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The style and decor of the steakhouse are that of an old Chicago saloon. All of the waiters wear tuxes. The seating in the past had been rather cramped, but due to a recent expansion, there are now more rooms, an open kitchen seen from the bar, and the addition of a large wine cellar.
St. Elmo’s prides itself on its steaks, but offers seafood as well. The filet is out of this world! While your meal does come with a potato, salads must be purchased separately for an additional $5. There is no need to worry about being hungry after you leave here, because I don’t believe it’s possible. St. Elmo’s does not skimp on the portions, from the salads to the main courses.
The food and atmosphere have attracted many celebrities. Just to name a few: Cher, Elton John, Aerosmith, Dale Earnhardt, Mario Andretti, Larry Bird, Dick the Bruiser, Gene Keady, and John F. Kennedy.
Before arriving, be sure to make a reservation, because regardless of what day you arrive, St. Elmo’s is always busy.
From journal What to do in the Circle City - Indianapolis