Written by Puff Staff

Friday, 27 January 2012

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sullivans steakhouse

Gentlemen’s Clubs
Hey, you’re away from home, so why not check out a strip club or two?

Brad's Brass Flamingo
4011 Southeastern Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46203

This club has it all, including 50-inch TVs, pool tables, cigars, drink specials and $10 lap dances! There’s also topless and bikini stage dancing, a VIP champagne room, a full bar and a happy hour complimentary buffet. Just for Super Bowl week, the club is open 10 a.m. to 5 a.m. and offers a free breakfast buffet.

Rick’s Cabaret Indianapolis

3551 Lafayette Road
Indianapolis, IN 46254



Another well-appointed gentleman’s club, the Indy branch of the Rick’s Cabaret chain offers three stages, VIP rooms, and a wide selection of alcohol, food and cigars. Rick’s is pulling out all the stops for Super Bowl week, with 2009 Penthouse Pet of the Year Taya Parker doing two performances per night on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Fine Dining
You can’t live on cigars or liquor alone, so you have to eat something once in a while. What puts you in the mood for some football like a big, juicy steak?

St. Elmo’s Steak House
127 S. Illinois St.
Indianapolis, IN 46225



There are several good reasons for dining at this over 100-year-old restaurant and bar. One is their legendary shrimp cocktail, which is a must before actually digging into your steak. The other is that Indy QB Peyton Manning is a regular, and just might invite younger bro Eli to join him at his fave hangout. Even if you don’t get to rub shoulders with any NFL stars, you’ll be well-fed from St. Elmo’s extensive selection of steaks and seafood.

Sullivan’s Steakhouse
3316 E. 86th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46240

This steakhouse wins raves not only for its melt-in-your-mouth steaks but also its jazz-age speakeasy atmosphere. The house specialty is the 20-ounce Kansas City strip, served with decadent horseradish mashed potatoes. Sullivan’s also offers a large selection of wines and martinis.

Fogo de Chão Churrascaria

117 E. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204




For the serious carnivore, this Brazilian steakhouse is the place! The Fogo dining experience is unique, as you begin by visiting the salad and sides bar to choose from 30 delicious items, then sit down and signal for the gaucho chefs to start bringing you a choice of 15 cuts of meat, including top sirloin, filet mignon, rib eye, beef ribs, lamb, pork loin or chicken. All this decadence doesn’t come cheap—Fogo de Chao in Indy will be celebrating Super Bowl week with extended hours, plus a dinner of meat, gourmet salad bar and Brazilian sides for $65 per person. Don’t bother coming here unless you’re really hungry!

The Oceanaire Seafood Room
30 S. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Not in the mood for steak? This elegantly appointed seafood restaurant will satisfy your longing for things that come from the sea. The oyster bar offers six different varieties of the popular mollusk, as well as a chilled shellfish platter of shrimp, lobster, snow crab and fresh oysters that could be a meal in itself. For true decadence, try the Oceanaire Surf and Turf—a 1.25 lb. Maine Lobster with a six oz. filet.

Even if your favorite team loses, have a blast in Indianapolis!

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