Savor Fort Wayne Begins

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Four DeBrand Fine Chocolates locations are among the dozens of restaurants participating. Four DeBrand Fine Chocolates locations are among the dozens of restaurants participating.
FORT WAYNE -

A 12-day event designed to spotlight restaurants throughout Fort Wayne is underway. Dozens of restaurants throughout the city are offering menu deals as part of Savor Fort Wayne, which runs through January 21.

Visit Fort Wayne says each restaurant will feature menu deals of no more than $30 per person.

The participating restaurants include:

07 Pub
Asakusa
Bandidos - Aboite
Bandidos - Glenbrook
Bandidos - Georgetown
Bandidos - Waynedale
Black Canyon 
Bourbon Street Hideaway
Casa Grille
Casa Grille Italiano
Casa Ristorante Italiano
Casa! Ristorante
Champions Sport Bar & Restaurant
Chappell's Coral Grill
Chop's Wine Bar
Club Soda
DeBrand Fine Chocolates - Auburn Road
DeBrand Fine Chocolates - Coldwater Road
DeBrand Fine Chocolates - Downtown Fort Wayne
DeBrand Fine Chocolates - Jefferson Pointe
Don Hall's Factory
Don Hall's Gas House
Don Hall's Guesthouse Grille
Don Hall's Takaoka
Don Hall's Tavern at Coventry
Don Hall's Triangle Park
Eddie Merlot's 
el Azteca Mexican Restaurant
Features Bar & Restaurant
HT2
J.K. O'Donnell's 
Junk Ditch Brewing Company
Mad Anthony Brewing Co.
Naked Tchopstix
Nawa
Nick's Martini & Wine Bar
Nori Asian Fusion Cuisine
The Oyster Bar
Park Place on Main Street
Rack & Helen's Social House
Red River Steakhouse
Shigs In Pit- Fairfield Ave.
Shigs In Pit- Maplecrest Rd.
Shoccu
Sweet Lou's Pizza
Tolon
Trolley Steaks and Seafood
Trubble Brewing
Tucanos Brazilian Grill
Umi Fort Wayne
Wine Down
Wu's

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