Review: Wolfie’s WaterFront GrillAuthor: indianapoliseater | Filed under: Food Reviews, Location: Noblesville, IN
Wolfie’s WaterFront Grill
20999 Hague Rd
Noblesville, IN 46062
I was in Noblesville spending the day on Morse Lake recently and after a long day in the sun, some friends and I decided to hit up the deck at Wolfie’s for dinner and a few post-lake drinks.
What I Got: Smoked Pulled Pork Sandwich, $7.99.
When I received my sandwich, my first thought was “Wow, that is a healthy portion size.” Being that I was in the sun all day and hadn’t eaten in quite a while, I was quite pleased with that. As you can see from the picture, the sandwich topped with pickles (the sauce was served on the side) and was also served with what appeared to be homemade potato chips.
In terms of taste, this sandwich was delicious. The pork was tender, flavorful and not slimy or greasy as pulled pork can sometimes tend to be. The bun was toasted (and huge) and served as the perfect compliment to suck up the barbecue sauce that I had doused my sandwich with.
The potato chips were also crunchy and delicious as well and if these are truly homemade, they do an excellent job with them.
Would I Buy It Again? Yes, I definitely would if I was ever up in the area again. The sandwich was very tasty and at $7.99, I got a solid value for the price that I was paying as well.
My sandwich did not appear to be an outlier either. I was with a group of about seven people and all but one of the people was very pleased with the taste of their meal. The one person who was not very pleased said his food was “okay”, so it’s not like they served us any bad food.
In addition to a good sandwich, Wolfie’s on Morse Lake also has an excellent setup. Indoors, they have the traditional bar and dining area, but they also have an outdoor deck (you can look at the pictures on their website) that is large and spacious and overlooks the lake. On a pleasant night like the night that I was there, you can really have a lot of fun. If I lived closer to here, I would visit quite frequently.
Wolfie’s also has a non-lakeside location in Fishers on 96th Street as well. It’s a smaller location and doesn’t have quite the setup, but if the food is as good as the Morse Lake location, I may have to start visiting frequently since it is closer to where I live.