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What a great little place tucked in off of Nappanee St.Totally redone sports bar. Friendly service. Great prices. Super pizza. Neighborhood bar atmosphere with friendly patrons.Great jukebox. 56 kinds of beer to choose from and also they have wine.
3 based on 26 reviews
It had been over a year since I was at this store and I'm happy to say that this visit was much better than the first. I ordered hotwings, hotwings and more hotwings (16 in all). Every single wing was perfect. They were rather busy considering it was a Monday night, but I still was taken care of very well by my waitress. The taste of the wings were excellent. I'll go back to this location in the future as it appeared clean and the food was awesome.
4 based on 10 reviews
This unassuming place has great drinks and quick, friendly service. Went there sith a large group and we were well taken care of. The menu was limited but the appetizers were great and the steaks were extremely tender. Not a fancy place at all...but a nice watering hole.
4 based on 23 reviews
Sports Time Is a Locally & Family Owned Family Pub and Grill Located in Elkhart, IN Area.
Attended a business lunch thinking this place would be a hamburger only kind of place, but was pleasantly surprised. The chef salad was outstanding with fresh cut veggies and the soups were "home" made. Fast service and friendly wait staff. I look for to my next visit.
4 based on 22 reviews
We happened in on a Tuesday night and found seats for the 10 of us in the bar area. This was a BOGO night. We ordered EVERY option of wings they had to offer! If you like your wings hot, this place will not disappoint! Staff was awesome and very attentive!
4 based on 39 reviews
Beer, Wine and Liquor, Live Music, Karaoke, Lunch, Dinner, Daily Specials. Located (0.8) mile North of Indiana Toll Road I-80/90, Exit #92 Pete's Simonton Lake Tavern is one of the Oldest family-owned Restaurants in Elkhart, Indiana!
Not many places offer blue gill dinners so we jumped at the chance when we learned that Pete's Tavern had it. It was crowded and noisy (typical small town bar) but they did have a family room. Service was friendly and the blue gill portions were generous. Worth the trip.
4 based on 36 reviews
I went on a Saturday afternoon, shortly before the dinner crowd started to show up. We sat at the bar and had a couple of beers and a sandwich. The breaded pork tenderloin was very tasty, and it was ready quickly after placing our order. The bar is old school(which I like) and it had plenty of natural light.
4 based on 238 reviews
My daughter and I had lunch on a Saturday afternoon. We sat out on the enclosed porch overlooking the lake. It was a nice setting. We ordered an appetizer of onion rings (which showed up with the meal). They were pretty good. I had a Maui Wowie Burger, which I really liked, with tote. My daughter made her own burger, which was on Texas Toast and had fries. I also ordered a root beer, which came in a bottle.My daughter had a sundae and I had cheesecake for dessert. Everything was good. The service also did a good job. Cost was about average. The onion rings where less than I would have expected and the burgers a little more. The desserts were about average cost and maybe a little on the small side. While not the best meal I ever had, it was a good lunch and I'd go back again.
4 based on 415 reviews
Upscale food but casual atmosphere located in the middle of the motels off 80/90 toll road. From hand pattied burgers to black angus sirloin and filet mignon. Walleye, lake perch, blue gill and salmon to a full sushi bar! 20 beers on tap specializing in l
Nice comfortable place to eat, waitress, Destiny, was great and a lot of fun. We were seated right away. We started with the appetizer Crab Pepper Bisque was fantastic - we shared amongst the 4 of us at the table... though I would have been glad to finish it all by myself if I wouldn't have looked like a pig. For dinner I have the restaurant namesake The Chubby Trout. Cannot begin to describe to you how great it tasted. The sauce MMM! Tried to get the recipe but it was a company secret (shucks). Wonderful. Everyone in our dinner party just loved their main course. Then to finish up we all shared one piece of the chocolate cake... definitely enough for four. Worth another MMM! We will positively be back to try more of their dishes.
4 based on 197 reviews
Cozy, but busy brewpub with 75 seats and 10 rotating taps. Fresh menu of mostly pizzas that change seasonally. House beer & soda along with guest wine/cider available. Kitchen closes 1 hour before the bar. 21+ only. Must show valid ID.
Stopped in for a local brew (local blond ale)and ended with some great eats. Menu included a salad of the month which was tasty for April (great job on the chicken thighs and homemade dressing). The pizzas were amazing as well. You order at the bar and pizzas were then delivered to the table.
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