new Mexican restaurant, Pizza Week, where to eat


EVANSVILLEind. – We bring you Tri-State restaurant events and food news you need to know. Check out this weekly feature to keep up to date with the latest.

The express burrito truck will soon open a storefront on Highway 41 in Henderson called Burrito Express Mexican Grill. Look for authentic Mexican specialties such as tacos, alambres, gorditas, guisados, barbacoa, birria and more. No opening date has been announced.

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house party now offering family meals on the go of chicken on the beach with a large cheese dip, tortilla chips and salsa; or a dozen hard or soft shell tacos filled with ground chicken or beef with a big cheese dip, chips and salsa. That’s enough food to feed five people for $35, and you can even pick it up at the drive-thru. Take-out and online orders only.

Casa Fiesta is at 2121 N. Green River Road, Suite 8; 812-401-4000.

Wine bar and intertwined cocktails will host local jazz saxophone artist Monte Skelton on the first Thursday of every month in 2022 from 6-9 p.m. Reservations are encouraged and a $5 entrance fee will be added to the bill. Enjoy music with your elegant small plates

Entwined is at 303 Main Street; 812-550-1393.

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Evansville Pizza Week by Evansville The events will take place from Sunday January 9th to Saturday January 15th. Nearly a dozen restaurants in Evansville, including Deerhead, Bob’s Lounge, Lombardi’s New York Pizza and wings and Steve’s Una Pizza, will be offering $9 pizza specials, either on a classic pie or a new creation. Download an Evansville Events passport and visit four or more locations to enter and win a 43-inch smart TV sponsored by the original Roca Bar.

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The Highland Inn will no longer be open on Sundays after January 9, but will make the restaurant available to accommodate larger private parties of 35-85 people on Sundays with advance planning. Breakfast will still be served throughout the week. Hours are Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The Highland is at 6620 N. First Ave.; 812-909-1500.

The newspaper inn the staff are on annual vacation in January and the restaurant will reopen on Friday February 4th to warm you up once again with family dinners of fried chicken, ham and roast beef and more on the extensive a la carte menu.

The Log Inn is at 12491 S. 200 E. Haubstadt, Ind.; 812-867-3216.

Schymik’s kitchen expanded its hours and updated the menu. It is now open Wednesday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and for Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The menu includes small plates of Chef Lake’s Chilli Cheese with tortilla chips and beet salad with goat cheese, arugula, toasted pecans and orange vinaigrette; and larger plates of crab cakes with hoppin’ John, crawfish smother, mixed shellfish in lobster sauce over grits and more.

Schymik’s kitchen is located at 1112 Parrett Street; 812-401-3333.

Contact Aimee Blume at [email protected]


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