Visit SavorFortWayne.com for the latest info on the current year's program.
With so many quality restaurants covering a wide spectrum of cuisines, Fort Wayne is a foodie's dream come true. As if that weren't reason enough to come to the Summit City, here's another one. For twelve days straight (Jan. 15-26), several local establishments will lure diners with three course, value-priced menus during Savor Fort Wayne. Craving Mexican? Check (Bandido's). How about Japanese? Check (Asakusa). Seafood? Check (Oyster Bar). These are just a few of the many options visitors will have to choose from. Some menus will also include vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. This is truly a great way to experience some of the best of what the Fort Wayne food scene has to offer. To participate, all diners have to do is simply visit SavorFortWayne.com, review the menus and decide that will satisfy their craving. For a list of participating restaurants and menus, visit SavorFortWayne.com.
Updates will also be posted via Facebook on the Savor Fort Wayne page and on Twitter @SavorFortWayne. But there's more! After indulging your taste buds, give your ears a treat. Catch The Phil's Schubert Symphony No. 4, 8 pm, Jan. 25, at IPFW's Auer Performance Hall Enjoy the world-class Fort Wayne Philharmonic in an evening of classical masterpieces featuring works of Schubert, Prokofiev, and Arnold. Soloists include Keith Brautigam, tenor, and The Phil's own Johanna Bourkova-Morunov and Olga Yurkova on violin. Restaurant week participants can buy one get one free for this event. Last, if you're feeling lucky, enter a contest to win a gift card to a Savor Fort Wayne restaurant. Bon appetit!