Happy Faces, Hidden Places

Restaurants

Evansville, Indiana, has a restaurant to satisfy every taste. Our restaurants, delis, diners, and pubs include locally-owned eateries and national chains. Enjoy authentic foods from many cultures.


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Bud's Rockin' Country Bar & Grill

Eat, drink and have a great time at Bud's Bar & Grill on Franklin Street! The only country themed bar in the area!

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Chick-fil-A

Our team is committed to providing you with great food, friendly customer service and a comfortable dining experience. Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and coffee.

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6 AM

6AM All Day Breakfast Eastland Mall. Biscuits and gravy, Bacon egg and cheese croisants, the omelette challenge!, lunch, burgers, sandwiches...Did I mention the biscuits and gravy?

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Acropolis Restaurant & Catering

Authentic Greek cuisine and spirits, steaks, chops and seafood. Full service bar. Lunch specials.

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Amy’s On Franklin

COMING SOON Nestled on the east end of West Franklin, in a sleek and modern rehab of an historic 19th century building, Amy’s on Franklin stands out not only with its famous purple exterior, but it’s eclectic and creative menu comprises Midwest comfort food heavily influenced by the French Quarter, Mexico and Texas.

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Angelo's Italian Restaurant

Pasta, chicken, seafood, veal, pizza.

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Applebee's

Soups, sandwiches, varied dinner entrees.

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Arazu on Main

From the owners of Cafe Arazu, Arazu on Main is open for lunch and dinner Monday-Thursday, and dinner Friday-Saturday. Serving Middle Eastern fusion cuisine. Please call 812-401-1768 for reservations.

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Arby's

Arby's Fast Crafted® restaurant services feature a unique blend of quick-serve speed combined with the quality and made-for-you care of fast casual.

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Auntie Anne's Pretzels

Auntie Anne's got its start in 1988 when Anne Beiler bought a stand in a Pennsylvania farmer's market. After some experimentation, "Auntie" Anne created a masterpiece — the same freshly baked goodness you know and love today.

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