• Joey Amato

What's New in Indianapolis?


Bottleworks Hotel – Indy's newest art deco-inspired hotel, Bottleworks Hotel, combines glamorous aesthetic with historic architecture and modern hotel amenities. The 139-key boutique hotel features unique rooms, meeting space, room service, a fitness center, a restaurant and more. Its unbeatable location puts you steps away from the city’s most popular restaurants and destinations within The Bottleworks District.


Following the rehabilitation of what was once the world’s largest Coca-Cola bottling plant, the 12-acre mixed-used site serves as a culinary, arts and entertainment hub. You can find some of the best local secrets at The Garage where you can eat and drink all things Indy. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a duckpin bowling bar, retail shops, and more.


Kan-Kan Brasserie & Cinema Food. Film. Community. The Kan-Kan Brasserie & Cinema is the perfect place to gather as James Beard-nominated chef Abbi Merriss serves her take on French-inspired fare at the 145-seat dining hot spot, The Brasserie. The space shares a home base with the Indianapolis Film Project and an independent arthouse cinema with four theaters.



The LUME – Step inside a Van Gogh painting as two-dimensional paintings transform into a three-dimensional world this June at Newfields. The exhibit will take over the museum’s entire fourth floor and will be the museum’s largest exhibit in its 137-year history. With over 30,000 square feet of floor-to-ceiling projections, you’ll be able to become one with The Starry Night and other iconic masterpieces. The LUME opens in June at Newfields.



The AMP One of Indy’s newest culinary destinations, The AMP, or “artisan marketplace,” will serve as the home to a European-style market with local produce, a coffee shop, and 14 restaurant stalls built out of shipping containers. A perfect destination for foodies, you can dine under high ceilings, exposed beams, and plenty of natural light for the perfect aesthetic. The AMP is scheduled to open this March.