Comfort Inn East
8331 E. Walnut Street
Evansville, IN 47715
Phone: (812) 476-3600
Fax: (812) 476-3648
Bars & Cafes
Coffee Cottage & Cafe is a charming spot for brunch. On their menu are delicious quiches and light bites served with specialty coffees. Select from Crab and Corn Chowder, Tuna Casserole, Pasta Primavera, and Spinach and Feta Quiche.
Jimtown Bar is one of the best places in southwest Indiana to catch the live game. Owned by Marlon and Marty Moore, this sports bar features after-work Happy Hour deals on drinks and pub grub.
If you're looking for a laid-back bar with an excellent food menu, then head to Fred's Bar. This neighborhood tavern features an array of domestic and imported beer paired with great burgers, chili and fries.
Enjoy the extravagant party atmosphere at the grand Club Baja, which is located on the river Ohio at the Marina Pointe. The club comprises of six full service bars including the one on the patio, and has a capacity to host more than 2000 guests at a time. With live music being the flavor of the house, one can find various local entertainment artists and bands catering to rock and pop genres.
Sip a cup of freshly-brewed coffee from one of the best cafes in Evansville. Penny Lane Coffeehouse is a local favorite serving up classic and specialty lattes like Instant Karma, Voodoo Child and Dirty Hippie.
Rick's 718 is more than a neighborhood dive bar. This place serves premium beer and spirits with homemade set meals like Cat Fish Filet, Salmon Patties, and Chicken and Dumplings. Head here for their entertaining weekly karaoke.
What started out as a neighborhood watering hole has now blossomed into a full fledged bar complete with live music concerts. This casual place boasts of a friendly atmosphere and a cool concert line-up. As far as menu is concerned, Lamasco Bar and Grill offers tempting plates and variety of libations; it also does onsite and off-site catering. Do visit this bar for a dose of good music and great food.
Its hard not to miss the dark blue building standing solitarily on West Franklin Street. PG is the brainchild of Kate Horvath and Todd Huber. Eclectic in every way, right from its industrial decor in the front to its very cozy and inviting room, decked with rotating art works and a plush couch. This cafe and performance cum exhibition space has wowed the locals with its delicious food and live entertainment. PG is the short form of Pupienus’ Glove. Pupienus Maximus was a Roman emperor and PG is an inspired figment from Todd's mind to generate curiosity.