Indy’s hub for mass transit, the Julia M. Carson Transit Center opened this June and to celebrate Yelp’s dishing out a stop-by-stop guide of good eats along IndyGo’s Route 17 (College Ave). Why? The journey is just as important as the destination! IndyGo has 31 routes throughout Indianapolis, a great option to get to work, home, local events, coffee shops, or your next meal. With the Red Line bus rapid transit project and a vote to increase bus service on the November ballot, there is no better time to hop on IndyGo!
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Stroll on over to Monument Circle near the Ohio/Meridian stop to get a slice of heaven. Choose from a wide selection including pastas, calzones, breadsticks or pizza.
Yelp recommendation: get to know the staff and the owner, Giorgi! They are very friendly and take pride in serving all of their customers classic NYC-style food.
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Get your FroYo on by walking over to YoguLatte near the Massachusetts/East stop. From the wide selection of frozen yogurt flavors to the variety of toppings, you can’t go wrong!
Yelp recommendation: Take advantage of YoguLatte’s topping bar by piling on fresh fruit and a wide assortment of candy!
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Stroll two blocks north from the 16th Street stop for some of the best soul food in the Circle City at Kountry Kitchen. One half of the restaurant is reserved for carryout orders and the other is diners looking to eat in house.
Yelp recommendation: you can’t go wrong with the yams or mashed potatoes
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Need a drink to keep your day going? Just walk two blocks north from the 46th Street stop at this coffee and wine bar to try their variety of drinks, including their well-known cup called the Shakerato, a combination of maple syrup and espresso. Stomach growling for food, too? You can also order off of their menu that serves South American food!
Yelp recommendation: use the area as a meeting and coworking space with its variety of seating arrangements, private spaces and strong wifi.
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Breakfast is indeed the most important meal of the day, so be sure to make your way into Taste Cafe & Marketplace at the 52nd Street stop. From waffles to omelets to quiches, you won’t be disappointed!
Yelp recommendation: Not feeling breakfast food? Order something off of their lunch/dinner menu, such as the popular BALT (BLT with Avocado).