Floating high above the stunning Indianapolis skyline on the 36th floor of the OneAmerica building is the exclusive Skyline Club and Restaurant in Indianapolis. More often than not, Indianapolis businesses choose this private club in which to do their networking; it was created for just such auspicious occasions. Although the distinguished Skyline Club is by invitation only, they do frequently arrange private gatherings for visiting groups and have recently opened to the general public for dinner.
The Club offers top-drawer dining in private rooms that can accommodate up to 300 guests, excellent venues for the high-toned receptions and meals that are produced there “At the Top,” as they say.
The views of Indianapolis are breathtaking, the service and cuisine divine. Executive Chef Scott Reifenberger is in charge of the gourmet fare, whether it goes out to a party of one or an event with hundreds of participants. The menu varies according to the season, in order to maintain the highest quality for Skyline Club V.I.P.s, and the Chef offers to customized meals for any dietary need or preference.
|In this video, shot by WISH TV Channel 8 at the Skyline Club Restaurant in Indianapolis, Executive Chef Reifenberger divulges his method of cooking a Fuji Apple and Butternut Squash Strudel.|
The lunch menu includes such attractive items as an Avocado and Mango Salad, Pistachio Crusted Scallops, Ginger Glazed Pork Tenderloins and the Skyline Panini. Dinner offers other, heartier gourmet items, such as a Carpaccio of Prim Beef, Lobster Bisque, Braised Veal Cheeks with rosemary goat cheese polenta, a Warm Duck Confit, Cilantro and Lemongrass Crusted Salmon, Roasted Filet Mignon with stacked potatoes and grilled asparagus, Tasmanian Salmon-Wrapped Diver Scallops, Veal Saltimbocca, Crispy Duck Breast served with figs and shallots and Wild Mushroom Risotto with baby spinach, a tomato and herb salad and parmesan cheese.
Drinks at the Skyline Club tend to be as innovative and chic as the guests who enjoy them. Specialty cocktails include a Mocha Martini, a White Chocolate Cake with Smirnoff and White Creme de Cacao and the house Stoli Dirty Martini. The wine list is excellent, and the coffees are flaming, such as the Millionaire’s Coffee with Kahlua, Baileys and Frangelico.
The Skyline Club Restaurant‘s kitchen also maintains an “All-Day, Anytime Menu,” which offers appetizers, salads and sandwiches. On this abbreviated list, members will find such favorites as the Club’s Chipotle-Rosemary Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp, their Gingham Salad and several satisfying sandwiches, burgers and wraps.
Dining excellence is ensured at the Skyline Club Restaurant by their adherence to “Time to Dine Steps of Service,” a top-of-the-line culinary standard that provides unobtrusive and efficient service, upscale cuisine without overly-elaborate dish presentations, premium quality signature items and desserts made on the premises, and knowledgeable servers. They also specialize in their thirty-minute lunch and their sixty-minute dinner, recognizing that time is, indeed, money, especially in downtown Indianapolis, the power center of the Circle City.
Indiana has no finer, more convenient private business club for dining.
Fantastic view of downtown, the Indianapolis Canal and White River from the Skyline Club
Private meeting room at the Skyline Club in Indianapolis
Banquet Room at the Skyline Club in Indianapolis, IN
Main dining room at the Skyline Club in Indianapolis, IN
The Skyline Club has a fabulous sky-light ceiling
Skyline Club Restaurant
One American Square
Indianapolis, IN 46282
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