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South Bend / Notre Dame Guide

Food scene
Go-to spot for Asian cuisine in downtown South Bend.
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Cambodian Thai
235 South Michigan Street
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Go-to spot for Asian cuisine in downtown South Bend.
Bold and delicious menu, with fantastic beer to boot.
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Crooked Ewe Brewery & Ale House
1047 Lincoln Way East
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Bold and delicious menu, with fantastic beer to boot.
Popular breakfast and lunch spot in downtown South Bend.
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PEGGS
127 S Michigan St
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Popular breakfast and lunch spot in downtown South Bend.
Upmarket option for global fare and fine wines served amid romantic light from tabletop lamps. The french onion soup is amazing!
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Cafe Navarre
101 North Michigan Street
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Upmarket option for global fare and fine wines served amid romantic light from tabletop lamps. The french onion soup is amazing!
New Orleans meets South Bend - must try the beignets!
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Chicory Cafe
105 East Jefferson Boulevard
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New Orleans meets South Bend - must try the beignets!
Wall to wall ND memorabilia and a decent menu in the shadow of Notre Dame Stadium.
Legends
Wall to wall ND memorabilia and a decent menu in the shadow of Notre Dame Stadium.
Authentic and cozy pub located in downtown South Bend. Great fish and chips, brews, and Irish fare!
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Fiddler's Hearth
127 North Main Street
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Authentic and cozy pub located in downtown South Bend. Great fish and chips, brews, and Irish fare!
Ample plates of familiar, farm-fresh American fare served amid a comfortable country vibe. Located in Mishawaka, great place for a special meal.
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Corndance Tavern
4725 Grape Road
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Ample plates of familiar, farm-fresh American fare served amid a comfortable country vibe. Located in Mishawaka, great place for a special meal.
A familiar chain, yet still a favorite in South Bend. Order the bang bang shrimp - of course.
Bonefish Grill
620 W Edison Rd
A familiar chain, yet still a favorite in South Bend. Order the bang bang shrimp - of course.
Some of the best pizza in the bend - thin crust and delicious!
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Barnaby's South Bend
713 East Jefferson Boulevard
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Some of the best pizza in the bend - thin crust and delicious!
Upscale bistro featuring New American dishes, including wood-fired steaks, plus a sizable wine list.
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LaSalle Grill
115 West Colfax Avenue
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Upscale bistro featuring New American dishes, including wood-fired steaks, plus a sizable wine list.
A special dining spot located in a lavish 19th-century manor. Offers traditional American dining & Sunday brunch buffet.
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Tippecanoe Place
620 West Washington Street
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A special dining spot located in a lavish 19th-century manor. Offers traditional American dining & Sunday brunch buffet.
Absolute classic. This homey, memorabilia-filled spot since 1951 serves pizza, Italian dishes & subs, plus beer & wine.
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Rocco's Restaurant
537 North Saint Louis Boulevard
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Absolute classic. This homey, memorabilia-filled spot since 1951 serves pizza, Italian dishes & subs, plus beer & wine.
Great local spot for a laid back local cup of coffee or a quick lunch.
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The General Deli & Cafe
609 E Jefferson Blvd
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Great local spot for a laid back local cup of coffee or a quick lunch.
Plenty of 'fast food' spots in this brand new student center. Great place to grab a bite on campus.
Duncan Student Center
Plenty of 'fast food' spots in this brand new student center. Great place to grab a bite on campus.
Comfort food and tapas with a massive bar, located right in Eddy Street.
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Livery - South Bend
1234 N Eddy St
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Comfort food and tapas with a massive bar, located right in Eddy Street.
South Bend's oldest Italian restaurant, classic spot for some amazing, authentic eats!
Sunny Italy Cafe
601 N Niles Ave
South Bend's oldest Italian restaurant, classic spot for some amazing, authentic eats!
Family-owned breakfast spot in Mishawaka, expect to wait out the crowd for pancake-of-the-month or cinnamon roll French toast.
Macadoo's Family Restaurant
2108 Lincolnway E
Family-owned breakfast spot in Mishawaka, expect to wait out the crowd for pancake-of-the-month or cinnamon roll French toast.
Great spot for a morning bagel or breakfast sandwich.
Studebagels
1801 S Bend Ave
Great spot for a morning bagel or breakfast sandwich.
Sushi favorite in South Bend with an extensive specialty section.
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WOOCHI JAPANESE FUSION & BAR
123 West Washington Street
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Sushi favorite in South Bend with an extensive specialty section.
Hidden gem with delicious sushi and fantastic service.
Matuba Japanese & Thai Restaurant
2930 McKinley Ave
Hidden gem with delicious sushi and fantastic service.
