13 Favorite Walk-Up Stands for Summer Treats
655 Virginia Ave., 317-602-6423
Unlike the Broad Ripple flagship, the popsicle shop’s Fletcher Place location is a walk-up Dutch door (open Thursday through Sunday).
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3355 N. Keystone Ave., 317-926-1110
When you’re in the mood for a clamshell of jerk ribs, red beans and rice, and peach-ginger lemonade.
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9101 Moore Rd., Zionsville, 317-733-1700
Starbucks on Mass Ave
430 N. Massachusetts Ave., 317-423-9398
One puppucino, please.
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9270 E. 141st St., Fishers, 317-776-3800
We love the specialty sundaes.
901 E. 64th St., 317-257-5757
This Broad Ripple pit stop on the Monon—perhaps the only ice cream shop with live music—is so popular, there’s a good chance you’ll be photobombed.
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1049 E. 54th St., 317-929-1260
Best calorie explosion on the Monon goes to the ice-cream-stuffed apple fritters at this SoBro snack shack, which has a trailside window.
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1565 E. Main St., Brownsburg, 317-456-2570
Smile! Prices for a cup of flavored shaved ice top out at $2.75.
You’re only one Ice Barn away from putting a giant smile on YOUR face too! Shavin’ up pure joy from 4-9PM. #shaveice #sunnyandshaveice #foodie #shoplocal #eathereindy #supportsmallbusiness #foodstagram #shavedice #brownsburgindiana #brownsburg #picoftheday #photooftheday #weekendflavor #foodofinstagram #americanmade #tropicalescape #hawaiianstyle #hawaiianshaveice #hawaiianshavedice #shaveiceandshakas #townofbrownsburg
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This adorable truck dishes out New Orleans–style flavored ice with homemade syrups and frequents events in Garfield Park.
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927 E. Westfield Blvd., 317-722-8108
The Fruit Stripe–gum walls at this Broad Ripple fusion-taco shop tend to lure Instagrammers inside, but we’re partial to the walk-up window on the patio.
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259 S. Meridian St., Greenwood, 317-822-1031
How many warm Friday nights have we stood in line for 45 minutes at this classic ice cream stand, in no hurry as kids caught fireflies by the creek? Not nearly enough.
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308 W. 6th St., Bloomington, 812-334-9747
Crepes on Bloomington’s B-Line.
3740 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St., 317-920-1953
These old-school shacks built in the 1950s and 1960s are sprinkled throughout the inner city.