About Fountain Square
Fountain Square Indianapolis is known as an eclectic and fun neighborhood experience in Indianapolis. Fountain Square has something for everyone to enjoy, with wonderful restaurants, local and international wine and specialty beer stores, eclectic, family-owned stores, and bowling and swing dancing. You can enjoy a night out eating St. Louis-style ribs and homemade chili at the Smokehouse on Shelby, stop at the Peppy Grill for burgers and all day breakfast, or check out the Santorini Greek Kitchen for delicious Greek food. You can also buy specialty alcohol at Deano's Vino Restaurant and Wine Bar, or get delicious, authentic German cuisine at Claus' German Sausage and Meats. There are also plenty of places to just hang out at Fountain Square Indianapolis. At the Arsenal Game Room & Cafe you can play board games and role-playing games with other people. The Fountain Square Theatre Building has duckpin bowling and swing dancing. What really seperates Fountain Square Indianapolis apart from other centers is the large artist presence. Fountain Square is home to over 75 artists, as well as galleries and art studies. You can find the Alchemy Art + Aesthetics, A/V Framing Gallery and the Wheeler Arts Community in Fountain Square Indianapolis.Fountain Square Indianapolis is a unique collection of all sorts of entertainment and arts and is a great cultural center for the entire city.
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Events in Fountain Square
Breakfast with the Bunny
at Freedom Springs Find Tickets
The Easter Bunny is coming to the Parks for Breakfast at 9am followed by an Easter Egg Hunt with random inserted prizes.
Community Easter Egg Hunt
at Shelbyville, Indiana Parks and Recreation Department
Join the community in celebrating Easter the best way they know how: An Easter Egg Hunt with over 14,000 eggs!
Mothers and Others
at Providence Christian Church
This year’s event will include a presentation and fashion show from byTavi, a boutique located in downtown Franklin that features handbags and clothing made by seamstresses in Cambodia.