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Mishawaka Restaurants

Papa Vino's
Papa Vino's
(153)
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Italian | Mishawaka, South Bend

Only issue was sun in the eyes of 2 people. Need shades More

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Granite City Food & Brewery - Mishawaka
Granite City Food & Brewery - Mishawaka
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American | Mishawaka, South Bend

Food, service and ambiance all terrific More

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Flat Top Grill - Mishawaka
Flat Top Grill - Mishawaka
(35)
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Contemporary Asian | Mishawaka, South Bend

Great food and excellent service! The only down fall is the price. I thought, for a restaurant attached to the mall, it would have been more affordable. But overall, it was a great meal and I would recommend it to others. More

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Red Lobster - Mishawaka
Red Lobster - Mishawaka
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Seafood | Mishawaka, South Bend

My wife and I had a great time, good food and good service. We will be back More

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Discover Mishawaka

Mishawaka is named after Princess Mishawaka, the daughter of Shawnee Chief Elkhart. Nestled along the banks of the St. Joseph River, the neighborhood boasts a rich history, and its culinary offerings are just as rich. Within a few blocks, you'll find ocean fresh Japanese fusion, tender steaks and pork chops served amid Tiffany lamps and antique stained glass windows. Even the local chain eateries feel like a home away from home, and American drive-thru restaurants make appearances at local county fairs with sirloin tip sandwiches, mashed potatoes and green beans that can compete with the best. A wonderful way to relax after a satisfying meal in Mishawaka is to stroll along the popular Riverwalk.

Discover Mishawaka

Mishawaka is named after Princess Mishawaka, the daughter of Shawnee Chief Elkhart. Nestled along the banks of the St. Joseph River, the neighborhood boasts a rich history, and its culinary offerings are just as rich. Within a few blocks, you'll find ocean fresh Japanese fusion, tender steaks and pork chops served amid Tiffany lamps and antique stained glass windows. Even the local chain eateries feel like a home away from home, and American drive-thru restaurants make appearances at local county fairs with sirloin tip sandwiches, mashed potatoes and green beans that can compete with the best. A wonderful way to relax after a satisfying meal in Mishawaka is to stroll along the popular Riverwalk.