Riverfront Activities

20 Restaurants Perfect for Lent in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fish is often the first food to come to mind when thinking about what to eat on a Friday during Lent. If you’re visiting Fort Wayne during Lent, skip the fish sandwich at the nearest fast-food restaurant and enjoy a meatless meal at one of Fort Wayne’s many restaurants…

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Sustainable Seafood in Downtown Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne is the city of three rivers. Local business owners have a vested interest in thehealth of our waterways, all the way to the ocean. This is good news for travelers who care about conservation: It’s easy to find sustainable seafood options here. Read on for four downtown restaurants that serve up deliciously ethical dinner plates:…

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Paula's On Main

If you live in Fort Wayne and love seafood, chances are good that you’ve dined at Paula’s On Main. Known for their fresh seafood market and famous clam chowder, it’s one of my favorite restaurants in town. Although my husband and I usually stick to our favorite go to dishes, I’ve also…

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Savor Fort Wayne Celebrates the City of Restaurants

Something rad is happening in Fort Wayne next week—Savor Fort Wayne. For a foodie like me, it’s a dream come true. But even if you don’t consider yourself a foodie, this event should make its way onto your calendar. You have to eat, after all. Why not support some amazing local restaurants…

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Paula's on Main does seafood right

Mouth-watering food? Check. Attention to detail? Check. Fun atmosphere? Check. If you're looking for a dining option off the beaten path, Paula's on Main (Known to locals simply as "Paula's") will exceed your expectations. Locally owned and operated, Paula's is known for its seafood…

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Paula's on Main

Paula’s on Main, located at 1732 West Main Street, is a Fort Wayne restaurant institution. If someone says seafood in Fort Wayne you will hear the name Paula’a shortly thereafter. Paula’s is on the slow end of Main Street in downtown Fort Wayne. It occupies two store fronts and includes a…

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The Oyster Bar Does Gluten-Free

The Oyster Bar has a long and storied history in Fort Wayne. It was born on South Calhoun Street in 1830. In its long life, The Oyster Bar has had many names and many owners. It has been a saloon and the gathering place of Fort Wayne’s professional crowd. Now, it is a Fort Wayne institution…

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Think Fresh at Paula's

Visitors looking for both atmosphere and quality food need not look beyond Paula's on Main, located just west of downtown in the Nebraska neighborhood. Fort Wayne may be miles away from the ocean, but that doesn't mean you won't find options for fresh seafood. This two-story restaurant is…

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