1875: The Steakhouse at French Lick Springs Hotel

Start with elegant, contemporary flavors and add a grand setting steeped in history. It’s a recipe for good taste at 1875: The Steakhouse. Named to commemorate May 17, 1875, the date of the first Kentucky Derby, the signature restaurant of French Lick Springs Hotel boasts an elegant atmosphere ideal with live piano music on weekends, an open kitchen and a view of the hotel’s scenic gardens and iconic Pluto Spring Gazebo. Serving 100% premium aged Midwest, corn-fed Angus beef, 1875: The Steakhouse offers choice cuts aged to be tender and full of flavor.

Try the newest menu additions from chef de cuisine Ryan West: the Chipotle Barbecue Wagyu Steakburger, or the Surf and Turf featuring a 5-ounce cold-water lobster tail alongside a 7-ouce filet mignon with Béarnaise sauce and demi-glace. Mixologist Tomi Parker also serves up drinks that dazzle, from the signature Bloody Mary to the award-winning French Lick Manhattan. Ample in space for groups of 10 to 40, or a cozy spot for a couple’s night out, treat yourself to the experience of 1875: The Steakhouse. 

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