Fort Wayne serves up the perfect mix of urban convenience and natural beauty, boasting a world class cultural scene in a landscape enhanced by plenty of green space. Shopaholics can find the latest trends at open air Jefferson Pointe. The kids will love the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, while the adults can take in a performance at the Embassy Theater. Joggers, hikers and cyclists can keep active on the Rivergreenway that links the city's parks, where they may come across Johnny Appleseed's Grave.
Things to do in Fort Wayne
4.5 based on 196 reviews
We just had dinner at the Oyster Bar. This small business has been around since 1888 and has a very colorful history. The Food is absolutely amazing and the staff is every bit as amazing. I grew up in south Florida and I have been eating seafood all my life and I other than my grandfather's seafood dishes, I have had none better. Jamie was the hostess with the mostess. She and the rest of the crew will make sure you have the best experience. What a great place. Two thumbs up and 5 stars.
4.5 based on 792 reviews
this place is near hotel i stay. well very busy lot of people are waiting for table. it’s good sign for good restaurant. food is very nice. service is nice and excellent atmosphere. i will be back. thank you for good meal !
4.5 based on 489 reviews
it all was great and I will tell others about the food and what a great time I had. Getting there was easy.
4.5 based on 249 reviews
BakerStreet is a locally owned establishment that prides itself on personalized service. An upscale, elegant decor complements the polished, casual attitude. Steaks are the specialty at BakerStreet. Whether traditional and classic, or edgy and gourmet, all the bases are covered. Fresh seafood features are added weekly to the favorites on the menu. Even the vegetarian will find something special at BakerStreet. Chef Kyle's dessert offerings will bring the perfect finish to your dining experience. BakerStreet offers a diverse wine list, with many half bottles and “by the glass” options, and an extensive craft beer list! Come in and enjoy! Don’t forget to ask about the private party rooms.
Enjoyed a wonderful dinner with friends at Baker Street. 3 of the four of us ordered the lobster crowned filet and absolutely loved it! Our 4th had the walleye and said it was delicious as well. Lauren, our server was friendly, knowledgeable and attentive and...MoreThank you so much for taking the time to review our restaurant! We are happy to hear your experience was fantastic, and we will absolutely pass these sentiments to Lauren. We are looking forward to seeing you again!
4.5 based on 382 reviews
As you enter you are entering into a small but well supplied seafood market that you can buy the seafood they serve, but uncooked to take home. This is a treat in the midwest. They have fish there that are hard to find.
You better like seafood, however they do have excellent steak and chicken (nothing to write home about but tasty). The service was good and the selection was fantastic.
This is not a cheap place, meals run over $30, but it is a meal you will cherish if you are a seafood lover.
I ordered the calamari appetizer and got a platter of fried calamari. It was great.
4.5 based on 255 reviews
This restaurant is one of Ft Wayne's finest. Our server was friendly, attentive and very helpful. The salmon and crab cakes were excellent. The Chops salad is wonderful also. We highly recommend this restaurant.
4.5 based on 248 reviews
A bunch of anticipation and ending with just a so so. The 3 Floyd’s beer was very good but the Foggy Geezer by Warpigs was great. Was anticipating a good food paring but walked away a bit disappointed. Had a Taco trio. The Bob Marley was good not great. But was not impressed with the Duck Confit of the Korean Short Rib. Both were not bad just missing a little something. My travel companions liked the Mahi Mahi and the Smoked Brisket. Might visit again but it’s not a “can’t wait to come back”.
4.5 based on 352 reviews
Casual Italian restaurant offering an extensive selection of house-made and imported pastas, soups and salads, pizza, seafood, steaks and desserts. Large portions of affordably priced menu selections are prepared with the freshest ingredients available.
Although, we have a reservation for a Particular time, We were asked to wait 10–15 minutes for “our” table. What’s up with that?
4.5 based on 324 reviews
Shigs in Pit started as a competition BBQ team composed of Mad Anthony owners, Todd Grantham and Jeff Neels along with their friend Stefan Kelley, a networks services manager for Logikos. Within a few short years the team amassed Eleven Kansas City Barbecue Society Grand Championships, Five Reserve Grand Championships and numerous other awards for their smoked meats. In 2012, Grantham and Neels (with the blessing of Kelley) along with Mad Anthony Brewing Company partner Blaine Stuckey opened a restaurant and catering business with their award-winning recipes at the corner of Fairfield and Taylor in Fort Wayne. Shigs in Pit Barbeque is a proud sister company to Mad Anthony Brewing Company.
Great food and multiple sauces. Excellent place for catering a casual but tasty meal. Limited sides but all you need.Thank you!
4.5 based on 281 reviews
The food selection was great, the staff was friendly and quick. Dinner was good. I had the open face prime rib sandwich. It’s covered in Au Jus so be aware that the bread is soaked. It had good flavor though. The roasted chicken club was very tasty!
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