Home to one of the busiest retail districts in the region and severally locally owned stores, Mishawaka is the type of place where shoppers can spend days on end. These are some of the places that should be on your to-do list if you're looking to do some serious shopping.

Grape Road and Main Street

Leaving the mall opens up even more shopping opportunities. Running north/south between Cleveland and Edison Roads, Grape Road and Main Street are lined with well-known national brands. 

Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, HomeGoods, Kirkland's, Fleet Feet, Target, Costco, Whole Foods and Bed Bath & Beyond are just some of the headliners. There is also a mixture of local and national chain restaurants. Top Mishawaka restaurants like Corndance Tavern, Evil Czech Brewery & Public House and Caracas Bistro are in this area.

University Park Mall 

University Park Mall is the anchor of the Grape and Main corridor (more on this later). The collection of shops in the mall draw shoppers all year round. They include:

  • Apple Store (one of just two Apple stores in Indiana)
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Bath and Body Works
  • Build-A-Bear
  • Macy's
  • Michael Kors
  • Coach
  • Victoria's Secret
  • Lululemon

Looking for a bite to eat after you're done shopping? Grab a table at Five Guys, Flat Top Grill or from a variety of options at the Food Court.

More Shopping Centers in Mishawaka 

There's more than just the mall if you're looking for several shops in close proximity. Centennial Place and Heritage Square are walkable shopping centers with a variety of stores. 

Talbot's, Wakarusa Dime Store, Vintage Charm and Ten Thousand Villages are popular stores at Centennial Place. Heritage Square includes Eddie Bauer and Trek (among others), plus restaurants like Uptown Kitchen.