- Arts & Culture
- Local Flavor
If you’re seeking a getaway that blends casual dining with warm people, stop and take a walk around in a Southern Indiana town. Experiencing Southern Indiana is a perfect excursion into the world of farm-to-fork. With a vibrant local restaurant and beer scene to rich agricultural experiences, a world of flavor is growing in this gentle landscape.
Many of our restaurants like The Exchange Pub + Kitchen in New Albany, or Red Foot Brewing and Red Yeti Restaurant in Jeffersonville use locally sourced ingredients that come from one of our historic family farms or farmers’ markets. At the markets, local farmers are available to sell and discuss their goods.
If you’re visiting, make the short drive to the each of the Huber farms in Starlight. Starting as one farm in 1843 by German immigrant Simon Huber, the family now has two separate businesses owned by cousins related to Simon: Joe Huber’s Family Farm and Restaurant and Huber’s Orchard, Winery, and Vineyards. They welcome huge crowds to their seasonal festivals.