St. Elmo Steakhouse

St. Elmo to be featured on cable television show

October 31, 2012
"Drinking Made Easy" traveled to Indianapolis to sample several of the city's hotspots and their cocktails. The episode airs Wednesday night on cable network AXS TV.

INSIDE DISH: St. Elmo stakes out expansion plan

April 1, 2011
Mason King
St Elmo Watch VideoCo-owner Craig Huse's designs to create a 3,000-square-foot bar above the landmark eatery is just another example of Elmo's tradition-based evolution.

St. Elmo spinoff, Harry & Izzy's, could go nationalRestricted Content

March 12, 2007
Cory Schouten
Harry & Izzy's, a spinoff to St. Elmo Steak House slated to open in mid-April at Circle Centre mall, is the city's most anticipated new restaurant in years--a casual cousin to St. Elmo, with lunch service and a wider menu, including salads, pastas and pizzas, along with standbys like the famous shrimp cocktail.

St. Elmo top-selling restaurant; others sizzle, tooRestricted Content

July 17, 2006
Matthew Kish
St. Elmo Steak House was the top-selling restaurant in 2005, ringing up $11.3 million in sales, but the Cheesecake Factory, Oceanaire, Maggiano's Little Italy, Sullivan's Steakhouse and P.F. Chang's, among others, all topped $5 million.
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