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South Bend -- Recommendable Pork Tenderloin Sandwich?

The one at Madison Oyster Bar isn't bad, and it's the right kind of setting for the meal.

Jan 11, 2012
kanuk in Great Lakes

Milwaukee "kid-friendly" dining recomendation

Not a restaurant per se, but they have a really good fish fry on weekend evenings (starting around 6) with polka, which the kids love.

http://www.lakefrontbrewery.com/main....

Mar 01, 2010
kanuk in Great Lakes

Bar food in Mishawaka/South Bend area

Thanks! We're familiar with the places in that post. And I should add, I think BTB has decent food, but isn't the greatest atmosphere ....Actually went to McKinley Pub this weekend and it wasn't bad bar food -- well and lovingly prepared and a fun atmosphere. Any other suggestions welcome!

Feb 09, 2009
kanuk in General Midwest Archive

Bar food in Mishawaka/South Bend area

Looking for some new places to go- we're familiar with all the usuals, and particularly like Madison Oyster Bar in SB and Hensell's Oaken Bucket in Mishawaka. Might also have to mention Fiddler's Hearth in there as well. Where else can we go for a fun atmosphere?

Feb 06, 2009
kanuk in General Midwest Archive

Easter Brunch in/near South Bend, IN - willing to drive

No, that area would be great. But I don't know of any restaurants out that way that have brunch - any ideas?

Mar 21, 2007
kanuk in General Midwest Archive

Easter Brunch in/near South Bend, IN - willing to drive

Any recs? Preference for nice atmosphere, possibly near Lake Michigan or another lake. Quaint, buffet style. Looking for an alternative to SB standbys (TIppacanoe, etc.).

Mar 20, 2007
kanuk in General Midwest Archive

South Bend, IN and Marion, IN

SB could be very busy on a game weekend - also consider heading out to Mishawaka -- there are some good places there like Main St. Grill (slightly more upscale American), Sunny's Korean Garden, and Khun Deng - Thai (I think that's the spelling).

Nov 03, 2006
kanuk in General Midwest Archive