While flavored vinegar and olive oil may not seem all that exciting at first glance, my eyes were opened to how amazing fresh olive oil is and the range of flavors that balsamic vinegar mixes with to compliment both main dishes and desserts at a little shop in Denver. Since then, I’ve hoped to similarly unique olive oil and balsamic vinegar shop closer to home, and found just that at Zionsville Olive Tap!
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.