Surf and Turf
Steak eaters will be perfectly happy with their filets and New York strips, and seafood lovers should try the lemon-dusted scallops on a swoop of rich black walnut Romesco with pickled mustard seeds.
This sprawling surf-and-turf Ft. Wayne-based chain is big on gilded picture frames, menus the size of stone tablets, and other not-so-subtle touches, but the dishes do not disappoint.
A top-shelf steak menu mentions several dry-aged and Wagyu cuts to be paired with classic shrimp cocktails and dirty martinis.
Once you peel back the swanky steakhouse aesthetic of this nearly-20-year-old supper club–style establishment, you find an unexpectedly diverse menu with just enough familiarity to earn a loyal following.