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Outstanding Food and Spirits In Angola, Indiana
Angola, Indiana, is mostly known as home to Pokagon State Park, an all-season draw thanks to its winter tobogganing runs and summer camping and fishing. The park has its own inn and restaurant and you’ll find some other accommodations and eateries around the area, but one thing you may not except is a place for some of the greatest food and spirits you’ve had in the region located inside a Ramada Inn hotel.
This place you must visit for a meal when you head to Steuben County, Indiana, is definitely 6 Autumns Food and Spirits.Continue to 2 of 6 below.
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History of 6 Autumns Food and Spirits
The husband and wife team of Rick and Marty Hayward are the owners of 6 Autumns Food and Spirits in Angola. They started the Indiana restaurant after they already had been successful with their Over the Top Parties and Events catering company so they already had the recipes prepared.
In creating 6 Autumns Food and Spirits, it was important to the Haywards that they keep the menu as interesting, fresh, and local as possible, just like they do for all of the events they still cater.Continue to 3 of 6 below.
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Find Memorable Food at 6 Autumns
What makes 6 Autumns worth a trip to is the unusual dishes you’ll find in what you expect to be a standard gastro pub restaurant, especially not in rural Indiana. The menu is very large and has something for everyone, whether you are looking for a full meal, appetizer, or a sandwich.
This restaurant is especially known for putting a twist on comfort food, such as: Barbecue Nachos, 6 Autumns Cheesesteak, Marty’s Pepper Steak (with a sweet teriyaki sauce), and grilled chicken with artichoke sauce. You can also make your own burger with a variety of toppings, cheese, and sauces.
A few of the items that you must have on the 6 Autumns Angola menu include the Bacon Pineapple Chicken Skewers, w perfectly cheesy Mac N Cheese, and the Paul’s Slap Your Mama Swai, a fish dish you won’t soon forget. It also should be noted that since Marty Hayward has severe allergies, the restaurant is especially allergy-friendly.Continue to 4 of 6 below.
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Selection of Beer, Wine and Spirits at 6 Autumns
Beyond the food, 6 Autumns restaurant in Angola, Indiana, is known for having the largest selection of beer, wine, and spirits of any eatery in the area. That collection includes a huge variety of whiskey, especially bourbon, a favorite of the owners. The Haywards claim to have the “largest selection north of New Orleans” and one would be hard-pressed to argue that fact.
At 6 Autumns Food and Spirits, you can also taste some wonderful local wine from Satek Winery. They carry four wines from the Angola, Indiana, winery, including the Satek Chardonnay, a citrusy and easy drinking white that goes well with anything on the menu.
The bar alone is worth a trip. They also have local Midwest brews on tap and in bottles, and spirits you won’t find anywhere else in Steuben County.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Leave Room for Luscious Desserts at 6 Autumns
Be sure to leave room for dessert when you go to 6 Autumns Food and Spirits in Angola, Indiana. They have a pastry chef who whips up some unforgettable creations. A few standards are always on the menu, such as their Chocolate Lasagna.
When you dine at 6 Autumns, you’ll also want to keep in mind that they have specialty cheesecakes, cakes, and pies prepared daily, so ask your server what the flavors of the day are and take advantage of the opportunity to try new things, such as a Brown Sugar CheesecakeContinue to 6 of 6 below.
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Location of 6 Autumns Food and Spirits
You will find the 6 Autumns Food and Spirits restaurant located inside the Angola, Indiana, Ramada Inn hotel. They serve breakfast, lunch, and Sunday brunch at 6 Autumns. Owners Marty and Rick Hayward also still have their banquet room and catering business if you have an event to plan.
Visit the 6 Autumns Food and Spirits website for more information and directions.