Dishing out family-style dinners since 1953, The Iron Skillet represents the essence of traditional Hoosier cuisine. The menus come glued to school slates, and the white china is emblazoned with the restaurant's name in a medieval font. The entrees seem to symbolize the in-home, family dining tradition so often associated with a vision of the Midwest and, consequently, with Indianapolis. Atmospherically, this place provides patrons with a hearty dose of nostalgia, while satisfying their appetite with home-style cooking from times past.
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