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Fiddler’s Hearth prides itself on emphasizing the true spirit of a public House, a family friendly gathering place for Celtic artists and the public at large. They proudly represent the Seven Celtic Nations in the heart of South Bend with great music, high quality food, and drink from the Celtic…
Fiddler's is an Irish Public House located in downtown South Bend. The have a lot of live music (almost exclusively Celtic), authentic Irish food and a massive selection of Irish beers and Scotch. It's very cozy and they do a great job of making you feel like you're in an actual Celtic Public House…
If you want the authentic Irish experience while in South Bend you should definitely check out this great little place. I highly recommend the Scotch Eggs! There's tons of traditional Irish food like bangers & mash and a good list of beers on tap.
Local venue. Authentic Irish food and great atmosphere. They often have an Irish band on the weekends. South Bend has a no smoking rule for restaurants.
“Exchange Whiskey Bar is a hidden craft cocktail and whiskey bar with over 300 of the best whiskeys you can find anywhere in the country. Inspired by an atmosphere with a rich history dating back to when this building was one of the last banks John Dillinger himself robbed, this swanky spot is loaded with vintage furniture, wrought iron details, and Victorian style decor. Enjoy a prohibition era-style night out with vintage speakeasy cocktails based on authentic recipes, and the most incredible selection of whiskeys in the area.”
“Local, fresh and open early. There are 2 locations serving New Orleans style eats!”
“Great local meat, produce and cheese are available along with arts and crafts. We love to go Saturday morning to pick up a lovely bouquet of fresh flowers, have breakfast at the bustling restaurant in the center and get all the fixin's for home cooked meals over the weekend. ”
“The Studebaker National Museum is a state-of-the-art, 55,000-square-foot facility that opened in October 2005. The building has three levels and features fully climate-controlled galleries and storage facilities to ensure the best possible care for the Collection. The Studebaker National Museum was designed by South Bend’s own James Childs Architects and features several design elements from Studebaker’s factory buildings.”