If health and wellness is your new year’s resolution, we support you! And the best part is, you can still dine at your favorite Huse Culinary restaurants while sticking to your goals. Below is a round-up of our most popular health-conscious dishes from St. Elmo Steak House, The HC Tavern + Kitchen, 1933 Lounge and Harry & Izzy’s.
Let 2023 be the year to have it all!
Harry & Izzy's
Take your typical kale salad, turn it up a couple notches, and you have the fan-favorite Emerald Kale Salad from Harry & Izzy's. We pair the leafy greens with dried cranberries, green onion, red cabbage, sunflower seeds, fresh mint and aged Manchego cheese then dress it all up with an herbaceous cilantro vinaigrette and peanut satay sauce. Pro tip -- add blackened salmon or chicken for some added protein. Enjoy this satisfying and healthy meal at Harry & Izzy's Downtown and Northside locations for lunch or dinner any day of the week.
1933 Lounge Fishers
Eating a salad for lunch or dinner doesn't mean what it used to mean. Take the 1933 Lounge's Heirloom Tomato Burrata for example, with layers upon layers of thick tomato slices and creamy burrata cheese topped with aged balsamic vinegar and pickled red onions. Pile it all atop grilled polenta bread and enjoy every last bite. This menu staple is always on the menu at the 1933 Lounge at the Fishers District.
The HC Tavern + Kitchen
Our steaks aren't the only things we grill around here. Executive Chef Adam Waldrip of The HC Tavern + Kitchen grills fresh romaine hearts to bring a smoky tender bite to his caesar salads. The gentle char on the leaves adds a tasty contrast to the zesty Parmiagiano-Reggiano, herb crostini croutons, and grilled lemon. Top it all off with grilled chicken or shrimp. Dinner (or lunch) is served!
St. Elmo Steak House
The classics never go out of style. Pair any St. Elmo Steak House entrée with a classic wedge salad on the side for an easy yet delicious way to lighten up your dinner.
Whatever your goals are for the new year, just make sure to have some fun along the way.