Experience a classy and elegant atmosphere, featuring exquisite American cuisine, at Season's 52. Located at Keystone at the Crossing, this upscale dining establishment features a unique ambiance, impeccable service, unparalleled food quality and a solid wine list to create a dining extravaganza that is usually reserved for special occasions. On the menu are signature specialties like cedar plank roasted salmon, caramelized sea scallops, wood-roasted pork tenderloin, roasted artichoke-stuffed shrimp, grilled lamb T-bone chops and the oak-grilled filet mignon. Their flatbreads and desserts are must haves. Alternative gluten-free, lactose-free and low sodium options are also offered. A hand-picked wine list of 100 premium wines perfectly complements the menu selections, perfect pairing with the meat and seafood dishes. Private dining is also offered; reservations are strongly recommended.
Tucked in the Conrad Hotel in downtown Indianapolis, Capital Grille stands out as one of the top steakhouses in the city. Stately and elegant interiors give a character to the establishment, while the impeccable service will impress even the most discerning patrons. The menu features some of the best aged cuts like the Sirloin, Porterhouse, Filet Mignon and Delmonico. Seafood options include gourmet creations like the Seared Citrus Glazed Salmon and Grilled Swordfish with Lemon Shallot Relish. Handpicked wines from around the world and classic desserts accompany the menu selections, rounding off the whole experience with a finesse. A must visit for every meat-lover!
Come and visit the oldest steakhouse in Indianapolis. Established in 1902, St. Elmo Steak House has a reputation that precedes it and with good reason too! The traditional atmosphere, professional service and distinguished menu lead people to follow in love with this place. Once you are here. feast on the steaks, chicken and seafood, and wash it all down with the wide selection of wines! While you are checking out the wines, also check out the array of cocktails on offer. The tantalizing concoctions are not famous without a reason. If you are looking for a place for fine dining, give this historic institution a try and you won't be disappointed.
Divvy offers an American take on Spanish-style tapas. Share delicious platters of smaller portions of traditional cuisine classics like chicken chips, popcorn crawfish and lobster cakes. Chef Richelle Rider uses her degree in nutrition to guarantee healthy dining, with a menu that caters to patrons with certain food preferences like vegan, gluten-free and lactose-intolerant. On the drink menu are draft beers, wines, beverages and cocktails. Sample their signature Dirty Rooster Tini or namesake Divvy Politan in attendance to their eclectic events. Their chic and stylish interiors open up to a view-providing patio.
For Happy Hours in Carmel, Matt the Miller's Tavern is your best bet. This watering hole bustles with locals and visitors alike both indoors as well as out on their patio. Their drink list is diverse, replete with beer, wine and creative fruity cocktails. Ales, lagers and ciders from Belgium and America share space with globe-spanning wine like Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. Opt for Blueberry Basil Limoncello, among their signature concoctions. Soak up the spirits with appetizers like steak and seafood. This tavern hosts occasional prix-fixe buffet, Ladies Nights, private events and parties that are a big draw among patrons.