Restaurants in Evansville

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501 N Green River Rd
Evansville,
IN
US

When you are here it feels like you are down by the coast. It has a friendly, sandy feel to it. And when the weather is nice the outside deck is where to be.

300 W Jennings St
Newburgh,
IN
US

A graduate of New York's Culinary Institute of America, chef and co-owner Timothy Mills deftly fuses the cuisines of Asia, Spain, and the regional United States to create an innovative and weekly evolving menu.

423 SE 2nd St
Evansville,
IN
US

• For $7, you get $15 worth of lunch or weekend brunch fare. • For $12, you get $25 worth of dinner fare.

7700 Eagle Crest Blvd
Evansville,
IN
US

The Pub's squadron of servers gratifies eager appetites with a menu chock-full of convivial comestibles. Beef savants can savor a half-pound charbroiled hamburger ($7.95), slender italian beef sandwich soaking in an au jus jacuzzi ($6.95), or precisely spiced gyros zapped with tzatziki sauce ($7.25). Poultry partisans can take a breather from rehashing chicken jaywalking jokes to assuage esophagi with turkey and cheese on rye bread ($6.95) or freshly made chicken salad, fortified with walnuts and snugly embraced by a honey-baked croissant ($7.25). Or dispense with the tidiness of sandwiches and plunge mouths directly into a plate of simmering spaghetti doused with meat-infused marinara sauce ($7.95).

1348 E Division St
Evansville,
IN
US

The vision for Jeanne's Gelato & More began when Valerie Ewers, who co-owns the café with her sisters, made a fateful trip to California and tasted gelato for the first time. She recalls, "I was pretty blown away… it was really different from everything else." Following this gustatory awakening, Valerie conferred with her sisters, and together they decided to set up a shop of their own inside a cheery yellow-walled café. The sisters offer a rotating cast of the creamy treat, eschewing artificial flavors in favor of seasonal ingredients such as watermelon and mango, and more off-the-wall infusions of wine, beer, and honeysuckle from real flowers.

In addition to making their own gelato, the sisters use their mother's recipes to prepare fresh soups and french chocolate cake. And for clients looking to pair their treats with drinks, Ewers emphasizes her coffee: "best lattes around,” she says, “'cause I like my coffee."

2003 Lincoln Ave
Evansville,
IN
US