INDIANAPOLIS — When NBA teams come to town to take on the Pacers, there are only a few places the teams will be allowed to eat because of COVID-19 restrictions.
The NBA and the players' association drew up a short list of approved restaurants including St. Elmo Steakhouse, Prime 47 and Union 50.
According to ESPN, the league said a restaurant must have outdoor space or a secure private room that doesn't share air space with the rest of the restaurant.
Servers will have to wear masks and maintain six feet of distance. There also has to be a secure entrance and exit for the players to limit exposure to other diners.
St. Elmo posted about the designation on it's Facebook page saying in part: "We strive to make each guest that walks through our door feel welcome and safe, all while not taking away from an exceptional dining experience."