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Guidebook for South Bend

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Guidebook for South Bend

Drinks & Nightlife
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Corby's Irish Pub
441 East Lasalle Avenue
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HOSPITALITY IS REMARKABLE AS WELL AS DRINK SPECIALS.
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The Exchange Whiskey Bar
112 West Jefferson Boulevard
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HOSPITALITY IS REMARKABLE AS WELL AS DRINK SPECIALS.
Arts & Culture
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South Bend Museum of Art
120 Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
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Food Scene
GREAT NEW LOCATION ON EDDY, AND GREAT FOOD AS WELL
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BRU Buger Bar - South Bend
1234 N Eddy St
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GREAT NEW LOCATION ON EDDY, AND GREAT FOOD AS WELL
Parks & Nature
Leeper Park is the site of the Navarre Log Cabin honoring one of South Bend’s earliest settlers. Located at 837 North Lafayette Blvd along the St. Joseph River on Michigan Street, Leeper Park includes a USTA sanctioned tennis center with lighted courts, duck pond, rose garden and outdoor stage. It is home of the very popular Leeper Park Art Fair hosted every year in June.
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Leeper Park
907 Riverside Drive
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Leeper Park is the site of the Navarre Log Cabin honoring one of South Bend’s earliest settlers. Located at 837 North Lafayette Blvd along the St. Joseph River on Michigan Street, Leeper Park includes a USTA sanctioned tennis center with lighted courts, duck pond, rose garden and outdoor stage. It is home of the very popular Leeper Park Art Fair hosted every year in June.
Essentials
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Martin's Super Market
2081 South Bend Avenue
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Sightseeing
The first white settler to settle in present-day St. Joseph County was Pierre Navarre. Mr. Navarre was of French descent, well educated, and moved to St. Joseph Country from Monroe, Michigan in 1820. At the time of this move, Mr. Navarre was an agent for the American Fur Company.3 Prior to Mr. Navarre settling in St. Joseph County, he had trapped and traded furs among the Native Americans that lived in the area. But, in 1820 he decided to permanently reside in South Bend and open a standing trading post
Pierre Navarre Log Cabin
907 Riverside Dr
The first white settler to settle in present-day St. Joseph County was Pierre Navarre. Mr. Navarre was of French descent, well educated, and moved to St. Joseph Country from Monroe, Michigan in 1820. At the time of this move, Mr. Navarre was an agent for the American Fur Company.3 Prior to Mr. Navarre settling in St. Joseph County, he had trapped and traded furs among the Native Americans that lived in the area. But, in 1820 he decided to permanently reside in South Bend and open a standing trading post
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Université Notre-Dame
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