Indianapolis is a ‘meat and potatoes’ type of town. That tends to happen when you’re located some 600 miles from the nearest coastline. That’s why it’s not too hard to see why many of the most popular restaurants tend to be purveyors of USDA Prime. Several more steakhouses are ready to come online soon, one may rightly be concerned that the city may succumb to meat-induced cardiac arrest. The steak market in Indy has had a number of favorites come and go over the years. One sentimental favorite had the chops to last half of a century on the near south side.