate…..and of course, provide a few random thoughts along the way. In my ...
Posted by Paula Henry on October 29, 2008 in Local Indy
Indianapolis Real Estate and Business News
Real Estate and Business News for Indianapolis ~ Nov. 18–23. 2007
The Legends District SoDo – While the South side of Downtown Indianapolis is ripe for a facelift and expansion of the city, will the incentives be too costly to carry ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 23, 2007 in Community News