Built by Clem Studebaker from 1886 - 1889, the Tippecanoe Place mansion has a rich and colorful history. Today, the restaurant indulges clientele in grand cuisine and noble wine - all within an atmosphere of unparalleled ambiance at the heart of the South Bend business and catering scene.
Learn more of the Studebaker mansion's fascinating history from 1884 - present including its construction, historical occupants, and restaurant.
Credit Cards: All major cards accepted
Dining Classification: Casual and Family Dining
Cost: Lunch $9-$16 Entrees under $20-$32
Menu Style: American
Alcohol Served: Wine, Champagne, Cocktails, Liquor and Beer
Separate Bar Area: N/A
Largest Group Served: 80
Meeting Room Capacity: 30
Entertainment: Murder Mysteries and Christmas/Holiday Events
Local / Organic: Use seasonal local farmers
Diet Specific:Vegan and Vegetarian
Parking: City Street Parking Available Visible Signage: All visible From Road Handicapped Accessible:yes
Seating: Reservations accepted Hostess on Duty: Yes Gift Shop / Products for Sale:N/A Smoking: No Bathrooms:
Take the time to relax and enjoy Tippecanoe Place as it was intended. View a list of the marvelous appetizers including French onion soup, dinner salads, soup of the day, and tomatoes with fresh mozzarella.
Come enjoy the house specialty roasted prime rib, hand carved steaks and seafood creations along with Tippecanoe's traditional and featured entrees.
Indulge in even more culinary delights during their Sunday brunch. See why it's a Michiana favorite on Sundays from 10:00am - 2:00pm and choose from a variety of fresh fruit, salads, and custom omelets and waffles.