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Kasey's South Bend Guidebook

Kasey

Kasey's South Bend Guidebook

Grocery Stores/Farmer's Markets
Open Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. A couple of miles down Northside Boulevard.
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South Bend Farmer's Market
1105 Northside Boulevard
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Open Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. A couple of miles down Northside Boulevard.
Grocery store just a few blocks away. An easy walk across the river.
Martin's Super Market
314 N Ironwood Dr
Grocery store just a few blocks away. An easy walk across the river.
A bit of a trek, but this is a local family owned business offering high quality produce, ethnic food supplies, a meat market, and more!
Shelton's Farm Market
1832 S 11th St
A bit of a trek, but this is a local family owned business offering high quality produce, ethnic food supplies, a meat market, and more!
Food scene
Fantastic food and brews. Great vegan and gluten free options.
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Crooked Ewe Brewery & Ale House
1047 Lincoln Way East
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Fantastic food and brews. Great vegan and gluten free options.
Takeout Chinese just a short walk away
China House
2222 E Mishawaka Ave
Takeout Chinese just a short walk away
Food and drinks just two blocks away. Beautiful views of the St. Joseph River from the upper and lower decks.
Hensell's Oaken Bucket
1212 South Ironwood Drive
Food and drinks just two blocks away. Beautiful views of the St. Joseph River from the upper and lower decks.
Great food and beer
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Evil Czech Brewery and Public House
3703 North Main Street
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Great food and beer
Pleasant restaurant and bar serving South African cuisine just two blocks away.
International Fuse Bar and Grill
2206 East Mishawaka Avenue
Pleasant restaurant and bar serving South African cuisine just two blocks away.
Coffee Shops
Great coffee shop! Also houses LangLab which hosts some excellent shows and cultural events.
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Zen Cafe Coffee Roasters LLC
1302 High St
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Great coffee shop! Also houses LangLab which hosts some excellent shows and cultural events.
A non-profit shop that is just down the street (corner of 25th and Mishawaka Ave) and open in the evenings. A great place to sit with friends and play games or get work done.
The Well Coffee House
2410 E Mishawaka Ave
A non-profit shop that is just down the street (corner of 25th and Mishawaka Ave) and open in the evenings. A great place to sit with friends and play games or get work done.
Coffee Shop inside of Martin's, but it also has a drive thru. This is the closest coffee shop to the Airbnb that is open in the morning.
Caribou Coffee
314 North Ironwood Drive
Coffee Shop inside of Martin's, but it also has a drive thru. This is the closest coffee shop to the Airbnb that is open in the morning.
Sightseeing
The oldest zoo in Indiana, Potawatomi Zoo features over 500 animals, with interesting exhibits and fun activities for the whole family! Potawatomi Zoo is also in easy walking distance!
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Potawatomi Zoo
500 South Greenlawn Avenue
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The oldest zoo in Indiana, Potawatomi Zoo features over 500 animals, with interesting exhibits and fun activities for the whole family! Potawatomi Zoo is also in easy walking distance!
If you’ve never toured campus, make it the first stop on your itinerary! Consistently ranked as one of the most beautiful college campuses in America, there are over 1,200 acres to explore - from the Grotto to Touchdown Jesus and the Basilica to the 14 story Theodore M. Hesburg library! Did you know there are 57 chapels on campus – including one in each residence hall – and, collectively, Catholic Mass is celebrated over 100 times per week on campus?
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Université Notre-Dame
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If you’ve never toured campus, make it the first stop on your itinerary! Consistently ranked as one of the most beautiful college campuses in America, there are over 1,200 acres to explore - from the Grotto to Touchdown Jesus and the Basilica to the 14 story Theodore M. Hesburg library! Did you know there are 57 chapels on campus – including one in each residence hall – and, collectively, Catholic Mass is celebrated over 100 times per week on campus?
Visit the Studebaker National Museum to experience the story of one of the world's foremost automotive makers. The museum displays a variety of automobiles, wagons, carriages, and military vehicles related to the Studebaker Corporation and other aspects of American history.
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Studebaker National Museum
201 Chapin Street
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Visit the Studebaker National Museum to experience the story of one of the world's foremost automotive makers. The museum displays a variety of automobiles, wagons, carriages, and military vehicles related to the Studebaker Corporation and other aspects of American history.
The Potawatomi Conservatories are a haven of tranquility within Potawatomi Park. Here, you can wander paths through lush, tropical foliage, explore the marvelous shapes and textures of succulent plants in the arid Desert Dome, or just sit quietly in the peaceful surroundings. And it is just a short walk away!
