Years ago, when I attended many Indy 500s, there was always talk of the legendary St Elmos. Last week, at a convention in Indy w/ my wife, we felt we had to go. Shared dinner w/ another couple.
Atmosphere has that old 30s-50s feel. Lotsa wood paneling, which my wife referred to as "Man Cave-like".
Shrimp cocktail was a spicy hot, but good.
I had the Porterhouse, which had a little too much marble for my tastes. Wife felt the same for her strip steak. Without sounding snobby, we've had better.
Waiter was very good.
I came away feeling that it was a "bucket list" experience, but I would have liked to have dined at the some other steakhouses in Indy for comparison.
$150 for the two of us, BTW, including dessert & drinks.
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