Restaurants in Southern Indiana
Packed with great places to eat, southern Indiana (SoIN, as we call it) is only five minutes from downtown Louisville. You can find almost any cuisine: from burgers to Mediterranean. Being so close to a foodie city like Louisville, SoIN is an extension of that local culinary scene and has the flavors to prove it, with classic Midwest country cooking, ethnic cuisine, fine wines, craft beer, regional favorites, and fresh farm produce.
Floyd County Brewing Company, New Albany
Find local dining hot spots in the downtown areas of New Albany and Jeffersonville. Independent restaurants led the way in the revival of downtown New Albany, and Jeffersonville is following suit. Both have a hip independent food scene. And you'll find plenty of familiar national brands in Clarksville.
You'll also find plenty of romantic riverfront spots or casual places to hang out with the gang. In the mood for something specific? You can search below to find the perfect southern Indiana dining spot for your taste.
Entree from the 1894 Lodge, New Washington