We're all hiding out together at Hideout 125.
A decade-long partnership in one restaurant led to the founding of two men's dreams of an upscale restaurant on the city's northwest side. The result? Black Canyon.
The drive to Bluffton is not only pretty and easy, it's rewarding with farm-to-fork dining at TW Fable.
Jim and Zoe Martin's Mockingbird Kitchens takes a fresh look at local ingredients.
Banh Mi Barista's bubble teas are a hit, and its food makes it a delicious destination.
Das Schnitzelhaus offers hearty helpings of German cuisine.
The coffee ceremony and the authentic recipes at Queen of Sheba Restaurant provide a taste of Ethiopia.
Main Street Bistro & Martini Lounge is an upscale take on a comfortable menu in a great location. What's not to love?
Phoenix is definitely rising on Broadway downtown, with Sunday brunch and a week's worth of music and delicious food.
Romance and adventure mingle deliciously in every visit to Bourbon Street Hideaway, Fort Wayne's convincingly Cajun destination on The Landing.
The requisite hay bales compete with an otherwise sophisticated decor and some very fine rubs and sauces at Red Rok BBQ and Bourbon Saloon on The Landing, where the flavors are as haunting as the smoky scents that waft across nearby blocks.
Mad Anthony's Brewing Company takes classic pub food to a new level with delicious twist after delicious twist, and the holiday season is a great time to enjoy our original brew pub.
Live jazz, dance floor and upgraded cocktails are all brand new at Chappell's Coral Grill and All That Jazz on West Jefferson.
The humble tamarind spices things up at Ichiban Asian Fusion, where the flavors of Malaysia debut in Fort Wayne.
Her grandmother smiles down on Sweet Violets, the tea house that Debbie Woodroof has made her own.
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted.