10 of the Priciest Dishes at Indy Restaurants

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1. $119
TJ’s Tomahawk at Prime 47 (formerly J. Hamman Prime, formerly Mo’s … A Place for Steaks). To be fair, at 30 ounces, this whopper is really sized for two.
47 S. Pennsylvania St., 317-624-0720, prime47.com

2. $107
Wagyu filet at Prime 47

3. $92
Chateaubriand for Two at Eddie Merlot’s
3645 E. 96th St., 317-846-8303, eddiemerlots.com

4. $88.95
Wild Alaska Red King Crab served with drawn butter and lemon at The Oceanaire Seafood Room
30 S. Meridian St., 317-955-2277, theoceanaire.com

5. $68
Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeye (28 oz.) at Eddie Merlot’s

6. $65.90
Dry-aged New York strip topped with truffle-poached lobster with bearnaise sauce and caviar at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar
8487 Union Chapel Rd., 317-466-0175, flemingssteakhouse.com

7. $52.95
The Porterhouse steak at St. Elmo Steak House
127 S. Illinois St., 317-635-0636, stelmos.com

8. $49
JCP Center Cut Double Filet (14 oz.) served with cabernet veal jus, balsamic roasted tomato, and living watercress at Peterson’s Restaurant
7690 E. 96th St., Fishers, 317-598-8863, petersonsrestaurant.com

9. $48
Rack of elk served as twin chops with root vegetable mash in a cabernet reduction at The Eagle’s Nest
The Hyatt Regency, 1 S. Capitol Ave., 317-616-6170, The Eagle’s Nest

10. $48
Twin lobster tails with asparagus and drawn butter at Ocean Prime
8555 N. River Rd., 317-569-0975, oceanprimeindy.com

 

This article appeared in Menu Guide 2014.

 

 

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