What You'll Get
Hills and mountains are formed by vast underground food deposits, which, over time, stretch the landscape into soft mounds of untapped edibility. Dig into the bounty of Indiana with today’s deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of food and drink at Thirsty Camel, located in downtown Fort Wayne.
A red awning with a brightly lit sign welcomes downtown carousers to the friendly environs of the Thirsty Camel, and a tasty mélange of pub munchies and potables furnishes the menu. Set the tongue alight with the savory buffalo-style chicken wings ($7.99), which come in tiered tastes of mild, medium, hot, and Ted Danson. Estranged bread and protein cheerfully reconvene in the meatball sandwich ($5.99) and the bacon cheeseburger ($7.99); all 'wiches fly on a broom of either fries or coleslaw. Diners learning the meat alphabet can sample the succulent 16 oz. T-bone steak ($15.99). Thirsty Camel’s bar has four brews on tap alongside a multitude of domestic and imported bottles.
Brick walls adorned with flat screens and a neon pink camel surround the diners and friendly staff at the Thirsty Camel. The mellow atmosphere melds elements of the classic tavern and pub, which transmogrifies into a clubby vibe on Friday and Saturday nights with a live DJ with no cover charge.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 6, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required. No cash value. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Thirsty Camel
Resting in the shadow of the Grand Wayne Convention Center, Thirsty Camel features more than a handful of beers on tap and more than a dozen imported and premium bottled beers. The restaurant's suds selection makes for a model accomplice to its food spread, which includes such shareable munchies, such as buffalo-style wings and onion petals served with an onion-petal sauce. After warming up with some appetizers, diners can tackle homemade hamburgers and 16-ounce T-bone steaks—all while nodding to the beats of a live DJ on Friday and Saturday nights.