Food & Drink in Evansville

Up to 55% Off at Daily's Bakery

Daily's Bakery


$30 $15

Bakers create stunning and delicious jumbo cupcakes

Up to 45% Off Meats and Prepared Foods at Meacham Hams

Meacham Hams

Online Deal

$20 $12

Country-cooked ham, turkey, bacon, and barbecue items; breakfast staples include homemade buttermilk pancake mix and cinnamon-whipped honey

Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood – Up to 42% Off

Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood

Victory Theatre

$47.95 $28


Whose Line Is It Anyway? stars take their improv act on the road, building screwball scenes from audience suggestions

$8 for Chocolates at Mike Libs and the Chocolate Factory

Mike Libs and the Chocolate Factory


$15 $8

Georgia pecans enrobed in caramel and chocolate, fresh fudge kneaded on steel slabs, and cream-filled candies

$5 for Burgers at Burger Bank

Burger Bank


$10 $5


Quarter-pound burgers on toasted buns, chicken tenders, breaded shrimp, sundaes, and other American favorites

43% Off the Buffet at Gatti Town Family Entertainment Center

Gatti Town Family Entertainment Center


$21 $12


A limitless buffet includes speciality pizzas like the Sicilian Veggie, various pasta dishes, a salad bar, and dessert pizzas

Up to 54% Off at Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme Evansville

$16.98 $8.50

Hot and fresh Original Glazed or assorted doughnuts from iconic doughnut shop

45% Off American Food at The Korner Inn

The Korner Inn


$20 $11

The cooks entice appetites with casual American cuisine, including burgers, barbecue, fried fish, and grilled chicken

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The Korner Inn entices appetites with casual American cuisine, including burgers, barbecue, and sandwiches. Live music with Tom Small on Thursday night and an annual chili cook-off keep the atmosphere humming as patrons chow down on plates of fried fish and grilled chicken.

15 W Main St

The Ohio River courses past Edgewater Grille, providing a scenic backdrop for the eclectic culinary offerings inside. From piping-hot pizzas delivered straight from a wood-fired brick oven to blackened scallops nested on a bed of capellini, Edgewater Grille’s expansive menu proves that variety is the spice of life and the key to a good meal. Outdoor deck space facilitates alfresco dining in the warmer months, letting patrons pair fresh air with freshly baked desserts or wine and drinks from the full bar. With ample seating and multiple private rooms, Edgewater Grille is a prime spot for events such as weddings or Frankenstein support groups, and its chefs cater parties large and small with a smorgasbord of seafood, steaks, sandwiches, and pastas.

1 E Water St

When a pizza-craving stomach rumbles in the city, the drivers at Heady's Pizza stand ready to bring it made-to-order pizzas, sub sandwiches, and appetizers any time between 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Each time the phone rings or an order comes in, cooks begin crowning pizzas with classic toppings of mozzarella cheese and pepperoni as well as inventive sauce bases such as alfredo, pesto, and ranch. While pizzas are baking, the cooks layer sub sandwiches with at least a half pound of meat, preparing the restaurant's signature Chicken Blah Blah subs covered in Blah sauce, mozzarella cheese, and bacon. Carnegie Deli cheesecake slices and baked-to-order cookies end meals on a note as sweet as those played by the horn section of Candyland's marching band.

4120 N 1st Ave

After 30 years of curating and perfecting recipes, founders Linda and Julie unleashed their culinary powers to create a Roly Poly menu of more than 50 rolls and sandwiches, plus a tempting selection of desserts. Slinging sandwiches for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the sandwich artisans envelop a variety of inventive ingredients inside warm, floury tortillas, from scrambled eggs to pesto chicken to mustard-splashed tuna. Customized sandwiches may also be rolled to suit various diets, preferences, or carbo-loading competitive mimes.

5702 E Virginia St

Bright-colored balls have sent pins crashing at Franklin Bowling Lanes for years. Since then, the bowling center has seen several upgrades, including 20 Brunswick Pro Lanes, which replaced the originals. Optional bumpers pop into action to help young bowlers or adults who learned physics from Wile E. Coyote’s correspondence school.

1801 W Franklin St.

At The Creekside Bar and Grill, diners enjoy classic sandwiches, 8-ounce burgers, and specialty pizzas on an outdoor patio overlooking the waters of Loughborough Lake. Visitors can dock their boats near the restaurant and hop ashore to enjoy nightly specials and live music on the weekends.

516 Main Street
New Harmony,