Carol and Terry Meehan have owned Fiddler’s Hearth Public House in South Bend since 2002 and now plan to open Tapastrie, a restaurant serving Mediterranean-inspired tapas and wine.
On a recent trip to Paris, Rachel Shenk enjoyed a city fully engulfed in spring, as well as a wonderful meal at a favorite Parisian café. She shares the story of her trip and a recipe inspired by the meal in her latest column.
Several local restaurants will be open on Easter Sunday, April 5, many with special Easter brunches or buffets.
The Jerky Shop, which has been open for three weeks, makes 14 different types of flavored beef jerky using locally sourced Angus beef.
Los Primos Restaurant is a Mexican food staple in Goshen, and GoProv promises to make you laugh during the group’s improv performance at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Starting in April, the South Bend distillery will prepare shots, cocktails and other drinks at the bar using its own locally sourced liquors.
If you haven’t been to Oakwood Resort recently, it’s worth a visit. The Pier and The Back Porch serve up simple, eclectic cuisine with global influences.