4.5 based on 179 reviews
Casual adult dining.( must be 18 to dine. Great Steaks, Seafood, Burgers and BBQ with a friendly casual atmosphere.
We drove almost an hour to eat at the Market Street Grill for the first time this evening. We started the meal with a tower of onion rings a pumpkin/rum chata martini and a glass of hard cider. The onion rings and cider were good,...MoreThank you for the kind words. Hope to see you again soon..
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Great cup of coffee and environment. They have an on site coffee roaster that creates some amazing blends and in K-cups. I do not recommend the Cuban Coffee but everything else has been great. Visit their website and learn about the rampage of an elephant.
4 based on 125 reviews
What a gem to find in a quaint hotel! This is an absolutely delightful and elegant restaurant with wonderful attentive service and very delicious meals. We were very pleasantly surprised with the quality and amount! It did not occur to us that a hotel restaurant...MoreWe are pleased that you enjoyed your dining experience in Twenty and hope you can visit again soon.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
great prices and selection.Have been around for a few years now.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
This place was right around the corner from our hotel and gave it a try. Glad we did. If I didn't get a monster margarita (totally worth it!) our bill would have been under $30. I was expecting a decent meal, but this was huge, so was my wife's. And our son's meal. Cheeseburger and a ton of fries for about $4...score!!! I couldn't finish my meal. Just too much food, oh and you get complimentary chips and salsa if you buy a meal.
It's not a humongous place so it probably fills up fast during the rushes. I posted a picture of my meal. 2 chimichangas with double rice. I'm not a huge bean fan as in I do not eat refried beans. However, I tried some of my wife's. I would definitely get it if we ever go back to this place. We were not disappointed. The walk back to our hotel was slowed due to our very full bellies.
4 based on 5 reviews
very pricy for what you get but good. check out their competitor THE WORKS!!
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Legendary bar and pub located in historic Wabash. Stop by for some craft beer and our famous cheese steak sandwich "The Judy". Harry Old Kettle Pub and Grill is the place to grab a beer, watch a game and make a friend if you're new to town.
I hadn't been in the Old Kettle Saloon in almost 40 years, when it really was just a bar. The recent addition of sandwiches and sides is a great improvement. I got the Philly chicken sandwich, which was huge and very good. My son ordered pulled pork, and offered me a bit. It was wonderful, probably the best I ever tasted. I will get it the next time. We were all pleased with our food.
The only negative for me was the waitress. She said she could only find one menu, so she thought we were going to share it. But I hadn't had a chance to look at it at all when she came back to take our orders. So she slapped down 3 more menus so we all had a chance to make a choice. I had read that they have a nice variety of beer, so two of us wanted to see the choices and order some. I asked about the beer, but she told us she didn't have a beer menu. She came back with two used beer lists, but said they might not have all the beers listed on it- maybe, maybe not. She disappeared for long periods of time, then showed up periodically to check on us. We were not in a hurry at all, so didn't mind waiting on her, and she was friendly, but I felt she could have been much more helpful.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Not fast food,but made to order after you order.No frozen burgers here,but fresh.Love their chicken dinners,very clean place,and they are so friendly and helpful !!! Their custard is good too. Great prices for great food.I love the fact that they greet you when you come in ,and thank you when leaving,made me feel right at home.
4 based on 21 reviews
Stopped for lunch and ordered cheeseburger and fries. Much more than either of us could eat and very good. This is the old Ponderosa and has been redone. Very clean and friendly wait staff.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
From the outside, and even once one first walks inside, it's unlikely one might expect the level of quality to come.
The facility is clean and well maintained, but typical of a small town bar like setting.
Our server was very friendly, accommodating and attentive.
The pizza (we had sausage and pepperoni) was excellent. It was more reminiscent of an upscale urban offering, then what one might expect on the outskirts of a small Indiana town.
On the other hand, we're often amazed at the great restaurants we find in small towns throughout Indiana and elsewhere.
Wabash is blessed with several great eating venues, this certainly ranks near the top.
Since all their offerings are freshly made, there can be a bit of a wait, even when they aren't crowded. Considering the quality of what one receives, however, Una Bella deserves the patience.
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