About Skyline Club
The Skyline Club Board of Governors have given approval to open the Skyline Club to the public for dinner for a limited time. The Skyline Club, a private business club that sits at the top of the One America building has panoramic views of the city's skyline, Lucas Oil Stadium and Monument Circle. Elegance without being stuffy. Bring a group or enjoy a romantic table for two,the view is always amazing at the top!
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 8:30pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Ohio & Illinois
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
There is underground parking in our building, or meter parking available on the street.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Located on the 36th floor of the OneAmerica building in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. Floor to Ceiling Windows, the club overlooks Monument Circle and Lucas Oil Stadium.
Skyline Club Ratings and Reviews
We went for the lunch buffet during Devo ...
We went for the lunch buffet during Devour Downtown. The restaurant and view of monument circle were amazing. Nice soft music playing made it easy to talk to friends. The food selection and quality were outstanding! The shrimp alone were worth the $15 special price. My palate was so happy I could have cried tears of joy! Our waitress was also extremely friendly. Hoping to go back some evening for the view.
My $35 steak had more Grizzle on it the ...
My $35 steak had more Grizzle on it then what I could buy at Marsh or the local grocery store the lobster bisque is overrated.
The view is nice the service was awful me and my husband went and I was totally ignored no drink refills for me
What a rip off. Buyers beware. There i ...
What a rip off. Buyers beware. There is a service fee that they add on to the price - our case $53 dollars. Waiter played it off as not his tip. So we tipped additional. Next day looked at the voucher - says no need to tip Service this time was also slow. Salad to dinner a major delay. We have bought this before and enjoyed it very much. NO SO this time. What a shame for you to ruin a enjoyable event that we liked. Oh, as soon as we made entrance to dinning area, manager took voucher, now we know why.
The décor and ambiance are this restaurant's only positive attributes, but even this it failed to use to its advantage. We recently had Mother's Day brunch here. We requested a table near the windows to enjoy the view but we were told these tables are reserved for members of the club. To our surprise most of these tables remained empty our entire time there.
The food was at best mediocre and the service was amateurish and rushed which made this a very poor choice for a special event like our Mother's 93d birthday.
It only had four tables with guests. Mos ...
It only had four tables with guests. Most tables had elderly guests. The television was on to a sports program. The blinds were closed so the view seemed to be lost on us! The food was fine but overpriced. The room was hot from the sun beating in, which was probably why the blinds were drawn. The service was excellent.
Not what we expected-big disappointment
My husband, son, and I went to dinner expecting great food and service. We were sadly mistaken. My husband had the worst steak of his life and my Mahi mahi was tasteless.
The server did not know the menu and had to refer to another several times. If your main dish is steak I would expect you to know what kind of steak you are serving.
We will never be back and I will make sure I pass along our horrible experience!
The most exquisite dining experience I h ...
The most exquisite dining experience I have had the pleasure to experience. The service was friendly and I was never left wanting. The food was utterly delightful; the scallops were particularly good. On top of it all the view was unbeatable. Overall a lovely way to spend Valentines Day; I would do it again in a heartbeat.
Good place to eat despite being a little snooty
I had never heard of the Skyline Club until Devour. Then when I start speaking about it to others it was mentioned that it was like the Eagle's Nest, but better. So, I made the reservation and had some high expectations, particularly after reading Google reviews. Getting into the building required signing in with security. Once we got up to the 36th floor, we were greeted by a receptionist which had us complete a card (relevant because of Devour). There were plenty of window seats and we had asked for just that. We were told that window seats were reserved for members that would be coming in (4 tables by the windows available at 8:30 at night). Oooookay. Regardless, the view was still nice and the wait staff was excellent. The Passion Melon martini is a must have. As is the salmon. Overall, nice place. Just watch out for the snark.
We've dined at Skyline Club many times, ...
We've dined at Skyline Club many times, but we were extremely disappointed January 29th. The disappointment started upon arrival, our reservations weren't available. We had to wait 30 minutes for seating and when we were finally seated, we had to wait 30 minutes for bread. I absolutely love the lobster bisque, however this night, it was barely lukewarm. Once dinner arrived, despite being well flavored, I immediately recognized the mashed potatoes, medallions, and asparagus were at best room temperature. On the other hand, our server Ricio, was extremely kind, attentive, and apologetic for some of the inconveniences experienced this night. Our view was amazing as always and the vodka martini was excellent.
The view of Monument Circle is phenomena ...
The view of Monument Circle is phenomenal but more that that the food was outstanding. We had gone for Devour Downtown Indy. Our drinks did not come as quickly as the manager thought it should have, so no charge was made for them. It's well worth the visit!
We selected Skyline Club as our restaurant of choice to have dinner the night of our wedding; the staff was gracious and accommodating. The food, amazing; I had the coffee crusted pork chops served with mashed potatoes and asparagus. My wife chose the scallops. Both dishes were phenomenal. A little confusion about the bill, 20% gratuity was automatically added for our party of two, without an additional tip line to add to the gratuity. I'm not one two pay for an expensive meal and stiff the servers, so I was a little thrown by not being able to adequately tip the staff members who served us. Overall, great service, wonderful food, and such a unique dinning experience.
