Heed these words of wisdom when venturing into this bustling downtown emporium filled with your neighbors and community members who all contribute to the traditions of the Historic Indianapolis City Market since 1821.
Slow down and step back in time with a stroll through our renovated historic landmark.
Come for Breakfast
The Crockpot is on at U-Relish Farm during Bicentennial Bazaar, reoccurring on Saturday’s till April 2nd, 2016. Try a vegan sample of Hot Rice Pudding made with coconut milk.
Visit during Breakfast Circle City Soups has a gourmet experience in short order. Don’t miss Dossaint Day at Circle City Sweets this once a month treat trumps any donut. Sweetheart sugar cookies are available for Valentine’s celebration and Chef Cindy Hawkins will customize for that personal touch for your beloved.
Best Restaurant, by Nuvo readers is featured at City Market, Three Carrots are a sweet alternative for those who don’t want dairy or eggs. The vegan biscuits and gravy give comfort food a new meaning.
Acai Bowls and smoothies are just what you need from Juice Twenty Two, but the Shasta La Vista will induce your tendencies towards the green juice.
Mambos has fried potatoes and eggs.
3 days in Paris is a feast for your eyes as they make a savory or sweet crepe, they also offer Intelligentsia Coffee.
Miles Square Roastry is our newest tenant at market, expect high quality coffee beans and beverages.
Three stores to get coffee from Just Cookies is the most affordable, Fair Trade and organic available at 3 Days in Paris, and if you need syrup or an ice cream then CATH coffee is your destination.