St. Elmo's Steak House
St. Elmo Steak House has been a downtown landmark since opening in 1902. Named after the patron saint of sailors St. Elmo, the tiger oak back-bar still gives the place a feel of the old Chicago style steak houses. Founded by Joe Stahr as a small tavern it has grown into one of the top chop houses in the US. All entrées are served with Navy Bean or Tomato soup and Baked Potato, House Cut-Fries, Redskin Mashed, or Green Beans. Had the Navy Bean soup, delicious, and the Redskin Mashed along with my Bone-In Dry Aged Cowboy Ribeye. I usually have no problem finishing what is put in front of me but the ribeye did me in. I also need to mention the appetizer they are famous for, it is a 15.95 shrimp cocktail with their own house-made horseradish cocktail sauce. Word of warning, it is out of this world hot. Of course my first bite I had the shrimp loaded up and it took all of 4 sec for the fires of hell to suck the oxygen right out of me. Thru the tears I could not stop eating it, its addictive.
I am certain reservations are needed the bar and restaurant were packed to the corners all night. Very warm and comfortable, old school steak house.

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