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St Elmo Steak House | Indianapolis | Marcia’s Birthday !!!

#14Restaurants in IndianapolisStill the same after 16 years

I first experience St Elmos 16 years ago and had not been back to Indy since. That evening was great and so was this one. The shrimp cocktail is a one and only and a must starter. The feta aged prime steaks are the best…and include the navy been soup and a side. House-made cheesecake highly recommended if you have any room left. The service was impeccable, Jason was outstanding. Make a reservation, always packed.More

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Good for:Dining options:Dining style:Neighborhood:Cross street:Description:Still the same after 16 years

I first experience St Elmos 16 years ago and had not been back to Indy since. That evening was great and so was this one. The shrimp cocktail is a one and only and a must starter. The feta aged prime steaks are the best and include the navy been soup and a side. House-made cheesecake highly recommended if you have any room left. The service was impeccable, Jason was outstanding. Make a reservation, always packed.

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St Elmo Steak House Reopens For Limited Seating After Brief Covid Shutdown Death Of Employee Reported

INDIANAPOLIS The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration reported that Huse Culinary, operator of the legendary St. Elmo Steak House in downtown Indianapolis, has confirmed the death of an employee while the restaurants doors were temporarily closed due to an outbreak of COVID-19 among its staff.

St. Elmos has made a workplace-fatality report to IOSHA, read a statement to FOX59 from an agency spokesperson. IOSHA is following up with the employer to gather more information.

This past weekend, at the anticipated height of the Final Four dining demand while the NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament is in town, Huse Culinary announced it would be closed.

St. Elmo reopened for limited seating Monday evening.

We recently learned that nine employees have tested positive for COVID, read a statement released at 11:09 p.m. Saturday. Out of an abundance of caution, St. Elmos has made the decision to close the establishment and conduct a thorough, deep cleaning of the restaurant. While we regret not being able to serve our customers, the safety and well-being of our employees and our guests is our top priority.

Friday afternoon, St. Elmos 1933 Lounge was late opening its doors following what appeared to be a thorough cleaning as wait staff arrived from other Huse Culinary restaurants to serve customers.

Huses statement concludes that out of concern for the privacy of its nine employees who tested positive for COVID-19, they will not be identified.

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