Bar Scene
Popular game day pub that doles out bloody mary's, burgers & robust Irish fare amid old-world digs until the wee hours.
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O'Rourke's Public House
1044 East Angela Boulevard
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Popular game day pub that doles out bloody mary's, burgers & robust Irish fare amid old-world digs until the wee hours.
Familiar neighborhood fixture with a collegial atmosphere, plus drink specials & TVs showing sports.
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Linebacker Lounge
1631 South Bend Avenue
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Familiar neighborhood fixture with a collegial atmosphere, plus drink specials & TVs showing sports.
Swanky haunt in a former bank with ample whiskey choices, top-shelf cocktails & gourmet light bites.
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The Exchange Whiskey bar
112 West Jefferson Boulevard
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Swanky haunt in a former bank with ample whiskey choices, top-shelf cocktails & gourmet light bites.
ND student watering hole offering a standard range of drinks, plus pizza, pop a shot, pool tables, darts & a patio.
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Corby's Irish Pub
441 East Lasalle Avenue
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ND student watering hole offering a standard range of drinks, plus pizza, pop a shot, pool tables, darts & a patio.
College hangout with beer, jumbo burgers & sandwiches plus sidewalk seating & late-night weekend hours.
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CJ's Pub
236 South Michigan Street
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College hangout with beer, jumbo burgers & sandwiches plus sidewalk seating & late-night weekend hours.
A local bar to relax with a cold beer, cocktail, or glass of wine.
The Hammer & Quill
613 E Jefferson Blvd
A local bar to relax with a cold beer, cocktail, or glass of wine.
A free-play arcade bar in downtown South Bend.
The Garage Arcade Bar
503 East Colfax Avenue
A free-play arcade bar in downtown South Bend.
Irish sports pub offering DJs & live bands in an energetic atmosphere with pool, darts & air hockey.
Finnies Next Door
233 S Main St
Irish sports pub offering DJs & live bands in an energetic atmosphere with pool, darts & air hockey.
Explore
- The Golden Dome/Main Building: The quintessential landmark on campus. e Golden Dome is also known as the Main Building and holds the administrative offices here at the University. Stop here to sign up for an information session or campus tour, or meet with an admissions counselor or financial aid advisor. On football weekends, wander the main floors to hear the iconic Trumpets Under the Dome by the Notre Dame Band. The architecture in this building is simply stunning and it is a must-see Notre Dame landmark. - Hammes Bookstore: Your trip to campus wouldn't be complete without some Notre Dame swag! Very busy on game day mornings. - The Grotto: The Grotto is one of the most serene spaces on campus, and you can come here to say the rosary, say a prayer, light a candle for a loved one, and take time to reflect on your faith or events in your life. Come to the Grotto and touch the stone found from the original monument in Lourdes, or sit on the benches at night to take in the candlelight and warmth. - Log Chapel: Just beyond St. Mary’s Lake sits this breathtaking, small worship space. It’s often used for mass and even weddings. The Log Chapel is a replica of the one built by Rev. Badin in 1831 that served as a missionary headquarters for northern Indiana. - Basilica of the Sacred Heart: Known for being one of the most beautiful basilicas on a college campus nationwide, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart is a must-see for visitors to campus. Mass is held daily, and visitors are allowed to walk into the basilica to say a prayer or walk around the different areas of the church to look at the ornate displays. - Notre Dame Stadium: This is where all the excitement of football comes to life. Take a tour of the historic house that Knute Rockne built, tap the "Play Like a Champion Today" sign for good luck, and stand on the turf field and admire the history all around. - Hesburgh Library/Touchdown Jesus: The Hesburgh Library is known for being one of the largest undergraduate libraries in the world and is home to 14 floors of books, study spaces, and research materials. - Duncan Student Center: New in 2019, The Duncan Student center provides Notre Dame students with study, meeting, career, and student activity space on campus. There are plenty of spots to eat and hang out (even if you aren't a student!) - South Dining Hall: If you are here for a visit, then why not dine like the students at Notre Dame! Come to South Dining Hall and sit in this historic dining room that has an uncanny resemblance to the Great Hall in Harry Potter. If you are here for a game weekend, then candlelight dinners after each football game sport an array of special entrees and specialty desserts.