Potawatomi Conservatories
2105 Mishawaka Ave
The Potawatomi Conservatories are a haven of tranquility within Potawatomi Park. Here, you can wander paths through lush, tropical foliage, explore the marvelous shapes and textures of succulent plants in the arid Desert Dome, or just sit quietly in the peaceful surroundings. And it is just a short walk away!
Unveiled in 2015 as part of South Bend’s 150th birthday celebrations, the South Bend River Lights are a fixture of the downtown landscape. Vibrant color washes over the St. Joseph River, highlighting the “Keepers of the Fire” statue and the water as it rushes downriver. The River Lights are also interactive. Sensors built into the light pillars detect motion. They change color or their pattern when people walk by. Simply put, there’s no other attraction like it, and they’re totally free to experience.
River Lights Plaza
340 E Colfax Ave
Unveiled in 2015 as part of South Bend’s 150th birthday celebrations, the South Bend River Lights are a fixture of the downtown landscape. Vibrant color washes over the St. Joseph River, highlighting the “Keepers of the Fire” statue and the water as it rushes downriver. The River Lights are also interactive. Sensors built into the light pillars detect motion. They change color or their pattern when people walk by. Simply put, there’s no other attraction like it, and they’re totally free to experience.
Arts & Culture
The South Bend Museum of Art features a full spectrum of historical and contemporary art featured in five galleries. A wide range of artistic traditions are taught in our world-class art studios. Located inside the Century Center in downtown South Bend, Indiana, the SBMA is an architectural delight. Designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, the museum occupies three levels in the northern wing of the building.
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South Bend Museum of Art
120 Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
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The South Bend Museum of Art features a full spectrum of historical and contemporary art featured in five galleries. A wide range of artistic traditions are taught in our world-class art studios. Located inside the Century Center in downtown South Bend, Indiana, the SBMA is an architectural delight. Designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, the museum occupies three levels in the northern wing of the building.
The Morris PAC, originally the Palace Theatre until the late 1950s, opened in 1922 as part of the Orpheum Theatre chain. The Morris has a seating capacity of 2,564 and is ranked by Pollstar magazine among the top 100 theaters worldwide. The League of Historic American Theatres (LHAT) awarded the Morris the prestigious national "Outstanding Historic Theatre Award" in 2015.
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Morris Performing Arts Center
211 North Michigan Street
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The Morris PAC, originally the Palace Theatre until the late 1950s, opened in 1922 as part of the Orpheum Theatre chain. The Morris has a seating capacity of 2,564 and is ranked by Pollstar magazine among the top 100 theaters worldwide. The League of Historic American Theatres (LHAT) awarded the Morris the prestigious national "Outstanding Historic Theatre Award" in 2015.
Born from the efforts of Indiana University South Bend students and professors, the Civil Rights Heritage Center transformed a once-segregated city swimming pool into an active learning center. It explores the civil rights struggles of the past so people can take action in the present and build a better future.
Civil Rights Heritage Center
1040 W Washington St
Born from the efforts of Indiana University South Bend students and professors, the Civil Rights Heritage Center transformed a once-segregated city swimming pool into an active learning center. It explores the civil rights struggles of the past so people can take action in the present and build a better future.
The South Bend Civic Theater was founded in 1957 in South Bend, Indiana, where it was originally located at 701 Portage Avenue. In January 2007 a new and much larger theater opened at 403 N. Main Street. The new site includes a 209-seat Auditorium and a 90-seat Studio Theater. The South Bend Civic Theatre produces more than a dozen productions annually, with more than 125 performances annually.
South Bend Civic Theatre
403 North Main Street
The South Bend Civic Theater was founded in 1957 in South Bend, Indiana, where it was originally located at 701 Portage Avenue. In January 2007 a new and much larger theater opened at 403 N. Main Street. The new site includes a 209-seat Auditorium and a 90-seat Studio Theater. The South Bend Civic Theatre produces more than a dozen productions annually, with more than 125 performances annually.
Langlab is a continually growing multi-use co-workspace facility that can be used to engage multiple demographic groups in artistic, musical and intellectual experiences that represent the culture of our community. The space is able to host a variety of events, including: concerts, forums, poetry readings, film screenings, art exhibitions, debates, book signings, theater works, workshops, and community gatherings.
Langlab
1302 High St
Langlab is a continually growing multi-use co-workspace facility that can be used to engage multiple demographic groups in artistic, musical and intellectual experiences that represent the culture of our community. The space is able to host a variety of events, including: concerts, forums, poetry readings, film screenings, art exhibitions, debates, book signings, theater works, workshops, and community gatherings.