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St. Elmo's Steak House

127 South Illinois Street
Indianapolis, IN
Circle Center Mall (317) 635-0636

Prices: $ $ $ $

  • Youíll enjoy: shrimp cocktail ∑ cocktail sauce ∑ special occasion ∑ navy bean soup ∑ waiter

  • Top 10 Food Rating Restaurants 2011 - gayot.com

St. Elmo Steak House has been a landmark in downtown Indianapolis since 1902. It is the oldest Indianapolis steakhouse in its original location, and has earned a national reputation for its excellent steaks, seafood, chops and professional service.


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Founded by Joe Stahr, the restaurant was named after the patron saint of sailors, St. Elmo. Starting out with a beautiful tiger-oak back-bar purchased in Chicago, the restaurant was simply a small tavern with a basic menu. Through the years, its classic turn-of-the-century Chicago saloon decor has changed very little, beyond the inevitable expansions.

Don't let the outside fool you. This is NOT a bare bones, overpriced steak joint with wooden tables and checkered tablecloths...oh no, it is fine dining in the heart of downtown Indianapolis!

It only appears small because you can't see the room on the other side of the entrance or the myraid of rooms in the basement. You truly think you might be in New York or Chicago once you enter into the dining rooms. But, if you're in casual dress, don't let it stop you. This is not a place that you won't see all types of dress.

St. Elmo's is THE steak joint to go to. Who knows, you may see the Colts there. We were told they use the big dining room in the basement when they come. Of course the walls are lined with vintage photographs from the early 1900's as well as all the celebs that have dined.

This restaurant is always busy...

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