Auberge, a little French restaurant inside Brick Street Inn in Zionsville, has been on my radar since it first heard of it, and nearly a year later I was finally in the area and able to check it out during the Brick Street Market.
Filled with fun modern farmhouse-style decor items, Fivethirty Home was an unexpected find on Zionsville’s Main Street during the Brick Street Market. Though some of the goods are things that I have seen at other stores, I enjoyed the fact that the shop was well-curated and set up with vignettes all around so that you can easily imagine how to coordinate several pieces to decorate your own home.
The Lemon Bar was a fun pop-in during the Brick Street Market in Zionsville. Filled with Flying Cupcake goodies and a full menu of lunch items, it was the perfect midday stop after lunch at Auberge.
Although Zionsville isn’t all that far away from Fishers, it’s one of those areas I rarely make it to, even though there are half a dozen restaurants in the area that have been on my list to try. This year’s Brick Street Market was my chance to finally check out a little of Zionsville’s downtown area.
Though I was only in the Denver area for a few days, by just walking around heading to other destinations, I got to see a ton of stuff in the downtown area! Here are a few of the highlights: