There’s one more place to get local craft beer in South Bend.
- RELATED: Crooked Ewe will start serving lunch, dinner on Tuesdays, Nov. 3
Folks will be able to try samples and pick up pre-filled growlers and pints of beer for $20 and $5, respectively, Flavor 574 reports. There are also T-shirts and gift cards available. You can find all of this Saturdays at the market through the end of the year.
After a few soft opening nights, Tapastrie is very close to opening at 103 W. Colfax Ave., in South Bend.
The restaurant will offer Mediterranean-style tapas for lunch and dinner, Flavor 574 reports. Remodeling delays pushed back the opening but after the events last week and during the weekend, owners Tom Welsh and Carol Meehan are close to setting an opening date.
- RELATED: Tapastrie, South Bend’s new wine and tapas restaurant run by Fiddler’s Hearth’s owners, will soon open downtown, March 28
The small plate offerings have Spanish, Turkish, Greek and Italian influences and the restaurant also has a hefty wine list.
Evil Czech Brewery’s menu got a little fall makeover.
Chef Drew Sachau pulled together a new menu to spotlight the best fall and winter ingredients, Flavor 574 reports. Some beloved items were replaced to accommodate the new dishes.
Look for the charred Brussels sprouts, Chinoise salad and a new sandwich, El Chapo, that replaces the Stockyard.
The new items will also be available during the Lightnin’ Lunch. Look for another update as the season changes again.