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Notre Dame
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- The Golden Dome/Main Building: The quintessential landmark on campus. e Golden Dome is also known as the Main Building and holds the administrative offices here at the University. Stop here to sign up for an information session or campus tour, or meet with an admissions counselor or financial aid advisor. On football weekends, wander the main floors to hear the iconic Trumpets Under the Dome by the Notre Dame Band. The architecture in this building is simply stunning and it is a must-see Notre Dame landmark. - Hammes Bookstore: Your trip to campus wouldn't be complete without some Notre Dame swag! Very busy on game day mornings. - The Grotto: The Grotto is one of the most serene spaces on campus, and you can come here to say the rosary, say a prayer, light a candle for a loved one, and take time to reflect on your faith or events in your life. Come to the Grotto and touch the stone found from the original monument in Lourdes, or sit on the benches at night to take in the candlelight and warmth. - Log Chapel: Just beyond St. Mary’s Lake sits this breathtaking, small worship space. It’s often used for mass and even weddings. The Log Chapel is a replica of the one built by Rev. Badin in 1831 that served as a missionary headquarters for northern Indiana. - Basilica of the Sacred Heart: Known for being one of the most beautiful basilicas on a college campus nationwide, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart is a must-see for visitors to campus. Mass is held daily, and visitors are allowed to walk into the basilica to say a prayer or walk around the different areas of the church to look at the ornate displays. - Notre Dame Stadium: This is where all the excitement of football comes to life. Take a tour of the historic house that Knute Rockne built, tap the "Play Like a Champion Today" sign for good luck, and stand on the turf field and admire the history all around. - Hesburgh Library/Touchdown Jesus: The Hesburgh Library is known for being one of the largest undergraduate libraries in the world and is home to 14 floors of books, study spaces, and research materials. - Duncan Student Center: New in 2019, The Duncan Student center provides Notre Dame students with study, meeting, career, and student activity space on campus. There are plenty of spots to eat and hang out (even if you aren't a student!) - South Dining Hall: If you are here for a visit, then why not dine like the students at Notre Dame! Come to South Dining Hall and sit in this historic dining room that has an uncanny resemblance to the Great Hall in Harry Potter. If you are here for a game weekend, then candlelight dinners after each football game sport an array of special entrees and specialty desserts.
Great spot to explore just a walk from ND campus. Plenty of shops and food stops (Chipotle, Jimmy Johns, O'Rourkes).
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Eddy Street Commons
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Great spot to explore just a walk from ND campus. Plenty of shops and food stops (Chipotle, Jimmy Johns, O'Rourkes).
Grocery Stores / Shopping
Costco Wholesale
625 East University Drive
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Martin's Super Market
2081 South Bend Avenue
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Whole Foods Market
4230 Grape Road
Target
155 E University Dr

Conseils sur la ville

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Getting to ND Campus
Taxi / Ride Sharing (3-5 mins): We recommend using ride sharing (Uber, Lyft) as the quickest way to get to campus, bars, and restaurants. If visiting campus, Main Circle is a great spot to be dropped off. On a gameday, Eddy Street is a convenient location for drop off. Walking (20-25 mins): Getting to the heart of campus is a safe, easy walk. Jogging (5-10 mins): Running around campus is a wonderful morning activity, especially on a football Saturday. We suggest running around the lakes, stopping by the grotto, running South Quad and around the stadium to get a feel of campus energy.
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Irish Football Weekend: Friday
Visit the Guglielmino Complex (8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.): Entry to the Gug is free and open to the public on Football Fridays, with limited access to the areas featuring the trophies and National Championship banners. Football Friday Stadium Tunnel Tours (10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.): Experience the North Tunnel of Notre Dame Stadium, take pictures with on the field. Pep Rally (6:00PM): Notre Dame Pep Rallies take place on home game weekend Friday evenings. Midnight Drummers' Circle (11:59PM): Irish tradition of the Notre Dame drummers, located at the steps of the Main Building.
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Irish Football Weekend: Game Day
Tailgating: Lots open at 7am Player Walk: Coach Kelly and the Irish football team arrive at the Gug on Saturday afternoons for final preparations before taking the field at Notre Dame Stadium. After the team walks from the Gug to the Hesburgh Library, they proceed south toward the Stadium, and enter the house that Rockne built through the North Tunnel gates. The Player Walk takes place 2 hours and 15 minutes before kickoff. Trumpets Under the Dome: 2 hours before kickoff in the Main Building. Band March Out: 45 minutes before kickoff the band marches from the Main Building to the stadium.
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Getting from Chicago to South Bend
TRAIN: Amtrak (2 hours): $15-$20 BUS: Megabus (2 hours): $1 Greyhound (1 hour): ~$20 AUTOMOBILE: Rental Car (1.5 hours): price varies Car Service (1.5 hours): price varies Uber (1.5 hours): Typically between $130-$250 based on demand and car size required PLANE: Flight: (1 hour): price varies. There is a direct United flight.
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Getting from SBN to the Bungalow
The Bungalow is a short Uber from the South Bend Airport. Depending on demand, the cost varies between $12-$17.