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Winona Lake - Warsaw Restaurants

Cerulean - Winona Lake
Cerulean - Winona Lake
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Contemporary American | Winona Lake - Warsaw, Fort Wayne

We had an excellent dinner Saturday night with my wife and daughter. We will definitely be back. More

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Buffalo Wild Wings - Willow Lake
Buffalo Wild Wings - Willow Lake
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Sports Bar | Winona Lake - Warsaw, Fort Wayne

Our server, Sorry I forgot her name but she was the BEST!! So happy and friendly! We were there for a volleyball tournament and my daughter and I decided to stop there on Sat evening. Thank you so much for the GREAT service!! Wish there were more of you in the service industry!! More

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Discover Winona Lake - Warsaw

Warsaw is a laid-back Indiana town with a lakeside spirit. The city's restaurants capture the boating lifestyle of the locals. There are breweries and even a "meatery" with hipster vibes and dishes like duck fat fries with umami dust. For a more typical Indiana meal, there are many diners that serve Midwestern fare, including corn on the cob and all-day breakfast. Every visitor should try the Hoosier pork tenderloin, a helping of fried pork too large for the bun it comes on. It's a staple in the state. If you're in the mood for a picnic by the lake, many restaurants will be happy to pack you up a lunch to go because the area is all about the famous Hoosier hospitality!

Discover Winona Lake - Warsaw

Warsaw is a laid-back Indiana town with a lakeside spirit. The city's restaurants capture the boating lifestyle of the locals. There are breweries and even a "meatery" with hipster vibes and dishes like duck fat fries with umami dust. For a more typical Indiana meal, there are many diners that serve Midwestern fare, including corn on the cob and all-day breakfast. Every visitor should try the Hoosier pork tenderloin, a helping of fried pork too large for the bun it comes on. It's a staple in the state. If you're in the mood for a picnic by the lake, many restaurants will be happy to pack you up a lunch to go because the area is all about the famous Hoosier hospitality!