Brazilian Steakhouses in Indianapolis


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Fogo De Chao is a Brazilian-influenced steak house and meat lovers’ paradise with a national pedigree. Located in a triangular-shaped building in downtown Indianapolis, the facility is easily spotted thanks to a large, street-side stained glass window at its front corner. Inside, the meat-based aroma is undeniable, thanks to the availability of various renditions of sirloin, rib eye, ribs, lamb, chicken and pork. However, guests at Fogo De Chao can also fill themselves at the restaurant’s gourmet salad and sides bar where more than 30 items can be found, including various vegetables, imported cheeses, artisan breads and cured meats. But it’s the delivered-to-your-table meat offerings, served on skewers, which are by far the most popular dining option. A two-sided flip card, alternatively red and green, is used by visitors to signal whether or not they’re ready for more meat.
117 E Washington St
Indianapolis,
IN
US
Chefs air all of their culinary secrets at Fujiyama Steak House of Japan, where they expertly slice filet mignon, flip pieces of shrimp into the air, and grill mounds of rice at hibachi tables as diners watch. Guests can also marvel as sushi masters stuff the freshest fried shrimp, avocado, cucumber, and crab inside the dynamite roll before deep-frying the entire cylinder to a crispy golden brown. They create this same crunch in other maki specialties by incorporating tempura-battered shrimp and chicken.
5149 Victory Dr
Indianapolis,
IN
US
Visit Harry and Izzy's for some true American comfort food smack dab in the middle of Indianapolis' Downtown Indianapolis. Harry and Izzy's' menu is packed with gluten-free and healthy items all foodies will enjoy. Pair your entree with a glass of wine or draft beer — Harry and Izzy's has a fully-stocked bar to complement your meal. Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at Harry and Izzy's. Harry and Izzy's is ready to make any occasion a special one with a great space and thoughtful food. Celebrate the start of a great weekend at Harry and Izzy's' great happy hour. Take your meal to the next level on the patio at Harry and Izzy's. Wifi access is totally free at Harry and Izzy's, perfect for catching up on the news, hopping on social media, or even working. It can be a bit of a mob scene on the weekends, so don't take a chance on getting seated — best to call ahead and make a reservation. Harry and Izzy's is completely informal — dress as you see fit (and are most comfortable). Getting your food to go is also an option. Harry and Izzy's will even bring the amazing food from their kitchen to yours. There are many generous parking options near Harry and Izzy's, including street, valet and garage. Harry and Izzy's offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists. If you go out for a nice meal, it doesn't need to cost $100, come treat yourself at Harry and Izzy's. Harry and Izzy's accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and all major credit cards. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
153 South Illinois Street
Indianapolis,
IN
US
A herd of plastic cattle mark the entranceway to Bynum's Steakhouse, an establishment hailed as Indianapolis' best steakhouse by USA Today and 10Best. Aged for 21 days, all of Bynum's certified Angus steaks?from the juicy porterhouses to the 32-ounce, bone-in prime ribs?arrive in generous 1.5- to 2-inch cuts. Equally generous are the sides that accompany the tender cuts of meat: crocks of Bynum's onion soup and salads smothered in house-made dressings are served with each and every steak, along with bread and a choice of a baked potato, steak fries, rice, or veggies. Aside from steaks, the Bynum's culinary team crafts everything from peppercorn-encrusted salmon to mushrooms saut?ed in garlic and vermouth. They're also known for their gigantic Madagascar lobster tails, topped traditionally with hot drawn butter or untraditionally with a drizzle of hot fudge. Speaking of, around five or six desserts draw meals to a sweet close; Gayot claims that "few can pass up the seasonal cobbler or creamy cheesecake", the latter of which is available in flavors like caramel apple, fudge brownie, and Belgian chocolate. And, to complement each course, bartenders supply a variety of wines, craft beers, and top-shelf liquors, including American Harvest Organic Vodka.
3850 S Meridian St
Indianapolis,
IN
US
While St. Nick is out delivering toys, St. Elmo is delivering satisfying steak to delightful diners. The St. Elmo Steak House has had its claim in downtown Indianapolis since 1902. Over the years, the décor has changed a bit and the menu has grown, but guests will still find historical roots throughout the building. Guests will enjoy the award-winning wine cellar and options for private parties with several rooms available. The specialty here is no secret. Filet Mignon and Porterhouse Steak are served with such abundant and juicy flavors that are sure to keep diners returning for more. The King Crab and Shrimp Linguine delights the palette while the Crème Brulee massages the taste buds. St. Elmo’s is committed to supporting local farmers and is pleased to offer locally grown/produced products as part of their signature dishes. When your meal is finished, take home a taste of St. Elmo’s by purchasing the St. Elmo Steak House Cocktail Sauce or a gift card for a friend. Though open seven nights a week with valet parking and takeout options, be sure to make a reservation if you plan on dining in at this landmark restaurant.
127 S Illinois St
Indianapolis,
IN
US
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