Deals in Northside

43% Off Painting Party at Bottle & Bottega - Fort Wayne

Bottle & Bottega - Fort Wayne

Multiple Locations

$35 $20

Patrons drink, paint, and mingle as an experienced artist leads them step-by-step through the creation of their own painting masterpiece

JCPenney Portraits – Up to 88% Off Photo Shoots

JCPenney Portraits

Glenbrook Mall

$129.93 $25

Professional photographers capture families, babies, and individuals with custom backgrounds, props, and variety of poses

67% Off Résumé & Cover-Letter Services

JC Résumés

Online Deal

$260 $85

Professional résumé writers craft job-search documents for range of positions with 99.4% client-satisfaction rate

Up to 71% Off Nutrition Coach Certification

National Association for Fitness Certification

Online Deal

$349 $109

Online certification programs can be the first step towards becoming a professional nutritionist

92% Off Accounting and Bookkeeping Certification Course

IT University Online

Online Deal

$895 $69

Online modules with reviews and customizable practice exams teach students how to run their company's books efficiently

50% Off Snow Removal

Imperial Maintenance, Inc.

On Location

$100 $50

Professional technicians ward off winter's worst by clearing snow from residential sidewalks, driveways, and yards

$200 Worth of Moving Services

Here To There Movers

Redeem from Home

$200 $99

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Licensed and insured movers cart heavy items, such as bookshelves, boxes, and pianos

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Pio Market II owner Neal Butler began work at the market while he was still in high school. In 1981, he purchased the business, making the expert slicing and trimming of fresh meats his primary occupation. Butler also finds time to converse with his patrons, as evidenced by FortWayne.com's photographic exploration of the historic meat market. The photos also reveal a charmingly antique aesthetic created by signs, bottles, and vintage touch-screens salvaged from the market's opening in the 1920s.

1225 E State Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Family owned and operated for over 50 years! Excellent ribs, steaks and seafood. We specialize in homemade items such as hand cut french fries and homemade salad dressings along with our signature BBQ sauce. Old school, Chicago steakhouse atmosphere.

1235 E State Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

InkWorks helps businesses and entrepreneurs advertise and expand their clientele with full-color, high-quality printed materials. After setting up an appointment to discuss printing needs face-to-face with the owner at a local coffee shop, ink thinkers can dive into the specifics of their projects. The shop showcases its caliber of design with an online gallery of striking samples, from eye-popping business cards ($39–$99) to colorful banners ($49–$200) and letterheads ($9+). Those wishing to announce a new enterprise or haircut loudly and proudly can opt to print large-format promotional posters or headshots ($4.50+/sq. ft.). A setup fee may apply, depending on the project.

1134 Clara Avenue
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Located within the historical Engine House #10 in East State Village, Firehouse Tea & Coffee Café serves up fair-trade and organic café treats in a memorable setting. Baristas steep more than 60 types of loose-leaf teas, blend coffee milkshakes, and prepare bubble teas—pairing the drinks with snacks such as curry-chicken sandwiches and quiche. Local art adorns the café's walls, and live bands entertain on scheduled nights. Patrons can also get in on the musical action themselves during open-mic nights.

1245 E State Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

With a wire whisk and a passion for pastry, owner Terry Mee deftly whips up Yum-Mee cookies, cinnamon rolls, and crumbly scones. Pumpkin and pecan cupcakes are available individually or by the dozen, slathered with unique buttercream flavors such as chai and maple with bacon. While waiting on a fresh-baked focaccia or challah loaf, patrons can also solicit Terry's fondant skills for a 3D gavel cake in honor of an upcoming parole hearing.

1320 E State Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Named after the current owner's great-aunt, Abby Brown's has sold specialty chocolates and candies in Indiana for more than 34 years. Unlike candy stores that cater mostly to the hyperactive sugar dependency of children and biker gangs, Abby Brown's takes pride in selling old-fashioned, sophisticated confections that are refined enough for the adult palate, but sweet enough to tempt the whole family. A 1 lb. box of assorted milk and dark chocolates ($22.95, or $11.95 for 8 oz.) is the candy shop’s most popular box, satisfying a variety of tastes, while xocolatophobics might prefer to indulge in soft butter caramels or Boston baked beans. Other favorites include classics such as malted milk balls and chocolate-covered espresso beans, as well as more than 35 different flavors of black licorice ($12.95 for a 1 lb. 8 oz. assortment) including a salted black licorice, which, like haggis and space opera, is an acquired taste.

1415 E State Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US