Grownup drinks, hen salad chicks and extra on this week’s Meals Information

EVANSVILLE, Ind. – We’re bringing you Tri- Restaurant Happenings and You Need to Know. Check out this weekly feature to keep up to date.

Agape Graze On Monday, May 10th, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Jennings Street Station in Newburgh, there will be a night of cured meats and cocktails. Couples are learning to create their own wicker box to enjoy together by the river or with cocktails on the terrace of the Jennings Street . The pasture boxes contain a selection of meat, cheese, fruit and much more.

Public House on Jennings Street – 300 W. Jennings St. in Newburgh

A sausage box from Agape Graze on Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020.

The chicken salad chick The opening will take place on Wednesday, May 12th from 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Arrive early at 7:00 AM to check in and get the first 100 one big Quick Chick per month for 12 months (purchase required – read more at the link below). There will be more freebies during the opening week. The restaurant serves a variety of Mediterranean-style chicken salads with ingredients from apples, grapes and pineapples to ranch, bacon and cheddar. Other menu items include allspice cheese, side salads and green salads, soups and much more.

Chicken Salad Chicks – 1414 Hirschland Road; 812-275-4578

The Dusty Barn Distillery will be hosting whiskey and whiskers at the Posey County Humane Society on Saturday, May 15, from 12pm to 5pm. Meet your newest family member over a special themed drink and grab some Doc’s Casked Corn or other Dusty Barn spirits. When you adopt a pet, they will have a festive drink around the house. The distillery is for guests aged 21 and over, so there are limited areas for children.

Dusty Barn Distillery – 6861 Carson School Street, Mount Vernon, Ind. – 812-454-0135

The Dusty Barn Distillery is located south of Highway 62 on Carson School Road between Evansville and Mount Vernon.

Honey + Moon Coffee Co. now offers craft beer (also interesting ones like The Devil’s Trumpet Chocolate Taco Imperial Oatmeal Stout and Hi-Wire Blackberry Cobbler Sour Smoothie Wheat Ale) as well as wine slushies for the summer. Non-alcoholic beers are also available. Other new items on the menu are roasted breakfast burritos and artisanal toast with berries and muesli or avocado and egg as well as the light breakfast and dishes from Honey + Moon and the typical foam waffles.

Honey + Moon on Weinbach – 612 Weinbach Ave .; 812-602-3123

Honey + Moon on Burkhardt – 1211 Tutor Lane Suite E3; 812-893-2945

Los Alfaros Restaurant has added new wine mojitos made from fresh mint, lemon and white wine to the menu. A virgin recipe is also available or you can enjoy sangria or a pina colada with or without wine with your meal with authentic specialties from El Salvador, Mexico, Peru, Argentina and other Latin American countries.

Los Alfaro’s – 1021 S. Weinbach Ave .; 812-550-1186

On Wednesday, July 24th, 2019, guests will gather in the new bar in the Zaps Tavern.

Zap’s tavern added breakfast service on Saturdays and Sundays. The opening times are on Saturday from 7 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. and on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. Enjoy a screwdriver or Bloody Mary with your biscuits and sauce, breakfast burrito, pancake or country breakfast platter.

Zaps Tavern – 3725 St. Phillips Road S .; 812-985-2121

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