Midwest Living Review
Floor-to-ceiling windows on one whole wall of Wolfies Waterfront Grill give a nice view across Morse Lake north of Noblesville, although a marina takes up a lot of nearest section. Inside, the look is that of a North Woods hunting lodge: a wooden Indian, lots of deer heads and fish mounted on the walls, canoe paddles, snowshoes, and even a coyote give you plenty to look at if you get tired of the gulls coasting over the lakefront outside. The basic burger is a fresh, never frozen, 1/2-pound Angus patty, obviously hand molded, with sauteed mushrooms and onion straws available for 50 cents extra. There are several versions, including the whopping Wolfie Burger with two 1/2 pound patties, American cheese, onion straws, lettuce and tomato ($10.99); the Blue Burger (with blue cheese crumbles); a Cajun burger with sauteed onions, pepper jack cheese, chipotle mayo on Texas Toast ($8.49); and a bison burger made of bison meat ($9.99). Tastewise, the basic cheeseburger with bacon crumbles (real bacon) that we had was definitely tasty, and the toasted kaiser bun was a nice touch. Both were a bit overdone, though, which made the burger less juicy than it could have been. Even with some charred edges, it was very good overall. The garnishes that came with it, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle were uninspiring, though, pale and limp. Still, we wouldn't mind going back for another bite.