The eatery promotes itself as “Fort Wayne's Premier Martini Lounge.” It also will offer more than 100 types of wine and a tapas menu.
It will provide free valet parking.
Hours: 11 a.m.-close Monday-Saturday. Phone: 420-8633. Website: www.mainstmartinilounge.com.Sporting a new facade, Mi Parilla has opened at 3422 N. Clinton St., replacing another Mexican restaurant, El Burrito Colonial. The eatery was closed for a couple of months for remodeling.
Mi Parilla serves Mexican food, and you can wash it down with beer if you're 21 or older. Hours: 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m. seven days a week.Paper Lantern, featuring Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine, has opened at 4610 Coldwater Road, just north of Coliseum Boulevard.
In addition to Vietnamese and Chinese dishes Paper Lantern serves boba tea (aka bubble tea), made with real fruit. Some examples: Thai Iced Tea, Taro Bubble Milk Tea and Bubble Milk Tea.
Check out Paper Lantern's food and drink menu at www.paperlanterncuisine.com.
The website says the eatery offers happy-hour specials (dine-in only) 2-4:30 p.m. every day with 25 percent off all food items and $1 off bubble tea or smoothies. Hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday and noon-8 p.m. Sunday. Phone: 471-4990.The Acme Bar and Grill, 1105 E. State Blvd., is bringing back German nights on Thursdays beginning Sept. 26 through the end of October.Ft. Wayne's Farmers Market satellite locations are winding down for the season.
Parkview North, Georgetown Square, Barr Street and Jefferson Pointe are done for the year. The market Wednesdays at One Summit Square ends Sept. 25 and the one at Schnelker Park in New Haven ends Oct. 16.
The Winter Market at Parkview Field in the Lincoln Financial Event Center opens Oct. 5. It will be 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on the first and third Saturdays of each month, October through May.Eric Harris, owner and winemaker of Two-EE's Winery in Huntington, won multiple medals as well as the Rising Star winemaker award at the International Wine Channel TV Awards recently. More than 850 wines representing eight countries and 18 states were entered in the competition, which was judged in Santa Rosa, Calif.
The Rising Star Winemaker award is given to an international winemaker under 35 years old who “shows exceptional talent and great promise for the future of wine.”