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Tippe holds an exceptionally special place in my heart as we married at Tippe and held our reception in the ball room. If you love the charm of older homes, it’s worth a visit just to peek in and soak up some history.
Someone recommended that we visit this restaurant while staying in South Bend. Don’t get it mixed up with the museum. They’re a few blocks away from each other. I normally wouldn’t eat at a buffet but trusted this person’s judgement. Although the place was very...More
If you want to dine amongst stunning woodwork, attentive service and grand views, then Tippecanoe Place is just that place. Built by the Studebaker family, this well preserved and well maintained Gilded Age Mansion offers not only a glimpse of this palatial house, but a...More
The building is historic and worth seeing, however if you are accustomed to fine dining, you will be disappointed. In it's hey day Tippecanoe Place was the place to be but that's just not the case any longer. The food is mediocre and beef is...More
The food was excellent and the service even better. It was my birthday and I can imagine going any place better. If you like special interesting atmosphere this is the place to go. The building is worth the trip just to see how beautiful homes...More
The service and food was unbelievable. The dinning rooms are beautiful and the service and food was superb. The best part about our dinner was the price! As good as it was, I thought the prices would have been much higher.
Go for the atmosphere......just be sure to eat somewhere else first. Enjoy the beautiful 2nd floor bar and stroll through this historic manor. But save your money and skip the restaurant. We had slow service (though our waiter was very pleasant) and the food was...More
This restaurant was actually recommended by a friend. All I can say is things must've gone downhill quickly. It's a magnificent mansion. Unfortunately, the restaurant has the atmosphere of a morgue. The woman who was the hostess could not have been more curt and unwelcoming....More