Fountain Square, Indianapolis, Indiana

Lying just east of downtown Indianapolis lies Fountain Square. Fountain Square is a historic district in the city that has tons of lomo moments just waiting to be captured. All the building are exactly as they were years ago and there is also an original Duckpin Bowling alley from the twenties. If you are looking for a nice place to eat, this is it. There are several diners and restaurants to choose from and they all have their own special appeal.

Lying just east of downtown Indianapolis lies Fountain Square. Fountain Square is a historic district in the city that has tons of lomo moments just waiting to be captured. All the building are exactly as they were years ago and there is also an original Duckpin Bowling alley from the twenties. If you are looking for a nice place to eat, this is it. There are several diners and restaurants to choose from and they all have their own special appeal.

One in particular is Deano’s Vino. They have a large beer and wine selection and several excellent food options. And while you eat, you are serenaded by various local bands. So whether you want to get some pictures from the rooftop garden or want to snap some sweet shots of your buddies playing duckpin bowling, Fountain Square is the place to get some great shots!

written by drudolph on 2008-09-05 in #world #locations #drudolph #holga-135bc #indianapolis #fountain-square #35mm

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