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The Eagles Nest

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Restaurant Guide Update: April 2018

A tour of the city’s best dining.

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Great Nights Out: With Out-of-Towners

1933 Lounge We hear there’s a pretty good shrimp cocktail here … You want ritzy? You go straight to the clubby environs above St. Elmo Steak House, all dark wood and brick and plush seating, where pretty young things in red body-con dresses serve perfectly chilled martinis (plus the place’s signature cocktail, the bourbon-and-vanilla-laced Elmo […]

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10 of the Priciest Dishes at Indy Restaurants

Meals ranging from $48 to $119 should leave you with a satisfied stomach, and a lighter wallet.

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Cheap Eats: Wheel of Deals

Great weekly deals at: Tex-Mex, Slippery Noodle Inn, Colts Grille and more.

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Top Five: Indy's Romantic Tables

At one end of Cerulean, an enclosed birchwood hut called “The Nest” makes for a cozy hideaway.

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The Eagle's Nest Has Landed

With its famously shifting panoramic view, The Eagles Nest (1 S. Capitol Ave, 317-616-6170) has always been good for a change of scenery. But after nearly two months of renovations, the circular restaurant will have yet another look. Although still under construction, a recent tour of the space revealed promising touches like silver champagne bubble designs on the walls and new carpet (no more maroon). Expect an all-new contemporary, vibrant design—something to capture the glitzy downtown experience the restaurant has become famous for. Signature pieces of furniture are being crafted specifically for the space, which will feature gold satin wall covering, bright artwork against white walls, and industrial silver pendant lighting. Coinciding with this first full renovation in 10 years, the restaurant is bringing in award-winning chef and cookbook author, John Pivar to man the kitchen. Doors are slated to reopen Nov. 17.

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