In the first part, we’ve shared 5 of the best family-friendly restaurants in Indianapolis this weekend, such as Field Brewing, Books & Brews, Fork + Ale House, The Old Spaghetti Factory, and Ford’s Garage.
In this post, we’re gonna have 5 more restaurants that you and your kids can visit.
Punch Bowl Social
120 S. Meridian Street, Indianapolis
Punch Bowl Social is not just a restaurant that serves fantastic cuisine; it's also a restaurant with karaoke, ping pong tables, skee ball, bowling lanes and other arcade games, board games, and a ton of other family-friendly entertainment.
Kids will have a great time at this restaurant, possibly so much fun that it will be difficult to get them to leave the games and eat.
© M M | Yelp
Pizza King Station
7045 Bluff Road, Indianapolis
8100 E. US Hwy. 36, Avon
This Indy restaurant is a go-to if your kids love trains. Two of the Pizza King locations have been transformed into train-themed restaurants, and your drinks can even be delivered by a model train!
Could there possibly be a more kid-friendly combination than pizza and trains?
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Traders Point Creamery
101 Moore Road, Zionsville
A thriving dairy farm, Traders Point Creamery uses regional foods in their farm-to-table restaurant.
Visitors can enjoy a self-guided tour of the farm from April to October, where they can meet some of the Traders Point Creamery cows, poultry, and other animals that live there. For dessert, there is a Dairy Bar on site where you can buy freshly prepared ice cream, milkshakes, sundaes, and floats, which you can enjoy inside the restaurant or outside on the spacious patio.
© Madison R | Yelp
2147 N. Talbott St., Indianapolis
On the menu are kid-friendly items like smash burgers, fried chicken, and milkshakes, but the best part of Baby's (from a child's point of view) is the fantastic kids’ play area on the patio.
While you wait for your food, they also provide magnet tiles for kids to play with.
© Joe M | Yelp
Fork + Ale House
350 Veterans Way, Carmel
Chicken tenders, burgers, and white mac & cheese are all available at Fork + Ale House. Yet the fact that it is located in the heart of Carmel's Midtown Plaza makes it really stand out.
If the weather is nice, select a seat on the patio of Fork + Ale House to be close to the outdoor ping pong tables, pool tables, and massive LED TV. While the kids play, parents may enjoy their lunch!
© Niki B | Yelp
Did we miss anything? What’s your favorite family-friendly restaurant in Indiana?
Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below!