5775 Coventry Lane
Fort Wayne, IN 46804
Phone: (260) 436-4300
Fax: (260) 436-2030
5775 Coventry Lane, Fort Wayne, IN, US, 46804
- Phone: (260) 436-4300
- Fax: (260) 436-2030
Experience a sophisticated and elegant environment featuring the best prime cuts and exquisite seafood at Eddie Merlot's Fort Wayne restaurant. Signature dishes include the Platte River Ranch Natural Filet Mignon, Bone-in Filet, Beef Bourguignon, Sesame Ahi Tuna and their famous Stuffed Shrimp. Boutique wines and decadent desserts accompany the menu selections, perfectly setting off the dining experience. Post-dinner patrons can relax in the lounge with a drink or two. Service is highly attentive, ambiance is just right for casual as well as formal occasions and prices justify the offerings; making Eddie Merlot's a must visit for any meat-lover.
Calhoun Street Soups Salads and Spirits is located in the heart of SoCal district. Popularly called CS3, its menu goes beyond soups and salads to include classic American dishes. Select from an unrivaled list of craft beers to complement wings, jalapeno poppers, BLT, smoked turkey panini and BBQ chicken sandwich. Enjoy your meal out on the patio or indoors with live music by emerging local talent.
One of Fort Wayne's first fast food restaurants.
Enjoy delicious seafood and chops with eccentric martinis and live jazz music at Club Soda. The dining space elicits a rustic yet casual charm, ideal for late night outs, special occasions and drink sessions. Expert bartenders concoct mean spirits behind the bar while the chefs dish out nouvelle American dishes from the kitchen. Service is attentive and prices justify the offerings, and the overall experience makes it a worthy visit.
Dan Hall's Old Gas House Restaurant has remained an old-time fixture in downtown Fort Wayne. And it does what it knows the best - serving home-made classic American fare in the most friendly environment, and while the food maybe traditional it is prepared keeping contemporary local palettes in mind. Choose from a variety of steaks, seafood, sandwiches and salads, and pair them with a glass of their house wine or craft beer. Prices are decent and service is attentive; private dining is also offered.
Joseph Decuis offers its customers a fine dining experience like no other. For six generations now, the Decuis family has been following in their grandfather's footsteps and keeping to the tradition of eating fresh. When they started their restaurant years later, they carried this tradition and kept it as the basic principle on which the restaurant ran. When you walk into this elegant restaurant, you can be assured of being served nothing but the freshest produce. The raw foods are sourced from several farms around the state. Some of the must-try dishes here are Hawkins Farm Poulet Rouge Chicken Breast, the Harvest Pumpkin Ravioli and the Chargrilled Gunthorp Farm Duroc Pork Loin.
A unique combination of culinary delights, attentive service, and elegant ambiance, BakerStreet is a destination to celebrate.
This entertainment center is located in Fort Wayne, which is just a short drive from Chicago. It has five clubs under its roof and the main room hosts as many as 65 national concerts every year. The state-of-the-art technology distinguishes the place from others of its kind. Computerized lighting and a 3,000 watt sound system are some of the highlights. The establishment also features a large dance floor, where bands perform acts that are projected on a big TV screen. Past performers include Willie Nelson, Creed, Godsmack and REO Speedwagon. Refreshments are available on-site. An ATM machine near the entrance will help you load up your wallet, but don't worry if you can't access it—the place also accepts major credit cards.