Yesterdays of Granger Indiana
Living 10 minutes from Yesterday's is a problem, one of those good problems. Yesterdays is a great little restaurant, perfect for Notre Dame football weekends or when visiting the South Bend and Mishawaka area. It's easy to get to, accessible from the Indiana toll road.
Yesterdays is a small little farm house, converted to a restaurant. We've always had good luck with the wait staff and bar staff. It is a little pricey, but high quality food and lower priced options make it a great place to check out.
The Chicken Lip Sandwich is my favorite. It's the best buffalo chicken sandwich I've ever had, by far! Their chicken is cooked perfectly, and the blue cheese dressing is a perfect match. They have great steak and fish dinners too, but my wallet let me try those out! I forgot to take a picture of the chicken sandwich, I fasted all day and couldn't wait the extra 10 seconds!
Now, the most amazing part? The desserts are to DIE FOR! Check out these pictures!
This right here, oh man... The Yesterday's Peanut Butter No Bake is legit! Graham cracker crust, peanut butter filling and a dollop of home made whip cream makes this my favorite dessert ever! It really is special!
Forgive me, I forget the name of the dessert my kids shared, pictured above. Blame it on blacking out after the PB No Bake was delivered! Mint ice cream with warm chocolate cookies, holy cow! The kids love it and my wife said she found a new favorite dessert from Yesterday's! Yesterdays goes above and beyond with dinner and dessert, making this our favorite medium priced restaurant in Northern Indiana! Check it out soon!
11/5/2019 02:27:19 pm
Danny Granger of the Indiana Pacers is my favorite player in the entire world. I know that he is not the best, but he is just amazing. I was able to see a player score in all kinds of ways, and that is what I love about him. I think that his game is the most interesting one in the entire NBA right now. I hope that I can see him go and play professionally again, I want to see him be great again.
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