Indianapolis boasts a few restaurants more than one hundred years old. Eateries like the legendary Hollyhock Hill and St. Elmo's Steakhouse are classic staples in the capital city. But for every legendary local restaurant that exists today, several more are mere memories. Diners can no longer feast on heaping piles of coconut shrimp at the Key West Shrimp House or sip on a Brandy Alexander at Fireside after a well-cooked steak, but their legacies still live on. Author Jeff Kamm explores the historic restaurants and most-missed locales that continue to define Indianapolis's culinary heritage.
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Indiana native Jeffrey S. Kamm is operations manager at the International Center in Indianapolis and a contributor to the website HistoricIndianapolis.com. He writes a weekly column for the site "At Your Leisure" that focuses on historic restaurants, hotels, theaters, artistic organizations and sport franchises. Jeff has worked in the hotel industry and earned a bachelor of science in hospitality and tourism management from Purdue University.
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