Indianapolis Reviews

Review for Metro Nightclub & Restaurant by Tyler
Rating: 1 Rating
Dear Management, I am writing to address an incident that occurred during my recent visit to your establishment. On May 18th, I experienced an altercation with one of your female bouncers ..
Cons: Certan staff members here are completely inappropriate, aggressive, and are an embarrassment to your establishment.
Review for The Knuckle Sandwich by David
Rating: 5 Rating
Great food.
Pros: Great atmosphere.
Cons: Long wait. I’d recommend, allowing reservations.
Review for Aspen Creek Grill - Noblesville by Princess
Rating: 5 Rating
Aspen Creek Grill - Noblesville is a very nice steakhouse restaurant in Indianapolis. Excellent steaks and side dishes with a very good service.
Review for IndyPro Moving Company by Patrick
Rating: 5 Rating
Great company!
Review for Babes Showclub Indianapolis by Heather Lucille
Rating: 5 Rating
My favorite place to go
Pros: Love it always
Cons: Forevermore
Review for Tibbs Drive-in Theatre by Sean
Rating: 5 Rating
Great experience! They always have the newest movies and you get to watch 2 movies for similar price to a regular theater. The concessions are also good and the atmosphere ..
Pros: Two movies for one price, summer time they have late movies on Friday and Saturday, digital movies and sound is played through car radio.
Cons: They close during the winter, not the best area in Indy but I have always felt safe in the theater grounds.

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Lawrence is considered a suburb located in Central Indiana northwest of Indianapolis. Lawrence is part of Marion County, Indiana. The town boasts a population of about forty one thousand people with a median income of $47, 000 per year. Fort Benjamin Harrison is part of the history of Lawrence, Indiana. Opened by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906, to honor President Harrison, this army post became a vital center in the upcoming world wars. The army post was named after the twenty third American President. It had previously been the largest World War II reception center as well as the location for the Defense Information School (now located in Fort Meade, Maryland.) Visitors to this township can expect to find this former US Army post changed to an essential part of the community. After the Base Closure and Realignment Commission in 1996, it was turned into a state park full of green space, residences, a golf course and hiking trails such as Harrison Trace Trail. People relocating to this area will find employment opportunities, cultural influences, and proximity to the thriving Indianapolis area, good schools, access to outdoor activities, and a community of artists, musicians, and entertainers. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, Lawrence, Indiana is a wonderful destination to explore because of its location. Visiting Lawrence, Indiana should be a priority for everyone.

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