Knob Hill Tavern has been located in Historic Newburgh since 1943. Best known for Fiddlers and the coldest fishbowls of draft beer. Share your next dining experience with us where the food and atmosphere are always exceptional.
Newburgh Local and Regional Restaurants
333 N State St.
The atmosphere allows families to come in and enjoy sitting down, enjoying family time. There are really two things that makes Tomelly’s different then any other pizza shops:1. Tom is the only one that makes the dough and knows the dough recipe 2: Our sauce is in house made!
From delicious appetizers to mouth watering entrees and specialty drinks Fiesta Acapulco always serves up the very best in Mexican cuisine. Visit us today & see what all the talk is about! Contests are not sponsored or endorsed by Facebook.
Looking for Japanese cuisine in Newburgh, Indiana? Then you’ve come to the right place. Here at Sakura Japanese Restaurant, you’ll find fresh sushi and authentic Japanese dishes. Our menu features soups, salads, Udon, Tempura, Bento boxes, and Hibachi! We also serve some Chinese cuisine dishes!
Prime Time Pub and Grill is a fine casual or high end sports bar locally owned and operated. We pride ourselves on our calming fun atmosphere, quality ingredients, portion sizes and outstanding service. Specialize in Prime Rib Burgers, Appetizers and Bar
The Tin Fish located has been a local favorite for seafood since 2007. Independently owned and operated, we have recently moved into our new building located in downtown Newburgh. We have a coastal seafood menu – with fresh fish delivered up to 6 days a week. Open daily for lunch and dinner with indoor and outdoor seating available, this casual restaurant is a great place to enjoy icy cold oysters, delicious seafood platters, wines by the glass, beer, and mixed drinks.
The American Legion Henry Kapperman Post 44 was organized in late 1919 and received their charter in 1920. They first met in the old Masonic Building on State Street, but with only 24 charter members and dues $1.50 per year, they found they couldn’t afford to pay rent. Therefore, Dr. Muntz offered them his office, located above the Newburgh State Bank at State and Jennings Streets for a meeting place. Later they moved to the basement of the building and continued to meet there for around seven years.
Around 1931, a fire at the mine destroyed all the other buildings that were constructed of wood and the present brick building was the only one left standing. In 1970, a 24 by 60 ft. addition was built on the east side of the original structure. It is used as a meeting room and for social events at the Legion. If you are looking for a place to eat in Newburgh, The American Legion kitchen serves great plate lunches Monday through Friday from 11 am – 2 pm. A variety sandwich dinner menu is served Monday – Thursday evenings from 5 pm – 8pm. A complete dinner menu is available on Friday and Saturday nights from 5 pm – 9pm featuring steak, catfish fiddlers, and many of your favorite entrees’, plus a fresh salad bar. Saturdays also have breakfast from 7 am – 10am and lunch from 11 am – 2 pm.