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East-side restaurant upgrades with expanded patio

East-side restaurant upgrades with expanded patio

Sarah Sole

It’s a whole new world at Top Steakhouse.

After working hard on an expansion project, the restaurant at 2891 E. Main St. has opened an improved patio for dining.

According to a release, the eatery opened the patio on July 30. It features 82 tabletop seats, and a 16-seat bar, upping the restaurant’s total seating by about 75%.


It also takes the interior decor and applies it in the outdoor setting, with black and white stripes on a wall, booth seating, and an outdoor bar.

The improvements stand in stark contrast to the original area.

This past winter, Jean Adkins, who co-owns the eatery with husband Denver Adkins, sister Emily Schoedinger and her husband Matt, and parents Joyce and Craig Hoover, told us that the patio could only fit up to 30 people.

“It’s small and it’s quaint,” she said then.

It’s definitely not small anymore.

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