Founded after the Revolutionary War as a trading post for European settlers, Fort Wayne has grown to become the second largest city in Indiana and a cultural hub. It is also home t unique restaurants that celebrate the city’s European heritage and American pride. We pick some of the best.
A regional steakhouse chain, Eddie Merlot’s can be counted on to provide exceptional service and fine dining in a beautiful atmosphere. Specialising in prime-aged beef and seafood, diners will also enjoy live music every Friday and Saturday evening. This spring’s menu highlights include steak and wine from around the world, featuring Caribbean mojo steak and Argentinian churrasco, accompanied by native wine selections.
The combination of Malaysian, Thai and Japanese cuisine makes Ichiban Asian Fusion one of the most unusual restaurants in Fort Wayne. The wide-ranging menu includes beef, chicken and seafood dishes as well as vegetarian options. Ichiban also offers a myriad sushi options, best enjoyed during happy hour or for a lighter dinner.