It’s no secret that Fishers, Indiana has grown rapidly the past few years. Fishers' newest dining and shopping destination is Fishers District, an 18-acre mixed-use development on the southeast corner of 116th Street and I-69. It’s hard to keep track of the countless businesses that have opened at Fishers District recently, so we put together a guide to make the most of your visit.
Where to Eat
Come hungry, because there are plenty of dining options at Fishers District.
Check out the Fishers Test Kitchen, a culinary accelerator for up-and-coming chefs. The current lineup includes Korave Korean BBQ, Lil Dumplings and One Trick Pony. Food vendor options will rotate, so enjoy these eateries while you can!
In the same space, grab a beer or craft cocktail at Sun King Fishers, known for beverages like the Osiris Pale Ale and Pachanga Mexican-Style Lager.
If you prefer wine, sip a glass of California blends at Peace Water Winery, where the owners donate 50% of net profits to charity.
Don’t miss the Cinnamon Caramel Donuts and other baked goods at Rise’n Roll Bakery. If you’re craving a full breakfast or brunch meal, check out Rize Fishers for farm-to-table selections. Fun fact: Rize made our list of the top 10 places for breakfast and brunch, according to Yelp data.
For lunch and dinner, you can’t go wrong with local options like 101 Beer Kitchen, 1933 Lounge by St. Elmo, The HC Tavern + Kitchen, Sangiovese Ristorante and Sangrita Grill + Cantina.
Indiana’s first Shake Shack is now open and serving burgers, fries, shakes and more.
What to Do
Beyond food, there are plenty of things to do in and around Fishers District.
Save time (and money) for shopping at local retailers like Blue Peppermint Boutique.
Visit Havana Cigar Lounge for a modern and luxurious cigar lounge experience, with ultra-premium cigars and exquisite food.
Break a sweat with workout classes at The Hot Room Yoga or Cyclebar, or unwind with pampering at Massage Heights.
Nearby, check out popular attractions like IKEA and Topgolf, or drive across 116th Street to explore more local businesses in the Nickel Plate District.
Where to Stay
Stay on property at the adjoining Hyatt House and Hyatt Place hotels.
Hyatt House has standard rooms plus 16 suites with full kitchens, ideal for a longer stay. Meanwhile, Hyatt Place has 120 standard rooms with amenities like free breakfast, an on-site restaurant and electric car charging stations. Both properties offer digital check-in, free parking, free Internet access and a heated indoor pool.
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