Restaurants in Fort Wayne

Pub Food and Drinks at Beamer's Sports Grill (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Beamer's Sports Grill

Lake

Eclectic mix of pub food, including fish tacos, pizzas, and pretzel burgers, which sport bacon, peanut butter, and an over-easy egg

$20 $11

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$15 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of American Comfort Food at The Kitchen Table ($30 Value)

The Kitchen Table

Huntertown

Diner serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes such as a custom omelet, swiss-mushroom burger, or a fried-cod dinner

$15 $7.50

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$23.52 for Two Groupons, Each good for Pizza Meal at Noble Roman's Take-N-Bake Pizza($40.56 Value)

Noble Roman's Take-N-Bake Pizza

Fort Wayne

Sicilian–style deep-dish pizzas and traditional or wafer-thin cracker crusts, with breadsticks and cinnamon rounds

$20.28 $11.76

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Mexican and American Cuisine at Las Tres Hermanas (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Las Tres Hermanas

Fort Wayne

Chicken tacos, steak burritos, tostadas, and big burgers cooked to perfection highlight this authentic Mexican menu with American offerings

$15 $8

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Premium Meats, Boneless Half Ham Dinner with Sides, or Catering from HoneyBaked Ham (Up to 50% Off)

HoneyBaked Ham

Fort Wayne

Cured hams hardwood-smoked for 24+ hours, available for purchase, catering, or as part of a dinner with sides

$30 $15

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Burgers or Sandwiches, Fries, Soup, and a Beer or Soda for Two or Four at Angel's Cafe (Up to 50% Off)

Angel's Cafe

Fort Wayne

Cafe that just added beers to the menu proudly serves up an array of burgers, sandwiches, and wraps alongside fries and soup

$24.06 $12

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$15 for Three $10 Vouchers for Café Sandwiches and Drinks and Baked Goods at Firehouse Tea & Coffee Café ($30 Value)

Firehouse Tea & Coffee Café

Northside

Bubble tea, loose-leaf tea, and coffee milkshakes as well as sandwiches, quiche, and baked goods

$10 $5

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For more than three decades, bowlers have settled scores atop the 56 glossy lanes at Pro Bowl West. Recently, the alley has been revamped to add flat-screen scoring monitors and new furniture, house balls, and shoes. Customers enjoy the new accouterments during open-bowling hours or lessons given by the experts at Charlie's Pro Shop. Exhaustion and rumbling tummies naturally steers patrons toward the Alley Sports Café & Grill, an old-timey diner that slings a popular pork-tenderloin sandwich. Other entertainment includes an arcade, as well as 21 flat-screen TVs, a dance floor, and six dartboards inside the Alley Sports Bar, a 3,000-square-foot space filled with the tunes of live bands on Saturdays and karaoke crooners on Thursdays and Fridays.

1455 Goshen Ave
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

In 1952, Earl Myers and his son, Ed, built The Kitchen Table to create an eatery that combined hometown cooking with a friendly atmosphere. Now run by Rod Myers—Earl's grandson—and his wife, Mimi, the restaurant transports visitors back to the '50s with its original stools and countertop, which serves as a canvas for plates of classic diner fare and self-portraits painted in ketchup. Inside the kitchen, chefs simmer homemade soups, flip custom omelets, and transform ingredients into southern favorites such as country fried steak. They also serve smaller portions from a kids’ menu that, unlike the ability to see clowns, has no age limit.

15315 Lima Rd
Huntertown,
IN
US

Bear's Place, a 30-year old institution with new ownership, is planted adjacent to the Indiana University campus and is known for its social atmosphere. This reputation is thanks, in part, to its plethora of events?from Tuesday-night live acoustic shows to late-evening karaoke and other live performances from jazz and blues outfits. The bar also stakes its name on its signature drinks and a range of domestic and local craft beers served alongside specialty burgers and other American comfort foods. Wood-paneled walls, paintings of dogs, and bartenders with beer recipes tattooed on their biceps contribute to the rustic pub atmosphere.

816 S Calhoun St
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

A fish arcs out of bright-blue water looking so realistic that one expects the fuzzy teddy bear standing nearby to be showered in a smattering of droplets. Courtney's Bakery’s staff sculpts cakes in three-dimensional renderings of dolls, sports arenas, and tropical waterfalls. In flavors such as carrot walnut, island coconut, and marble, these cakes also appear as cupcakes for a handheld dessert or tossing into your loved one’s mouths. Courtney claims inspiration from her mother, a self-taught baker who influenced the recipes for cookies and cinnamon rolls.

5625 W Jefferson Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Covington Bar & Grill was a Fort Wayne News 2010 Reader's Picks Nominee for Best Sports Bar, and 64% of 25 Urbanspooners like it.

6330 W Jefferson Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Ziano's dishes up a delectable spread of Italian fare with a robust selection of signature recipes. Commence lively lunch or dinner munches over a basket of 99-cent parmesan- and parsley-accented breadsticks, which can be shipped to your table in an optional dip boat of marinara, cheese sauce, garlic butter, or alfredo ($1.99). After parsing the secret ingredients of the house salad’s sweet-and-sour Italian dressing ($1.99 small, $5.99 large), inquisitive patrons can scribble coded love notes or create fine-food art on the paper-lined tables. A hearty helping of homestyle lasagna sates meat lovers ($9.49), and herbivores can feast on the pasta prime vera, which features a mix of broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, and mushrooms ($8.99). A charming tilapia Florentine, safely ensconced in a white-wine sauce, rests upon a bed of angel-hair pasta made up of spinach and sun-dried tomatoes ($10.99).

10520 Maysville Rd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US