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Sondy's Sycamore Grille



For a truly unique dining experience and mouth watering cuisine visit Sondy's Sycamore Grille in downtown Kokomo, The City of Firsts. From the Pork and Chicken choices of Award Winning BBQ Ribs, Teriyaki Chicken and Veggie Stir Fry to the Seafood entrees of Nutty Grouper and Tequila Lime Shrimp, Sondy's is sure to please even the most critical of food connoisseurs.

Sondy's Sycamore Grille is one of the select few restaurants in the United States to offer Certified Angus Beef entrees. Some of our Angus Beef selections are Bacon Wrapped Sirloin, Bourbon Strip and Steak Sondy. All entrees are served with salad and choice of potato. We also feature a large selection of Import Beers and specialty drinks.

Dining Room Hours
Sondy's is open Monday through Thursday from 11AM until 11PM. On Friday our hours are 11AM until 2AM and then Saturday we open from 4PM until 2AM. We have a disc jockey on Fridays and Saturdays. The restaurant is closed on Sundays.

Reservations are recommended and we have do have banquet facilitits available.

A bit of history
The Grille's interior features architectural accents from several other well known Kokomo buildings. The beautiful front door and amber glass panels are from the original First Presbyterian Church. The stained glass in the entry of the bar is an oak tree. It came from a mansion in Indianapolis, and is valued at $12,000. The Blue Brothers statues came from an antique shop in Savannah, Georgia. Our telephone booth is made from four doors from the second floor of the Elks building in Logansport.

The bomb sticking through the wall came from an army surplus store in 1984. Some of our fish, hanging throughout the restaurant, are made of paper mache and were created by an artist named Egg in Key West. The bird heads in our booth area are paper mache helmets that were used in a 1925 civic opera in Chicago. The opera was Snow Maiden. In the bar area, the Potomic Pot Belly Stove was built in the early 1900's. The table across from the bar is an old banker's table. It came from Howard County National Bank. On top of the bar is an original RCA Nipper made from paper mache in the 1950s. The wildcat is a replica of the Kokomo Wildkat's basketball team mascot.

The huge door that leads into our Banquet Room came from a mansion in Indianapolis and is made from two types of wood, one oak and one quarter sawn mahogany. The inlaid hanging wood panel in the Banquet Room was made in the mid 1800s. The telephone was made in Kokomo.

The decorative Frieze in the front of the ceiling of the New Yorker Room originally graced the Palmer Jewelry Building. All of the woodwork in our dining room came from the Masonic Lodge in Warsaw, Indiana. The Globe stove was built in Kokomo in 1915 and is one of the finest examples in the nation. The mural on the wall was created by local artist, Jonathan Russell.

We hope you enjoy the history behind the building and feel free to look around when visiting.




Located in downtown Kokomo at 113 W. Sycamore St. From HWY US 31 take Markland Rd. west towards downtown. Follow Markland until you reach S. Union St. Then take a right onto S. Union St. and continue going north until you reach Sycamore St. At the stoplight on Sycamore St. please turn left (one way road), you will come to Main St. You will see the Howard County Court House to your right. Please proceed through the intersection and Sondy's Sycamore Grille will be located on your left or the south side of the Downtown Square.



Entree prices range from $11.95 to $28.95.

Prices subject to change without notice.








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