Devour Indy is back. Here's how to save $10

Scenes inside of Louvino participating in Devour Indy featuring dishes such as brussels sprouts, shrimp n grits, and a chocolate chip beignets Tuesday, August 24, 2021 at Louvino on Massachusetts Ave, Indianapolis.

Indy’s two-week restaurant promotion is back on.

Devour Indy’s Winterfest session, produced by the Indiana Restaurant & Lodging Association, features deals designed to get folks into local restaurants from upscale steakhouses to pizza joints.

About 100 eateries, several with multiple locations, are participating in this session, which runs from Jan. 23 to Feb 5. A summer promotion kicks off in August. The promotions are meant to help boost business at local restaurants that typically see lulls during those periods.

For diners, it's a two-week period to try new restaurants as well as visit some old favorites that might otherwise be beyond their budgets.

However, customers may not find the deals quite as financially tempting this year, due to inflation and supply chain issues.

St. Elmo Steakhouse Devour Indy deal

In summer 2020 the Devour Indy menu at St. Elmo Steak House had diners paying $38 for the three-piece shrimp cocktail, a choice of navy bean soup or house salad and either a six-ounce filet, eight-ounce prime ribeye, crab-stuffed jumbo shrimp or roasted chicken breast with wild mushroom risotto.

In January 2023 the St. Elmo’s deal with a six-ounce filet will start at $50. The shrimp and chicken entrees are $44 and a 14-ounce New York Strip $76.

But there’s a chance to get to almost 2020 pricing.

Huse Culinary, owner of St. Elmo, Harry & Izzy’s and other restaurants, will take $10 off of the Devour Indy dinner menus at all of its properties on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Huse Culinary helps prop up the program every year.

But several restaurants are joining for the first time.

New Devour Indy deals

Among the newbies:

-1830 Chophouse in Lebanon offers a $40 deal that lets you select from baked oysters, shrimp cocktail, a cup of soup or a small cobb salad to start; blackened mahi, pork loin au poivre and veal loin for a main and an Oreo cheesecake trifle, pecan and cranberry bread pudding or chef’s feature for dessert.

-1947 Eatery & Lounge, 5846 E. 82nd St., charges $28 for lunch or dinner. Butter chicken, mattar paneer, Amritsari chole and laziz soya chaap curry are among the dishes offered along with a variety of appetizers and desserts.

-Biryani Hut in Noblesville, which specializes in the South Indian regional rice dish, features a $23 three-course lunch or dinner special that includes a choice of paneer butter masala, chicken jalfrezi, chicken dum biryani and veggie dum biryani.

-Ten Hands Social Bar & Eatery pizza spot inside the Westin Indianapolis, 241 W. Washington St., has a $25 offer that will get you smoked chicken wings, short rib tacos or salad as a starter ahead of your choice of a cheeseburger, sandwich or pizza.

For a list of participating Devour Indy restaurants, visit

Contact IndyStar reporter Cheryl V. Jackson at or 317-444-6264. Follow her on Twitter: @cherylvjackson.

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