Indianapolis Supercross recommendations

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1/19/2018 3:14 PM

Supercross is skipping Detroit this year so we are going to go to the Indianapolis round. Making the drive from just outside the motor city. Looking to stay over night saturday night. Anyone have good recommendations for hotels, food, and some other cool stuff to do? Advice is welcome

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1/19/2018 3:36 PM

Yamaha usually does a signing at westfield powersports. Hit up the circle and area for some great food as well. Hard rock cafe is one of the places i usually go.

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1/19/2018 3:54 PM

Marty1028 wrote:

Yamaha usually does a signing at westfield powersports. Hit up the circle and area for some great food as well. Hard rock cafe is one of the places i usually go.

Much ty Marty1028 Will definitely check out the signing thanks man!!!

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1/19/2018 4:04 PM

Hilton hotel is right on the city circle, there's a nice bar and chef on site. 5-6 blocks from the stadium.

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1/19/2018 4:10 PM

Marty1028 wrote:

Yamaha usually does a signing at westfield powersports. Hit up the circle and area for some great food as well. Hard rock cafe is one of the places i usually go.

Kkawi wrote:

Much ty Marty1028 Will definitely check out the signing thanks man!!!

And if you plan for staying all weekend K1 speed is also in indy. Go there race karts and down some cold ones in their bar and grill next door.

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1/19/2018 4:13 PM

Been there 9 years in a row. Stayed in almost every hotel within walking distance to the stadium, they’re all good. I usually hit the tilted kilt on Friday, then circle center mall for a little morning shopping (girlfriend) and a quick bite to eat before going to the stadium. It’s usually on St. Patty’s day so the whole city is “lit” afterwards lol

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1/19/2018 4:23 PM

I’m from Westfield Indiana...Big Hoffas is the place you want to stop by for some of the best BBQ in the Midwest. Also Yatz is also really good if you have a Cajun taste

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1/19/2018 4:50 PM

Last year i stayed over at a hotel in a small town about 20 mins east of indy. Went from the race right to it. Was nice to wake up and just drive home. id suggest doing something like that instead of staying in indy

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1/19/2018 6:08 PM

I would stay at the Hyatt and forsure hit the Westfield deal I'm friends with the owner great guy great place but be there early because it's a big deal

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1/19/2018 6:25 PM

DYE wrote:

Been there 9 years in a row. Stayed in almost every hotel within walking distance to the stadium, they’re all good. I usually hit the tilted kilt on Friday, then circle center mall for a little morning shopping (girlfriend) and a quick bite to eat before going to the stadium. It’s usually on St. Patty’s day so the whole city is “lit” afterwards lol

Pt's showclub is a must.

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1/19/2018 7:15 PM

Dicks last resort...the only place where people dont take offense to the bags they make you wear on your head hah?

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1/19/2018 7:27 PM

If you want to splurge for one of the best steaks in the country make sure to hit St Elmo’s!!! Awesome shrimp cocktail too!!

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1/19/2018 8:51 PM

There's a really high-class club called The Red Garter that's one block over from the stadium. Nice place; but, I don't think they take American Express. Afterwords, you can go to that mid-western restaurant of the stars...
White Castle.

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1/20/2018 4:12 AM

Thats what up would love some good BBQ,we are coming from mi as well and the wife and sister Always shop at the mall across the street from the stadium.There are bars everywhere down town, the wife told me if I drag her to another SX in Indy we have to stay at Sybris!

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1/20/2018 4:57 AM

TeamGreen wrote:

There's a really high-class club called The Red Garter that's one block over from the stadium. Nice place; but, I don't think they take American Express. Afterwords, you can go to that mid-western restaurant of the stars...
White Castle.

I've literally went from the red garter to white Castle on numerous occasions......

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1/20/2018 6:23 AM

There's your itinerary ...
Red Garter
White Castle
Bathroom

dizzy wassat blink sad

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1/20/2018 7:41 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/20/2018 7:43 AM

Tons of places to stay. One year we stayed at the Homewood Suites, parked in their lot and didn't move the truck the whole weekend. Everything is a short walk within downtown. When we went on St. Paddy's day weekend the downtown was packed... coming from Detroit we aren't used to having to wait to get into bars. Slippery Noodle is cool, it's the oldest bar in Indiana. The Ugly Monkey used to be a favorite hangout but it's been closed for years. We also preferred the Classy Chassy over PT's.

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Nick
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1/20/2018 7:59 AM

Due to lack of access to pit area, I do not go to Indy anymore. St Louis solves that problem.

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1/20/2018 8:16 AM

Spizzy wrote:

Due to lack of access to pit area, I do not go to Indy anymore. St Louis solves that problem.

The pits were closed in 2012, but open to everyone in 2013 when I went. Not sure if it's closed again though.

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Nick
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1/20/2018 9:16 AM

DYE wrote:

Been there 9 years in a row. Stayed in almost every hotel within walking distance to the stadium, they’re all good. I usually hit the tilted kilt on Friday, then circle center mall for a little morning shopping (girlfriend) and a quick bite to eat before going to the stadium. It’s usually on St. Patty’s day so the whole city is “lit” afterwards lol

I believe the convention center goes from out front of the stadium to the mall. Its a cool indoor walk that is filled with supercross fans!

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1/20/2018 9:26 AM

TeamGreen wrote:

There's a really high-class club called The Red Garter that's one block over from the stadium. Nice place; but, I don't think they take American Express. Afterwords, you can go to that mid-western restaurant of the stars...
White Castle.

Oh the Red Garter is tradition!

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