Good sized restaurant/ bar here. Two separate seating areas. One is the family dining area with 1960’s cafe style tables. The other section has the bar with lots of table seating and dimmer lighting than in the family section. The food is suspect, had some mexican that tasted like a Taco Bell offering. Beer wise they were pouring their anniversary DIPA and a decent Oatmeal stout. Overall a nice place to hang and pound a couple brews.
Definitely not a corporate feel in this place. Relaxed dark room, a little run down but cozy. Diverse menu and the food I had was decent. Average service and some nice beers. Limited selection of bottles but more than made up for with nice selection of house taps.
Mad Anthony’s is a nice place to have a couple pints and enjoy some tasty eats. Try the pizza. It’s a bit pricey for pizza, but well worth it. There’s usually a good variety of beers on tap. Some are mediocre to average and some are really very good. There’s not always an IPA available and sometimes the hoppiest thing you’ll find is the always available Ol’ Woody pale ale, but it’s quite good. Besides that you can get anything from a stout of one form or another to a light raspberry fruit beer among the 9-10 beers on tap. Note: You can’t smoke indoors in Fort Wayne businesses anymore, so I’ve removed smoking from the place entry.
Nice atmosphere, good menu selection, average prices. Beer can be hit or miss asfaras their specials on tap. In my opiinion, their barrel-aged brews are where they seem to hit the mark. They seem to do a better job with those brews than their regular brews. As it is, about the only time I visit this establishment, is when I know they have a beer on tap that I have not rated. Nice place to take someone who is just starting out getting acquainted with craft beers where they can sample a variety of beer styles. If in Fort Wayne, stop by and sample their brews and definitely their food. Good pizza!
Atmosphere is great, food is generally really good, not too pricey. Try the Mexican potato skins. Normally service is good. The IPA and Old Woody Pale are nice beers, other than that most of the beers are just okay. Big Daddy Brown is tasty when they have it, which isn’t often enough. If they would just make a few more really tasty beers I’d go here all the time. As it is, it’s still probably the coolest place in town and I stop in once a month or so.
Stopped in after a Ft. Wayne business meeting. Food’s Ok, the decor is off the wall, selection of house beers should be sufficient to any taste. Like MacArthur, I shall return, but likely only if other business takes me to the city.
The main Mad Anthony’s is on Broadway and has a real hippie/green feel to it. Food is good, espesially pizza and sandwiches. They have their own beers plus some other bottles for those not into craft brew. Nice selection of seasonals. If you have to go to Ft. Wayne, it is a must stop.