The Statehouse Market is a unique local food market, located on Robert D. Orr Plaza outside of the Indiana Statehouse and Government Center. Stop by every Thursday in season, for great food grown and sold by local vendors and fresh, healthy lunch options served by the top food trucks in Indianapolis.
Our produce vendors are selling vegetables, fruits, flowers, milk, eggs, pork, beef, lamb and more in the early season. Each week, we feature a diverse food truck lineup featuring some of our "Invest In Your Health" trucks and many of Indy's other favorite food trucks.
What people are saying about the market"The Statehouse Market provides an excellent opportunity for downtown workers to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, milk and cheese products and get to know some of our Indiana farmers. This is a great way to build the connection between the farm and the food on our tables."
Gina Sheets, Director of Indiana State Dept. of Agriculture "I really enjoy the market and food truck days, thanks for doing that! It's great to be able to support local businesses."
Even cold temperatures, wind and snow won’t deter our Statehouse Market patrons. But rest assured, we’re sticking with holding Opening Day in May. In fact, we made it official at Ag Day 2014: Statehouse Market opens May 22 and runs through Oct. 9. That’s 21 markets this season for you to eat a fresh lunch Read More
Posted by Jeff on March 28, 2014
On March 25 the dates for the 2014 Statehouse Market season, including this season’s opening day, will be announced at Ag Day 2014. The event takes place on the grounds of the market on Senate Avenue and Robert Orr Plaza. Twelve food trucks are scheduled to be onsite from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Ag Read More
Posted by Jeff on March 5, 2014
Located in the heart of Indy
The Statehouse Market is located outside the Indiana Government Center on Robert D. Orr Plaza. Come grab lunch and go for a walk down the canal.
Tips for a great market experience
Bring your own bags and baskets.
Most vendors don't supply bags. Vendors also sell more than just fruit and vegetables. You might want to bring a cooler for things that need to be kept cold!
Bring small bills.
Many vendors only accept cash. Avoid needing change by bringing small bills.
Know what's in season
Check out the ISDA Farmers' Market Seasonal Chart to find out what is in season, when.