Perfect Indy Restaurants for Bama Fans Going to the Championship
If you are headed to Indianapolis for the National Championship game you need to make sure you enjoying everything that the Naptown has to offer.
I am no stranger to Indianapolis. It’s a great city with lots of great attractions and the restaurants are top-notch. There is a wide variety of options from great Indy locals.
So, before you cheer on the Crimson Tide to a win over the Georgia Bulldogs. Be sure you get some of the good eats from Indy. Check out this list, it’s tried and true.
Shapiro's Delicatessen is a MUST VISIT. I love this place and you will too. It’s been operated by one family for over 115 years. Their sandwiches are piled high. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
If you got a sweet tooth Long’s Bakery is a perfect spot. This place is ICONIC. A piece of advice is to be sure to go early because the lines get long. It might be the best donut you will ever have.
Visit the Downtown Indy location for a total vibe and experience. Café Patachou opened its doors in 1989. It has been named one of the "Top Ten Places for Breakfast in the Country" by Bon Appetit Magazine.”
Havana Cigar Lounge
We all know how much Bama fans love a good cigar. Be sure you stop by the Havana Cigar Lounge. It’s a “modern and luxury cigar lounge” that offers a phenomenal menu and cocktails.
Pork Belly Tacos from Nada are necessary for life. Everything on the menu is really good. Be sure to pair it with a great margarita.
This is a very unique take on seafood. Slapfish is in Downtown Indy and has a great vibe. An interesting twist on the fries combines creamy clam chowder and bacon.
BURN by Rocky Patel
This is a swanky lounge that is a perfect spot to say “Roll Tide.” Burn is great for a night out.