Rohr's is fine, it's a bit pricey for what it is but the food is decent and it's convenient that it's right on campus, barely even a 5 minute walk to the stadium.How’s Rohr’s (inside Morris Inn) for game weekends? Can you freely walk into the bar on Friday or Saturday? Or, are reservations required?
Also, is it even worth it to grab lunch or dinner ( Friday), breakfast (gameday), or an afternoon beer (Friday) or postgame beer?
Thanks for the heads up. In regard to Rohr’s, that sounds like a good spot for midafternoon Friday beers.Rohr's is fine, it's a bit pricey for what it is but the food is decent and it's convenient that it's right on campus, barely even a 5 minute walk to the stadium.
The bar is open to the public, but I'd anticipate it's going to be packed on a gameday weekend. If you want to sit down for lunch you'll probably want to call to make a reservation.
There are plenty of options for food and beverage in Mishawaka and downtown South Bend, but remember that everything is a zoo within a 20 mile radius of campus on a game weekend. Best to either make reservations where you can get them or head straight to the bar areas and expect a wait.
I think some have already said there will be plenty of on-campus food trucks and student/faculty/alumni organizations grilling in various tents around campus to raise money. It's usually pretty good, and much less of a wait, and you can basically carry beers around campus, just don't be "that asshole" that's sticking out in a crowd and no one will bat an eye.
Obviously, be respectful around the Grotto and the Basilica, and goes without saying, but don't bring a beer into the church, lol. (they even request that you take off your hat if you enter).
Depends on the context of the game. If we are up 42-3 against Tennessee State and the backups are playing, and it’s 90 degrees out….. do everyone a favor and sit down.hearing a lot of complaints about people not sitting down and being yelled at again...... Really sick of this.
There's always White Lot, or the golf course. If you get there early you can park in some people's yards for a good price, but I've never done that and I'm guessing they're not cool with tailgating lol. We'll be in the Stadium lot for this one.I've been to South Bend a ton, and I know that the Joyce lot is gonna be a no go for OSU $$...Any feedback of where I should look to grab parking to tailget and have some fun. I've been to my fare share of big games, but I have a feeling this may be the biggest.
There's always White Lot, or the golf course. If you get there early you can park in some people's yards for a good price, but I've never done that and I'm guessing they're not cool with tailgating lol. We'll be in the Stadium lot for this one.
Trumpets under the dome has been canceledCircling back to this thread, with 2 home games now played, for those that have attended, how’s the atmosphere for the 2023 season? How’s the tailgating? Are they doing trumpets under the dome? Any new bars and restaurants you’d recommend? Any absolute must-do/must-sees for the game I’m attending this year? Thanks and Go Irish 🍀
Correct - and I believe the indoor trumpets were actually causing some concern regarding the structural integrity of main building.
80/20 was pretty accurate, not the 60/40 that Stubhub or whoever was coming up with. Still more Buckeyes than I would have liked, but not as bad as the Georgia game. Atmosphere was awesome, I'd put it right up there with '05 USC...with a similar ending.Last Saturday is still bothering me,
But I just wanted to stop by to say that last weekend was the single best atmosphere and the loudest I have EVER heard Notre Dane Stadium. Everyone did their job in creating the biggest home field advantage possible. I’d say the stadium was 80/20.
The view from Saturday wasn’t too shabby.
I generally stay away from Legends. Typically there's long wait times, but I don't know if you buy a package ahead of time if that gets you through the line.Have any of you done the “Gameday at Legends” package — LINK?
Right now, I’m looking at just their post game package —4 drink tickets and the buffet. If so, is it worth the price?
Basically, I just want a spot nearby and on foot — there, O’Rourke’s, Brother’s, Rohr’s (any others that you’d recommend?) where we can snag a bar table, eat, have a few drinks and catch the evening games.
However, I’m also concerned about long wait times, limited table seating etc. I’m not leaving the game early to beat the rush either.
Any input or suggestions?