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Join us for another AMAZING “Art After Dark” on Saturday, June 1st from 8-11 pm! Help us celebrate “Arts in Harmony” with the unveiling of several new amazing pieces of art and sculpture, music, catering from Denise Rapp and an … Continue reading
The Yellow Tavern menu features German type fare such as Bratwurst, Germain Bologna, Reubens and Brain Sandwiches; along with other local favorites such as burgers, pizza and barbecue pork. The full line of bar-type appetizers and sides include such favorites as onion rings and breaded mushrooms. Nancy’s Bread Pudding is a specialty that people keep coming back to taste again. Continue reading
The Red Geranium has been Posey County’s, if not the Tri-State’s, premier fine dining establishment since 1964. It’s dinner menu has something for everybody, with its world class steaks and chops, seafood, chicken, and pasta entrees, all cooked to perfection. It’s weekly lunch and weekend brunch menus feature choices ranging from down home, midwest favorites such as biscuits and gravy to international favorites such as Mediterranean Pasta, Mexican-style Quesadillas, and traditional Brit staple Fish and Chips. The Harmonist Omelet, soft cooked with fresh chives, goat cheese and shitake mushrooms captures both the “New” and “Harmony” in a single dish. The wine list is excellent. Continue reading
If you’re looking for savory food, great entertainment and a family atmosphere, you’re looking for Zaps Tavern. Your mouth will start watering as soon as you step into the rustic wood bar. Once you sink your teeth into our famous, crispy fried chicken, you’ll never want to leave.
Count on our fast, friendly wait staff to keep your plates and glasses full.
Are you looking for Weinzalfel’s Tavern? The location you love, with its high ceilings and solid wood walls is now known as Zaps. This historical tavern has stood in Mt. Vernon, IN for over 50 years, and we plan to be here for at least 50 more. Continue reading
The Saint Phillips Inn may be the oldest bar/restaurant in Posey County, though not the only one to stake that claim. The original part of the building was constructed in 1890 and rumor has it that it used to be a Pony Express stop. Menu choices range from simple ham and cheese sandwiches and burgers to pizza, Stromboli’s, fiddlers and fried chicken. Plate lunches and nightly specials are available every day throughout the week. Continue reading