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Amy L.
Born and raised in Richmond, Ind., freelance writer Amy Lynch lives in Indianapolis and continues to be amazed at the new discoveries she makes within her home state. Read more about her food and travel adventures at

4 Unique Districts of Downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana

From revamped historic sites and fine arts to downtown attractions and riverfront fun, the second-largest city in Indiana provides plenty of nooks and crannies to explore. These are just a few of the more intriguing locales you’ll want to get to know during your visit: The Landing One of Fort…

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Cork ‘N Cleaver, A Local Dining Institution

Updated: March 4, 2021 Looking for a dependably delicious destination for a business lunch, dinner out with the girls, or cozy meal with the whole family? Look no further than Cork ‘N Cleaver. With a solid menu that takes in hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood, chicken, chops and slow-roasted prime rib…

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Cindy's Diner - a Fort Wayne tradition since 1952

If you’ve got a hankering for delicious unfussy comfort food, look no further than Cindy’s Diner. Perched on the corner of Harrison and Wayne in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne, this bustling little greasy spoon serves up traditional breakfast and lunch fare with a 1950s Americana vibe. Local…

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The Oyster Bar remains an old-school Fort Wayne favorite

Landlocked Fort Wayne may seem an unlikely location in which to enjoy some of the best seafood this side of New England, but that’s exactly what you’ll find at the Oyster Bar. Located on Calhoun Street just south of downtown, Oyster Bar has been around these parts and operating in the form of a…

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