Down on Main Street

Speedway’s ‘downtown’ offers plenty of good eats

Posted on Apr 22 2021 in Indiana Eats

Speedway, Indiana, may most famously be known as the home of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. But race fans shouldn’t overlook the town’s six-block long downtown area just walking distance from the south end of the track for a taste of small-town charm and a comparatively large selection of podium-caliber restaurants to satisfy a variety of tastes.

Big Woods Speedway
1002 N. Main St.

Don’t miss:  Signature Pulled Pork atop a sandwich, pizza or nachos

Charlie Brown’s Pancake & Steak House
1038 N. Main St.

Don’t miss: Larry’s Haystack: a “knife and fork” sandwich with two sausage patties, two scrambled eggs, American cheese, hash browns, and grilled onions on sourdough toast covered in sausage gravy

Brozinni Pizzeria (Opening late spring/early summer)

1067 Main St.

Don’t miss: New York-Style Pizza, Garlic Knuckles

Daredevil Brewing Speedway Taproom
1151 N. Main St.

Don’t miss:  Tavern-Style Pizzas

Foyt Wine Vault
1182 Main St.

Don’t miss: Charcuterie Tour: a selection of locally cured meats; local cheeses, preserves and honey comb; bread and butter pickles; almonds; dried fruits, mustard, Kalamata olives and toasted baguette

Barbecue and Bourbon
1414 Main St.

Don’t miss: Sample several of the smoked meats by ordering a platter. Be sure to try the Beef Brisket and the Wings.

Dawson’s on Main
1464 Main St.

Don’t miss: Reuben Sandwich, Crab Cake Dinner

Tacos and Tequila
1502 Main St.

Don’t miss: The tacos —especially the Al Pastor

O’Reilly’s Irish Pub
1552 Main St.

Don’t miss: Irish Meatloaf, Fish and Chips

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