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Midwestern Traveler installed in 1890 and even has bullet holes from gangster John Dillinger. And don’t forget the duckpin bowling! At the Fountain Square Theatre Building, visitors can take part in this old-fashioned pastime after visiting the local vinyl shops, restaurants and cafes. The city has plenty of newer things to do as well. Bluebeard, named after Indianapolis native Kurt Vonnegut’s novel, uses books to inspire the restaurant’s theme—checks are given out in old library books. Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts is known to frequent the restaurant. Another unique, new restaurant/bar is the Inferno Room. The Polynesian-themed bar features drinks like the Skull & Bones, Singapore Sling and The Fog of Thor and cuisine like fried plantains and Spam sliders. The bar also boasts more than 400 artifacts from Papa New Guinea, so there is always something to look at. Between meals, couples can take in the art at Newfields, the campus of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Featured Fountain Square Theatre Building

AN INDY SUMMER TRADITION

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INDIAN MARKET & FESTIVAL JUNE 22 & 23

One of the Midwest’s most unique and memorable cultural experiences is a short drive away. Experience Native cultures and shop for exquisite art from more than 100 Native artists. Enjoy performances, food, family activities and more at the Eiteljorg Museum, an Indianapolis treasure. Adult discount tickets at Eiteljorg.org (17 and under free June 22 and 23) SPONSORED BY:

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