Niles is a city in Berrien and Cass counties in the U.S. state of Michigan, near South Bend, Indiana. In 2010, the population was 11,600 according to the 2010 census. It is the larger, by population, of the two principal cities in the Niles-Benton Harbor Metropolitan Statistical Area, an area with 156,813 people.
Things to do in Niles
4.5 based on 85 reviews
This is a popular local place. Food is great and service is prompt and friendly. Great place for families.
4 based on 12 reviews
The workers here are good and personable. The food is typical DQ, so you won't be disappointed if you like what they offer. Our only negative reaction is the small area near the ordering window. You can sit there to eat if you can endure the warm temps. Updating that area would do a lot to improve the experience.
5 based on 11 reviews
They've always made great coffee... in a great variety. All hand brewed with care. The new owner has added homemade quiche -not those silly thin California quiches: a deep dish with a flaky crust; packed with such good cheese and spinach/ham/mushrooms. The salads are incredible. I believe the vineagarettes are hand made too. Honest, I didn't expect to find such good flavors, such great dining in Niles. To be frank, I've not found such an excellent quiche and salad in S. Bend, Mishawaka IN either. We eat out daily, at all venues. AND this one I will be back, to try the sandwiches, the soups, the pastries, the chocolates, and more coffees. BTW , the owner and her daughter are knowledgeable, friendly without being intrusive, pleasing. AND the Brew Ha Ha has a "free library" you can read a book there, take one from the shelf, not have to return it, or even put one of your own in the bookcase. Such a cheery place to eat, nice staff, and great food. REally a treat.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
Pizza Transit is a family owned pizzeria that has been serving Niles since 1987. We offer delivery, dine-in, and carryout. Our belief is that going out to eat should be a treat and we hope to WOW you with every pizza! Our pizzas are made with our homemade, handtossed dough, slathered with homemade pizza sauce, sprinkled generously with 100% real part skim mozzarella, and topped with your choice of the freshest meats and veggies. Although pizza is our passion we also offer great homemade subs, salads, wings, pasta, and more.
Thought to try a new Niles pizza place after 11 years and we were happy we did. Ordered the special of month, Thanksgiving Pizza, and it was just like eating the entire traditional meal in one bite. Flavorful and fun! The Gyros pizza was also very different but delicious. Crust can be ordered soft or toasty and we opted for more well done. Glad to have that option. Delivery took about two hours, guess they are very popular, especially on Friday nights. Will order again.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
True artisan coffee baristas have great options for your coffee palate. Perfectly ground coffee for espresso, pour over and drip. Extraction and grind is Everything in the brewing process and they have it mastered. Don't pass up this cozy shop in our growing town of Niles. You won't be disappointed.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
We were staying at the nearby Holiday Inn, visiting Notre Dame, and so gave this restaurant a try. It has beautifully decorated rooms, open pretty late, an excellent choice of foods, well prepared. We were delighted with this surprise gem there in Niles, not far north of I-80 -I-90 Indiana Toll Road (Notre Dame exit). (Not to be confused with "Ho Ping House" which is south of the Toll Road, nearer the campus; we did not go to that one.)
5 based on 4 reviews
Great staff keeps Starsbucks humming in the "Side door Deli" part of Martins (northside of building) . Even the water tastes great, grandkids like to order an ice water. my granddaughter really likes to get a kids size warm vanilla mike topped with whipped cream.
try the salad bar run by Martins, Brenda keeps the salad bar fresh.
5 based on 37 reviews
We were in the area and checked TripAdvisor for food options since we were not familiar with Niles. This place was at the top of the list so we decided to try it. The first clue that it was not a true restaurant was when we ended up in a theater parking lot. It has good food, but the ambience is terrible. The eating area is in the corner of a theater, which was filled with screaming kids, has old furniture, and odd decorations - if you can call it that.
I had the pulled pork and my husband had the brisket. They were out of their homemade beans - so we had cole slaw which tasted like it came from GFS. The meat was really good tho' and I would go in there again if just to pick up some meat to take home.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Rise n Shine Café is a family owned mom n pop type family restaurant. We specialize in homemade specials and soups, we offer large portions of food for low prices. We serve the lowest price coffee in the entire area at only 99 cents.
Good home style breakfasts with all your favorite options. The blueberry pancakes have real blueberries in the pancakes, not pie filling on top. The coffee refills are frequent and the service is efficient. There is sometimes a wait for a table because it's pretty small...MoreThank you so much, we appreciate your great review of our business.
4 based on 46 reviews
The menu has a good selection of foods: hot sandwiches, cold sandwiches, salads,soups, hot plates like vegetarian lasagna. The restaurant is clean, service is decent and the prices are quite reasonable. The restaurant is somewhat dated but great for business meetings, family get-togethers or casual meals. Big parking lot.
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