The view from my table on the patio at The Aristocrat yesterday, looking south toward the intersection of 52nd & College. If you look kinda left of center, just to the right of the pub's sign, you can see the giant green garden trowel across the street that serves as the sign for Habig's Garden Center. The thing in the background on the
The view of my table on the patio at The Aristocrat yesterday, looking down toward blackened mahi-mahi and a side of fries.
You might be in Broad Ripple if your local dedicated gourmet doggie grocery store delivers. Also note the trellis of grape vines in the curbside landscaping in the foreground labeled "SoBro Vineyard".
Clever marketers that they are, City Dog, the gourmet doggie grocery across the street, sponsors this doggie way-station just outside the patio at The Aristocrat. The box contains complimentary doggie treats. Organic, no doubt.
You'll note that the strip of landscaping which contains the SoBro Vineyard is also an official wildlife habitat. If you turned right at that light, you'd be at the Indonesian restaurant Bobbi and I dined at just the other week.
A couple doors down from The Aristocrat is National Motor + Cycle Co., which builds replicas of early 20th-century motorized bicycles, air-cooled V-twins and all. Do want!
After lunch, I browsed the used CDs at Luna and took the Monon home, stopping off for a ginger beer at Locally Grown Gardens along the way. And that's what I did on my summer vacation.