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Go to Sammy’s if you are starving.

I’ve been to Sammy’s a few times and have never been disappointed. So many foods to choose from at reasonable prices.


The following are some “bullet points” about what is going on at Sammy’s.
All of our food is prepared in house, with a mostly “made from scratch menu”, and we are praised by many casual dining customers as having, “the best wings and the best food anywhere”. Our made from scratch menu is prepared daily and includes: slowly cooked and tender Baby Back Ribs, flame broiled Burgers, hand cut Chicken Fingers and Buffalo Bites, hand tossed Pizza Dough, homemade Wing Sauces, Salsa and more.
Watch EVERY game from one of our 57 LCD TV’s, and listen to YOUR game with one of our 32 wireless speaker boxes. We show EVERY game, including internet broadcasts.
Sammy’s is smoke free, and offers a freshly prepared full menu from 11am to 12 midnight, and a late night menu until 1:45am, 7 days a week.

The following are some “bullet points” about what is going on at Sammy’s.<

816 Pint and Slice – Fort Wayne Indiana

pint and slice

pint and slice

During a recent visit to Fort Wayne Indiana some locals recommended Pint and Slice for lunch.  Within walking distance of the downtown Grand Wayne Convention Center, Pint and Slice stands out among the gray buildings surrounding it.

The restaurant appears to be small when you first walk in, but there are plenty of seating areas upstairs and outside.  The menu is a typical in and out fast food listing of pizzas, subs and calzones.  In addition to the food menu is a decent list of beer available.   I ordered a custom calzone and it was above what I expected. (see below)   You can tell by the looks of the item that it was well prepared and it tastes even better!  I wish that they delivered to North Carolina.

pint and slice

pint and slice calzone

Pint & Slice is one of the few restaurants opened on Sunday and they also have occasional music and art events.

816 Pint & Slice

(260) 423-6600

816 S. Calhoun St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Mon:11:00 am – 8:16 pm
Tues – Thurs:11:00 am – 10:16 pm
Fri – Sat:11:00 am – 11:16 pm
Sun:11:00 am – 8:16 pm

Play ball!!! (or eat!!)

I’ve been to several baseball stadiums from Atlanta to New York and besides offering a view of national pastime they have something else in common. Delicious food!!!  There is something about a baseball game that makes me want to eat.  A local little league ballpark serves some of my favorite hot dogs.  I am not aware of anything that they do special, but the hot dogs sure to taste good!

baseball hotdog

baseball hot dog

Freshed squeezed lemonade is also a requirement for me to have when I go to a ballgame.  Other than a couple of festivals each year, I do not have lemonade any other time.   I can get lemonade everyday if I wanted too, but I don;t really think about it unless I am at a baseball game.

There are several other snacks that I enjoy at the games.  When I am walking around with my camera shooting random photos, I like to grab an ice cream sandwich, nacho chips with cheese and/or a funnel cake.  You can usually tell that I’ve had a funnel cake if my camera bag and shirt are covered in white powder.

funnel cake sugar baseball

funnel cake sugar baseball

Hot dogs, pizza chips and beer are standard among most baseball stadiums.  During the past few years stadium menus across the U.S. have been revamped to include items such as sizzling beef fajitas to deep-fried cod.  The question “Which baseball stadium has the best eats?” has been asked many times.  I do not want to job of trying to choose one, but I’d sure love to sample all and give my opinion.