Historic Newburgh is your destination vacation. Nestled along the banks of the Ohio River, Newburgh is a historical and cultural gem. It is as if Newburgh was frozen in time. You will find that tradition meets Contemporary as you visit our shops and restaurants.
It is about unique places to eat. It is about boutiques, antique shops and even consignment stores that give a fresh twist to the shopping experience. In need of some rejuvenation? Spend a relaxing afternoon at a local spa. Plan your business meeting at Preservation Hall while your spouse or significant other has an enjoyable day of dining, shopping and touring. Stay at the old Lock Master Cottages which are high up on the hill, overlooking the Ohio. Download our Visitors Guide here: 2016HNI_VisitGuideWEB
If you are planning to move to Warrick County, Historic Newburgh Inc. is one resource you will want to take advantage of. One of our resources is the Newburgh Magazine which is published by the Warrick Standard. It can be viewed here or you can pick up a copy at many of the local merchants and at the Historic Newburgh, Inc. office at 517 West Main Street. Newburgh Magazine
We are proud of our town and hope you will enjoy Newburgh while you are here.
American Legion Kapperman Post 44
711 State Street • 812-858-9069
Open from 10 am – 11 pm. Lunches Monday – Friday 11 am – 2 pm. Dinner Friday and Saturday from 5 pm – 9pm.
Since their charter on August 23, 1919, the American Legion Post has been welcoming veterans from all branches of our Armed Forces. Today, they continue to welcome all military personnel serving our coumtry, as well as the public.
Ben and Penny’s
20 W. Water Street • (812) 858-2556
Wednesday – Sunday, 9 am – 9 pm. Breakfast daily from 9 am to Noon. Breakfast Sunday 9 am – 4 pm (Seasonally)
A European style market place right on the riverfront that offers art and other gift items, unique wine by the bottle, chocolate, ice cream, deli sandwiches, and breakfast.
17 W. Jennings Street • (812) 842-2200
Monday- Wednesday, 11 am – 9 pm. Thursday-Saturday, 11 am – 10pm. Closed Sunday.
A warm, casual atmosphere that blends Persian specialties with American favorites. Enjoy imported wines, Tandori chicken, gyros, hand-made kabobs, and signature wraps. Patio dining and evenings of music make a visit to Café Arazu special.
Cleo’s Bakery and Brown Bag Lunches
9 W. Jennings Street • (812) 853-0500
Monday- Thursday, 7 am – 5 pm, Friday – Saturday, 7 am – 8 pm
Located in the heart of Newburgh. A homestyle bakery with desserts made with the highest quality of ingredients. Sit out on the back screened in porch and check out the view of the river. Breakfast and lunch served daily.
Cricket’s Bar and Grill
518 W. Main Street • (812) 858-2782
Monday – Saturday, 11 am – ?, Sunday,11 am – 11 pm
Our hometown bar with hometown prices. Carry out or eat in. Dart boards, bar top video games, karaoke every Friday, live entertainment -Thursday and Saturday nights. Home of Newburgh’s best thin crust pizza.
With pick up or delivery, Dominos offers a wide range of pizza, plus sandwiches, pastas & wings.
Edgewater Grille and La Veranda
1 E. Water Street • (812) 858-2443
Monday- Saturday, 11 am – 9 pm Sunday, 8 am – 9 pm
Come for the food, stay for the view. Sumptuous Sunday breakfast. Brick oven pizza and artisan breads. La Veranda is ideal for large group events and parties.
Knob Hill Tavern
1016 Hwy 662 W. • (812) 853-9550
Monday – Thursday, 11 am – 10 pm, Friday & Saturday 11 am – 11 pm, Sunday 11 am – 9 pm.
Established in 1943, Knob Hill is Newburgh’s oldest tavern. Voted best catfish fiddlers nine years running. Great food, the coldest fish bowls, craft beers on draft and an unmatched year-round atmosphere. Seasonal patio dining.
Lucid Coffee Shop
224 West Jennings * (812) 463-2520
Open everyday except Sunday 7 am – 5 pm, Closed Holidays
Craft coffee, good friends, great pastries are what is on tap in this historic building. Come enjoy life with us, one cup at a time
Rivertown Ice Cream
521 State Street
A seasonal ice cream shop that also offers food from the grill. Put a smile on your face with Rivertown’s ice cream.
The Tin Fish
300 West Jennings Street • (812) 490-7000
Monday – Sunday, 11 am – 8 pm
Award- winning crab cakes, famous fish tacos, North Atlantic cod, sweet and sour coleslaw, and crisscut fries and the largest oysters, fried or raw fresh from the Chesapeake Bay. Full bar. Group meeting/private dining room available.
Mulberry Jeans Accents
600 State Street 812-490-5835
Unique gifts, accessories and delicious treats for you and your home! Mulberry Jean’s sells over 40 different types of loose leaf teas by the ounce, ask about their tins that they refill and you can receive a discount. Coffee beans by the pound or half pound are also available. Reserve their tea room to host your parties, or just to relax. Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and a fresh baked treat from their bakery. They also have latte’s and great tea smoothies!!!
UpGrade Cafe at Livewell
This refreshing cafe is located at Jennings Station at Livewell. They specialize in Healthy, Fresh, Energizing, and Organic foods. They have smoothies, soups, and cold press juices. Buy fresh made for breakfast or lunch or shop their mini-grocery store.
“Upgrade Café is about nutrition on-the-go; no, make that flavorful nutrition in ways that ‘hack’ the status quo. Chef Molly has no patience for bland ‘diet’ foods that lack micronutrients so we don’t even try to go there, especially since we don’t even believe in diets. They offer “low glycemic paleo doughnuts, a protein rich ‘cookie dough bite’ instead of a boring shake, delicious smoothie concoctions-from chia puddings to pumpkin muffins.” Plus, one of their popular signature Upgrade offerings is their cold brew coffee.