By Karen Weik
A short 20-minute drive northwest of Indianapolis is one of Indiana’s most enchanting and quaint small towns—Zionsville. Nestled along her cobblestone Main Street is the equally charming and elegant Brick Street Inn. General Manager, Victoria Berry, a recent transplant from Los Angeles, whose grandparents grew up in Indianapolis, said she knew one day she would call Indiana home.
“Once it was time to slow down life a bit, I knew I would move to Indiana. I love the people and slower pace of life here,” she explained.
Born and raised in California, Berry is new in her role as General Manager for the eight-room boutique hotel. She brings an impressive background in restaurant management and event planning. Along with German-born Executive Chef, Peter Paul Meyer, whose prior experience cooking in a French restaurant in Germany, and now creating the authentic French fare served at the Brick Street Inn’s restaurant, appropriately named Auberge (French for inn), the pair aim to please.
Berry says her passion is customer service and customizing wedding and event packages based on client’s needs. Wedding ceremonies at the hotel can be held indoor or out, with private and semi-private event space able to accommodate 45 seated guests or 60 standing.
Book your next event or luxury get-away weekend today at Zionsville’s Brick Street Inn. And don’t miss exquisite French cuisine served daily in the adjoining Auberge Restaurant.
For more information visit brickstreetinn.com.