Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Angola, Indiana, United States. Angola is a city in Pleasant Township, Steuben County, Indiana, United States. The population was 8,612 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Steuben County. Angola was founded by Thomas Gale and Cornelius Gilmore on June 28, 1838, and is home to Trine University. The town is served by I-69 and the Indiana Toll Road (I-80 and I-90).
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I have been wanting to try the food here since hearing the raves about Chef Jackie. We finally had the right time and traveled the 40 miles from Fort Wayne to experience a perfect brunch with friends. The restaurant situated in the beautiful club house at the golf course was bright and cheerful, as were all of the employees. From the moment we entered, wonderful smells drifted out, tempting us to something special. And we were not disappointed. The biscuits and gravy (awesome), the omelet station, melt in your mouth belgium waffles, and most everything were just great. There were lunch items including salad, green beans and plenty of meat, and of course wonderful deserts.All of us were thrilled with both the excellent food and staff, and of course the views from the club house. We are looking forward to our next visit.
Stopped for a snack and a beer during a long trip. Classic bar layout and very old, you can see the hystory in every small scratch of the sorroundings. Had munchies and beer, food was greasy and bland. We were there only 1 hour but got a clear view of the priorities: 1-Serious pool players, 2-Bar customers, 3-Food. Seemed like a good hang-out for the locals. Would come back if I was thirsty, not to eat.
3 based on 26 reviews
Stopped here for dinner not wanting to cook. Itâs a lake based restaurant and kind if dumpy. It could use a makeover. The food was good. A nice little garden salad to start. Fresh and plenty in it. The streak sandwich was a little light on steak but not on price. The small âlake restaurantsâ are no more and all the prices are full on.Landshark lager on tap was the bomb. Solid beach type beer and cold.Lauren took great care of us. Friendly, polite and a great smile. Huge kudos to her.Decent food but great service would have me go back.
3 based on 50 reviews
Wonderful food and service. Salad bar was fresh and pleasing presentation. Entrees hot and delicious. Thanks yet again for a wonderful dining experience.
4 based on 56 reviews
I hope some other restaurants open in Angola. The competition would certainly force this place to close. Rude staff, disinterred management, slow service...you name it, it was happening here! Never had such a rude and incompetent server (and it wasn't a student or young person). Terrible attitude. Spilled a drink on the table and on one of us and not even an acknowledgement of it. When someone in our group asked for raspberry tea, she said regular, and he said no, raspberry. Of course, she brought out regular...and then rolled her eyes when he said it wasn't the raspberry tea that he ordered. Amazing! People make threats all the time, but I WILL NEVER go back there!
3 based on 73 reviews
We have eaten here numerous times, for both lunch and dinner. Wait staff is friendly and very informative about their beers. The Asparagus salad is the best salad I've ever eaten. A++++++++++ on that salad! My husband has tried numerous dishes from burgers to sandwiches and has not been disappointed.
4 based on 30 reviews
A lot of restaurants are closed on Mondays, so we called Mulligan's hoping they were open for the evening. And yes, they were open. It was not very busy on the eve of election day. Tabatha, our waitress, was quick, friendly and knowledgeable. There is really quite an extensive menu. My wife selected the huge and tender roast beef sandwich with 2 sides for $10.00. I selected the walleye with 2 sides. We will place it on our list of places to go for a quick dinner. Costs not much more than fast food restaurants, and a whole lot better .
4 based on 60 reviews
The Waterfront Bistro is an upscale Bistro style restaurant located on the channel between Jimmerson Lake and Lake James in Angola, Indiana. In an area nicknamed "4 Corners", we sit right between the YOYO's (yogurt on your own) and Corner Landing Bait Sho
We have had the opportunity to enjoy the 3-6 dinner special twice so far this season. Both visits have been spectacular. We have had the salmon and steak....salad and chowder, Mac and cheese/baked potato and wonderful desserts. Everything was cooked perfect and the service was great. This evening we had Hiliary who was amazing. Great selection of wine as well. Exceeded our expectations .
4 based on 154 reviews
At 6 Autumns Food & Spirits, we offer fine dining in a casual environment. With many of our menu items coming from local farms, we strive to provide you with a relaxing and fulfilling dining experience. Pair your meal with our selection of wines from Sate
An amazing experience. A anniversary banquet for my Tri-State College fraternity, Delta Chi included a banquet for the founders at this location. Banquet food is normally very predictable, as was this menu, but it was expertly prepared, and above and beyond the normal! Fantastic! But the most impressive part, staying with my normal be on time focus, which makes me fifteen minutes early, found us at the bar. I have never seen such an assortment of "spirits", literally hundreds of options and a bartender very schooled in the inventory!
4 based on 131 reviews
American Steakhouse. Asian and Southwestern Influences. Located in Angola, Indiana overlooking beautiful Crooked Lake.
During visits to the Cabin I have enjoyed the rustic atmosphere coupled with the view of the lake. Parking can become congested, but overall a good dining experience. The food is excellent, but the one consideration you must make is a large portion of the menu is deep fried which can be a problem on some restricted diets. Great atmosphere with good service.
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