Le Peep- 30 Day Road Trip: Indianapolis, IN

Thank you VisitIndy.com for providing complimentary gift cards to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own. #LoveIndy

Le Peep Restaurant is an Indianapolis favorite, and now a Yerkes favorite too with a cozy atmosphere, great tasting and affordable food, and great service!


Before I tell you about Le Peep, be sure to check out the overview of our time spent in Indianapolis, as well as all the stops on this 30 Day Road Trip.

I can’t say enough good about Le Peep. We had a late breakfast at Le Peep on our second day in Indianapolis, and everyone loved the food SO much, we ended up eating there a second time before heading out of Indy on our way to our next stop.

Not only was the food exactly what you would want from a breakfast diner, but the atmosphere was cute and cozy, and the service was outstanding. le-peep-restaurant

Let’s talk about the food!

We ordered breakfast foods. We got pancakes, french toast, and a breakfast skillet called Beach Combers Skillet. The food came up quickly, was hearty, and exactly what you would picture if someone told you Grandma was in the back cooking.


The Beach Combers Skillet had potatoes, cheese, sun dried tomatoes, avocado, and egg, and a whole lot of yum! I was super happy with the breakfast skillets, and the next day I tried the Gypsy version. The potatoes were perfectly cooked, the flavors spot on, and all in all it was tasty and filling.

But the real show stopped for our group was the Chocolate Chip Pancakes from the kid’s menu. They were Mickey Mouse shaped, and came with fresh whipped butter, powdered sugar, and of course chocolate chips! 

pancakeMy kids scarfed them down, and all ordered them the next day because they enjoyed them so much. And I loved that they were filled up and not begging for snacks and treats all day while we enjoyed the White River State Park and NCAA Hall of Champions. chocolate chip pancakesI am sure everything on the menu is great. So let’s talk about the atmosphere. Sometimes I hate taking my kids out to eat because, being kids, they spill, they talk loud, and they don’t really fit in at “fancy” places.

While Le Peep was nice, it had vinyl table cloths, and a comfortable feel. My kids felt so grown up getting glass cups, but when one spilled, the staff came by, cleaned it up with a smile, and didn’t make them feel bad about the mess.

le-peep-tableI loved that they left a pitcher of water at the table, and provided a great kid’s menu with activities to keep the kids busy while we waited for the food to arrive.

Even my “big kid” sister enjoyed Le Peep, and ordered the Chocolate Chip Pancakes our second visit!


If you have a chance to visit Indianapolis, be sure to stop in. You get the diner feel, excellent service, an affordable menu (I think my meal was around $10, and the kid’s meals around $4), and most importantly great food.


We all left happy, even my Miss Grouchy, the terrible two!


Be sure to check back tomorrow to see the other fun places we played, and meals we ate on our visit to Indianapolis!

About Rachael

I am Rachael, I have a passion for all things travel. I have an incurable wanderlust, and a need to see and do. I have four littles that call me "mom" and I am currently wading through the ever changing tides of parenting. I am figuring out what works, and what doesn't. And, I have a passion for food. In fact, I have an entire website dedicated to food www.eazypeazymealz.com. I love to eat, cook, and try new things.

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