St. Elmo Steak House Is An Old-School Steakhouse In Indiana That Hasn’t Changed In Decades
Indiana is an old state with plenty of rich history. If you have an interest in history, you can find some pretty interesting things here. From old hotels and resorts to historic cemeteries and more, if you crave it, you’ll find it here. However, there’s another kind of craving that history can serve you on – and that’s the craving for a nice, big, juicy steak, cooked to absolute perfection. Enter St. Elmo Steak House in Indianapolis – one of the oldest restaurants in the state. As one of the oldest steakhouses in Indiana, it’s certainly earned its reputation as a legend, both locally and nationally.
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Need a little more Indiana deliciousness? This steakhouse serves up the biggest steaks in the entire state!
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Address: 127 S Illinois St, Indianapolis, IN 46225, USA
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