TIMBERS STEAKHOUSE AND SEAFOOD
A sign billing steaks and seafood hangs on the A-frame log building just off Angola’s main drive. And mounted animal heads inside complete the hunting lodge look. But the menu offers more than your stereotypical American foods, it’s a world tour of surprises. Tried-and-true appetizers include loaded cheese fries alongside rumaki (baconwrapped chicken livers) and balls of sauerkraut, ground beef and sausage. Order your catch-of-the-day one of five ways, including Japanese-style, with sesame and pickled ginger, or Timbers Style (charbroiled with garlic butter). Mexican specials reign on Wednesdays, and Thursdays feature all things Italian. Want a good steak? Timbers has you covered with five varieties, from an 8-ounce ribeye to a 20-ounce porterhouse. Still hungry? They serve hearty breakfasts—pancakes, waffles, three-egg omelets, steak and eggs and more—until 2 p.m.
1212 W. MAUMEE ANGOLA, INDIANA