Indianapolis Steak Houses

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With a population of about 800,000 people, Indianapolis is the largest city in Indiana and the 14th largest city in the United States. The city is known for the being the home of the Indianapolis 500 and the Indianapolis Colts, champions of the 2007 Super Bowl. In addition, Indianapolis is also home to quite a few good steakhouses.

Indianapolis is home to some good steakhouses.

Indianapolis is home to some good steakhouses.

Bynum’s Steakhouse

Named as one of Indianapolis’ top 10 restaurants, Bynum’s Steakhouse is especially known for its 32 oz. prime rib, which is served with au jus and horseradish. Locally owned and operated, Bynum’s also features decadent desserts, such as Chocolate Suicide Cake, which has earned awards in Indianapolis. The restaurant also has a lunch menu that includes many culinary delights.

Bynum’s Steakhouse

3850 S. Meridian St.

Indianapolis, IN 46217

317-784-9880

bynumssteakhouse.com

Morton’s Steakhouse

Morton’s Steakhouse is located within walking distance of Conseco Fieldhouse and the Indianapolis Convention Center. Although it has locations in 26 states, five countries and the District of Columbia, the Indianapolis Monthly has named the eatery as one of the city’s Top 25 restaurants, and Consumer Reports gave the chain’s New York Strip an “Excellent” rating in July 2009. The chain also received the 2008 Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator. Morton’s is known for everything from the tuna tartare appetizer to the legendary Hot Chocolate Cake dessert, with a double-cut filet mignon wedged in between.

Morton’s Steakhouse

41 East Washington St.

Indianapolis, IN 46204

317-229-4700

mortons.com/indianapolis/

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse is located near the RCA Dome and the Indianapolis Convention Center. Founded by Ruth Fertel, the chain began in New Orleans and celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2005. With locations in 33 states, eight countries and the District of Columbia, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse has two locations in Indianapolis. The restaurant is known for its Cowboy Ribeye, Barbecued Shrimp and Carmelized Banana Crème Pie.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

45 S. Illinois St.

Circle Centre Mall

Indianapolis, IN 46204

317- 633 -1313

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

9445 Threel Road

96th & Keystone

Indianapolis, IN 46240

317- 844 -1155

ruthschris.com

Shula’s America Steak House

Shula’s is a white tablecloth-dining experience, where the theme focuses on the NFL Miami Dolphins’ perfect season in 1972. The featured entrée is a 48 oz. porterhouse steak, and anyone who can eat it all joins the 48-Ounce Club. In addition to the porterhouse, which also comes in a smaller size, the restaurant serves everything from lobster tail to crème brulee.

Shula’s Steak House

Westin Indianapolis Hotel

50 South Capitol Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46204

317-231-3900

donshula.com

St. Elmo Steak House

Founded in Indianapolis in 1902, St. Elmo is the city’s oldest steakhouse in its original location. Named after the patron saint of sailors and known for its world-famous shrimp cocktail, St. Elmo also serves up steaks, lake perch and a rack of lamb. Entrees come with several options, including navy beans or tomato sauce. The restaurant received the Best Place to Out-of-Town Guests in 2008 award from the Indianapolis Monthly and won the Diners’ Choice award from OpenTable.com in 2010.

St. Elmo Steak House

127 S. Illinois St.

Indianapolis, IN 46225

317-635-0636

stelmos.com

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Allyson Ash has worked in journalism for more than 20 years, covering topics from food to health care to entertainment. She has been published in a variety of newspapers, including the “Dallas Morning News,” and on various websites.

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