Failed to meet expectations
We went for Mother's Day brunch. There was a great variety of food and some of it was very good while some was fairly pedestrian. My two big complaints were that they added a 20% gratuity on a bill for a buffet when all our server did was refill our soft drinks which were charged for on top of the cost of the $50 buffet. I thought that was a bit excessive.
Terrific evening, excellant food, what a view!
We had an outstanding experience having dinner at the Skyline Club. Everyone was friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Our waiter, Chad was very cordial and thoughtful. All the server staff went out of their way to see to it that we were well cared for. Our food was delicious, perfectly prepared and nicely presented. Our experience was better than we had even anticipated. Thank you, Skyline Club!
Service was outstanding, view was amazin ...
Service was outstanding, view was amazing, food was good but not great... This was my first time visiting Skyline Club. A couple major recommendations I would have for them is to open parking garage when it is supposed to be open, and direct people where to go to enter building when building is closed... Our reservations were for 5:30. The garage underneath the building was supposed to open at 5. We arrived at 5:15 and garage door was closed despite the sign displaying as Open. We ended up parking on the street (Illinois Street) and walking up to entry of building but doors were locked. Walked around corner to another set of entry doors also locked. Thank goodness a security guard noticed us and let us in. It was 5 degrees outside and we were walking around trying to figure out how to get in. Apparently the entrance after hours is on the New York street side but we were never informed nor were there any signs stating this. Very unprofessional. Oh and it was Valentines Day.....
Best Dining Experience in Indy Yet
Going in we figured this would be an amazing experience from talking to others and being a part of other dinners that were of the same caliber, but Skylne Club not only didn't disappoint but exceeded our expectations. I have gluten and corn allergies and for the first time in years without any complications or hassle I could eat each course off the menu. Each dish brought out was exquisite and set our taste buds on fire with enjoyment! We have enjoyed many fine dining experiences and have quite a palette for complex and top notch food, and each new course topped the other. The lobster bisque was unique, the salad was adventurous, the main course (both the steak and salmon) had robust flavors, and he dessert...oh the dessert....creamy melt-in-your-mouth cheesecake and a chocolate dish like no other. Nothing was overdone, nothing was disappointing, and everything left us wanting more. That being said, we couldn't have taken another bite. We both left full but not stuffed, satisfied, and happily ready to take on the rest of our evening.
The environment was beautiful, overlooking the city and superbly decorated. The staff were all polite and helpful, and took great care in seeing our time was enjoyable and inviting. The whole setup was warm and comfortable, elegant but not overly pretentious or stuffy. This would not be a place to show up in a t-shirt obviously but I still feel like if I did they would have been humble and kind about the whole situation.
Both my husband and I would recommend this restaurant (and already have) to anyone needing a few hours of beautiful, relaxing, and delicious delights. When it comes to the cost, of course this isn't an TGI Friday's but we have spent a great deal more at other restaurants and were not happy with the environment or food. We loved our experience so much, in fact, we are thinking of becoming club members.
So if you are wanting a romantic meal, Skyline Club is the place to try. We will be returning!
Not worth the price
My boyfriend and I visited as part of the recent Devour Downtown. This was a dining spot I have wanted to visit for years due to the beautiful views. And that did not disappoint, the view was spectacular of downtown at night and the ambiance allowed for a romantic feel. As a self proclaimed lover of food, the food however was considerably sub par. Nothing that we ordered was more than just acceptable, and the risotto was so bad and watery that I sent it back. Sadly this is another case of a restaurant laming out on the Devour menu because they don't feel it will bring them business, and with the quality of this food they are right. My suggestion is to save your money and just ask if you can walk through to see the view instead.
Classy, scenic, quiet, and great food
I took my wife to the Skyline Club for our anniversary. Right off the bat the setting is quaint and very classy. The view is fantastic. The lighting is dim which further highlights the view of the city lights. The service was excellent and the food was some of the best I have ever had.
View!!! Ambiance, and food
Birthday celebration during Devour! What a perfect place! We sat right next to the windows with views from southwest to east over the city. Wow! Many photos, including some taken by our attentive waitperson. The cathedral-height ceilings absorbed sounds so that we could very easily converse without yelling or straining to hear. The decor is beautiful everywhere. The food was fantastic, contrary to some other reviews that we had read before scheduling our event. We are considering joining the Club just to be able to again appreciate the beauty of the Skyline Club area.
The Skyline Club is private, and we are not members, but we try to take advantage of a Devour Downtown, when it's open to the public for a few days.
The view from the 36th floor is spectacular! We have been at night, and the lights are gorgeous. However we prefer the daylight because you can see so many landmarks.
The lunch menu is a buffet, and we try to avoid those, but this one is wonderful. The menu varies, but this time they had smoked salmon, huge cocktail shrimp, delicious grilled veggies, wonderful tuna salad, several entrees and light desserts. All this for $15/person. This is well worth a trip!
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