Tuesday, October 17, 2006

More on Keystone Grill Closing

Christy Speer has, well, the dish on the closing at Keystone Grill and what will replace it. From Indianapolis Monthly's weekly Dish:

--Well, it's official: The rumors we'd been hearing about the demise of Keystone Grill (8650 Keystone Crossing, 848-5202) have been affirmed. The restaurant (which has managed to weather Indy's dining scene since opening in the mid '80s) is closing--immediately. At the end of this week, the Grill's parent company, California-based El Torito Grill, will begin a quickie makeover of the upscale seafood spot into a high-end Mexican place modeled after two other El Toritos on the west coast. Why the (sudden and surprisingly quiet) change? A staffer reports that the company decided to streamline the restaurant with its western counterparts, including a standard Mexican menu--all to be unveiled in the beginning of December. The restaurant--as we know it--will serve its last meal on the 21st.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

has the Keystone Grill ever been another restaurant sine it opened?