Indianapolis, IN Edition: Historic Steer In

By Candace Nelson - 9:18 PM

Sterling Drive Inn

The Historic Steer In is an Indianapolis restaurant that has been featured on Diners, Drive Ins abd Dives.

"This community establishment was about to disappear before a mother and son bought and revived it. Guy enjoyed the meatball sandwich with homemade marinara sauce. The noodles are made fresh for the stick-to-your-ribs beef and noodles. Feeling hungry? Try the stuffed pizza made to order. Special Dishes: Meatball Sandwich, Beef and Noodles, Stuffed Pizza."

I followed in Guy's footsteps with the beef and noodles. Plus mac & cheese and mashed potatoes. Talk about comfort food. Few things are better than thick, homemade noodles and that hits the spot. Perfectly soft-chewy with a nice salty sauce from the bedf.

"In 1960, the restaurant was opened as "Laughner's Steer In". In 1964, Harold Phillips purchased the restaurant and was the owner until 2007. It was known as "Harold's Steer In". In November 2007, the Kehrer family purchased it and changed the name to "Historic Steer In". We have several of the original recipes, including the signature burger Twin Steer, Cole Slaw and Cream Pie. Our menu has expanded with several of our family recipes."

Sterling Drive Inn

Grade: B

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