It looks something like a cross between a UFO and an Orwelian Martian, but the Weber Grill turned out to be more than a big kettle. The big backyard grilling toy and the smoky goodness it imparts turned out to be a real sensation. The Weber Grill Restaurant is likewise something of a phenomenon. With several locations in the Midwest, they have lately opened a glitzy but comfortable new restaurant in Indianapolis‘ downtown sector. The facility can easily accommodate 350 diners, but it also offers several private party rooms for groups from 15 to 95 guests.
The moment you pass through its snazzy entrance, you know you are in for a treat. The Weber Grill is an endearing place, offering barbecue classics like seared Angus steaks, juicy smoked burgers, salads galore and even a veggie burger to die for. Considered the epitome of the American backyard steakhouse, the Weber Grill Restaurant also makes such favorites as pizza, cornbread, chicken, fish, smoked sausage, cole slaw and “Jim Beam Bourbon Baked Beans.”
The barbecue menu is, as you might expect, simply staggering. Of all the great restaurants in downtown Indianapolis, you could do no better than to choose the Weber Grill when you find yourself hankering the good old American barbecue taste. Smoked turkey breast, barbecue meatloaf, barbecue chicken, midwestern style pulled pork or pork ribs, smoked beef brisket, the list goes on and on.
Looking for a special gift for Dad, who already has two of everything? How about monthly cooking classes? He can become an expert at the holy grill, and you’ll be giving him something that will last a lifetime. With more than fifty years of experience, Weber Grill gurus have a great tradition to pass on.
Located in the heart of Indianapolis, just a block away from the famous Indiana War Memorial at Indianapolis’ Monument Circle, the Weber Grill is at the top of lots of people’s “things to do in Indianapolis” list. Sample their smoky succulence soon, and you’ll know exactly why.
Weber’s restaurant sells their signature spice rubs and sauces too. You can get their famous barbecue spice in a bottle for under four dollars, their “Beer Can Chicken Spice,” popular seasoning salt, and of course the Smokey Joe’s hot hickory sauce or sweet & chunky sauce for under five bucks apiece.
Take home your Weber Grill restaurant experience, and don’t forget where to go the next time you get the barbecue hankering. They’ll be waiting for you with open tongs.
Weber Grill Restaurant
10 N Illinois St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
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