Did you know that Indianapolis has some of the best food in the country and an internationally acclaimed biking and walking trail? You can experience it for yourself on any of the Indy Cultural Trail Food Tours offered each week. Here’s what you need to know:
Background on Indy Cultural Trail Food Tours:
Food and Wine Magazine has named Indianapolis one of America’s Favorite Food Cities, and the Cultural Trail is a great way to sample the local cuisine. The Trail is 8-miles long and connects all six of Indy’s Cultural Districts, running from Mass Ave to White River State Park and Fountain Square. Expert guides will tell you stories about local food stars, and fun facts about Indianapolis and the Cultural Trail. Meanwhile, you’ll be enjoying a menu from multiple James Beard-nominated restaurants and old and new Indy favorites including Amelia’s, Best Chocolate in Town, Bluebeard, Chilly Water, Circle City Soups and Sweets, City Market, Mimi Blues Meatballs, New Day Meadery, Pearings, Red Lion, Roosters, Saffron Cafe, Tortas, Union 50, and Wildwood.
Ticket Information for Indy Cultural Trail Food Tours:
You can choose from 3 walking tours, as well as a bicycle tour available from April through October. Walking tours focus on Fountain Square, Fletcher Place or Mass Ave. The current price is $55 per person and includes 5 to 8 restaurants depending on your selection. The bicycle tour starts and ends at City Market, and costs $75 for 7 restaurants, which also entitles you to a 24 day-pass for Pacers Bikeshare. Pacers even provides the bikes for the tour too. Walking tours are 90 minutes, bike tours are 2 hours, and all tours begin at 1:00 pm. These events are restricted to those over 21 because alcohol samples will be served too.
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