2930 Waterfront Parkway,
Indianapolis, IN 46214
Phone: (317) 299-8400
Fax: (317) 299-9257
2930 Waterfront Parkway, West Drive, Indianapolis, IN, US, 46214
- Phone: (317) 299-8400
- Fax: (317) 299-9257
For over 30 years, Diamond Den Gallery has been a custom jewelry manufacture and designer. Jewelry repairs and appraisals are done on premises.
Large store offering mid-century furniture, lamps, art, and much more. Open Wednesday through Saturday 12-6 or by appointment.
Goose the Market is a butcher shop that goes above and beyond. Their meat is all local, delivered from the best farms just a few hours or days after slaughter. Their selection of cheeses is top notch. They have a deli, which makes its sandwiches out of the best air-dried, wood-smoked, and dry-cured meats available. They also offer a selection of seasonal produce; again, all local, all high quality. And if that's not enough, there are a variety of fine wines, which can be bought by the bottle or enjoyed by the glass, in-store with small, artisan snacks on the side.
Rocket Fizz is a small storefront selling a wide variety of unique sodas, candy and novelty items. The soda flavors range from the normal to the truly bizarre. Where else will you find buffalo wing or bacon flavored soda alongside the colas and root beers? Add to this a selection of candy that would make Willy Wonka proud, and you've got a store that is guaranteed to be heaven to anyone with a sweet tooth.
A home decor boutique with a distinctive European flair, Honeysuckle Home offers a wide assortment of quality products. \\
Two city blocks and four stories await you at Circle Centre. Nordstrom, Ann Taylor, New York and Company, Talbots, Express, Banana Republic, Parisian, over 20 restaurants, a nine screen movie theater and Steven Spielberg's GameWorks Studio are just some of the over 100 shopping, entertainment, and dining options here.
The city of Indianapolis has many bookstores, but Downtown Comics is an unique outlet that has an extensive collection of comics that delight kids as well as adults. For your weekly dose of comics and video games, head to this downtown store; apart from that, it also stocks collectibles, toys and trinkets. The friendly staff will also help you in finding a specific title. For more details and visiting hours, check website.
Chances are every adult in the city at some point in their life have bought a shoe from Stout's. More than a hundred years old, shoes here are still sent to cashier in a basket where they come back wrapped and with the exact change. You can return a shoes if your unhappy with the pair you bought.
Every Wednesday from May to October, residents and visitors alike congregate at the historic City Market building to enjoy the Indianapolis Farmers' Market. This weekly gathering has become a strong community project since its founding in 1996, and now offers shoppers home-grown produce, flowers, bakery items, and other goods from over 50 local vendors. There are also a variety of activities for children and live music events each week to entertain shoppers while they browse. Rain or shine, come enjoy everything this traditional market has to offer.
Trendy men and women's clothing and accessories from such designers as Chip & Pepper, Citizens of Humanity, Joie, Diesel, Rock and Republic, Notice, and Nanette Lepore.
Mass Ave Toys is an independent storefront dedicated to selling nothing but fun and funny toys. This quaint little space has a selection of toys for every age group, so you know you'll always find something perfect for your little one. From dolls and books to games and trikes, there are so many toys to enjoy.
Silver in the City is the place to find the perfect gift. They feature a great selection of trendy jewelry including necklaces, earrings, bracelets and accessories. For the more practical minded, there is a housewares section that is sure to meet any need. Plus, there are a variety of humorous shirts and accessories to tickle your funny bone.