While staying at the Oliver Inn we took the opportunity to walk the quick few blocks to Fiddler’s Hearth. Daughter and I love to attend the Irish Music Festival in Muskegon Michigan so we were hoping for good reels and jigs!
I had asked before hand what the policy is for minors as each state has different laws when the establishment has an alcohol license. I was assured that Daughter being in the place after 9pm would not be an issue and no one blinked an eye on our visit.
I had planned to arrive around 8:30 and get a little dessert before the band started. But then I misplaced our room key and that panic ate up a bit our time before we walked over. It was a few minutes past nine when we arrived and located some open seats. (Its group tables and seating here so everyone is a new friend.) The band was already playing and a few were dancing up front.
We were quickly served and still able to order dessert. I was not very hungry but wanted to try their Creme Brulee. Unfortunately it was sold out already! Daughter had the Fighting Irishman Sundae and I went with Chocolate Oblivion. I washed it down with a great cider while we enjoyed the band.
We stayed a little over an hour before deciding to beat the rain back to the inn. Its a short quick walk but I would rather stay dry as I go. We had a great time here and plan to be back again to try dinner. They have live entertainment almost everyday as you can see here: http://www.fiddlershearth.com/events.html
More information here: http://www.fiddlershearth.com/index.html
South Bend at 127 N. Main St.
Telephone: (574) 232-2853
Sunday 11:00am – 9:00pm
Monday & Tuesday 11:00am – 11:00pm
Wednesday & Thursday 11:00am – Midnight
Friday & Saturday 11:00am – 1:00am