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Downtown New Albany Restaurants

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410 Bakery

Owner Emily Butts began baking for her father’s coffee shop, Coffee Crossing.  Enjoying success in supplying breads and pastries for her dad and following her passion, she decided to expand and open a full retail bakery. Try Emily’s baguettes, scones, muffins, cookies, or other delicious pastries at the store with a cup of coffee, or take them home to enjoy later.

140 E. Main St., New Albany (812) 946-9410 410 Bakery's Website
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Aladdin’s Cafe

THE Best Gyros, Shawerma, Baba Ganoush, Falafel, Fresh Humus and Tabbouleh you will find any where. Aladdin’s Cafe’ is a family owned business that opened in 2013. We offer great homemade foods that are prepared fresh in less than 10 minutes. In addition to Cappuccino, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Hot Tea, Green Tea, Fruit Teas, Iced Tea, Iced Coffee, Assortment of Soft Drinks, and our specialty; Turkish Coffee with Cardamom. We also have a variety of daily / weekly deserts, but always have our fresh made Baklava.

Underground Station, 37 Bank St., Suite 2., New Albany, IN 47150, 502-489-7969 www.aladdinscafesi.com
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Big Four Burgers + Beer NA

Gourmet burgers made from a unique blend of ground ribeye, sirlion, and chuck, housemade milkshakes, pretzel breadsticks and beer cheese, salads, fries, and 21 beers on tap! Also located in Jeffersonville, IN on 134 Spring Street, Big Four Burgers + Beer was named 2014 Reader’s Choice: Best New Restaurant, Best Burger, and Best Fries in Clark County. We know you’ll enjoy the same quality food and beer at their newest location in New Albany!

114 E. Main Street, New Albany, IN Ph: 812-944-9777 www.bigfourburgers.com
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Brooklyn and The Butcher

A modern steakhouse featuring small plates & BIG STEAKS.
Tuesday – Sunday:
Dining Room: 5pm to 10pm
Speakeasy: 4pm to 10pm

Friday – Saturday:

Speakeasy: 4pm to 12am

Closed on Mondays, Tobby Bar closes 9pm on Sunday’s

148 E Market Street
New Albany, Indiana

(812) 590-2646

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Cafe 157

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Cafe 157 is located in New Albany’s historic business district and serves American cuisine classics for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Open daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., enjoy local artists’ paintings and art on display, also available for purchase.

157 E. Main St., New Albany (502) 548-9114
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Dragon King’s Daughter

Named in honor of the first woman to reach enlightenment, Dragon King’s Daughter strives for a transcendent dining experience. Our contemporary Asian-fusion restaurant is located in New Albany. We offer truly original cuisine, an inspired beer list assured to make even the most discriminating beer-lover happy. The menu includes traditional items perfected over centuries in the Far East as well as contemporary fare created with a unique twist of our own. We feature classics of Japanese dining such as lemongrass miso, vegetable and sushi rolls, as well as a multitude of new creations including a mixture of East and West forms and flavors. Whether you are adventurous or timid, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or meat and fish-loving, you are certain to find many items you will want again and again.

202 E. Elm St., New Albany, IN 47150, 812-725-8600 www.dragonkingsdaughter.com
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Feast BBQ

BBQ is our passion. We strive to produce the best smoked meats possible. This takes time, dedication, and the constant pursuit of perfection. It takes a long time for us to make our BBQ and we hope you can taste our patience. Seating and food is first come, first serve. We do not take reservations. Due to the size of our kitchen and saloon we cannot accommodate extremely large parties. Ordering and service is at the front counter. We like kids, but this probably isn’t the best place for the very young ones as we don’t have any highchairs or booster seats. Vegetarian, gluten-free, and soy-free options available, but no vegan options. Sorry, kind of; we are a BBQ place after all.

116 W. Main St., New Albany, IN 47150, 812-920-0454 www.feastbbq.com
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Floyd County Brewing Company

New Albany’s newest brewery serves up craft brews, food and entertainment in an Old World Theme with a bit of “hoppiness and humour” to go along with the jovial atmosphere.
Current hours are:

Mon. – Thurs. 11:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Fri. 11:30 a.m. – midnight
Sat. noon – midnight
Sunday: noon – 7 p.m.; brunch served noon – 3 p.m.

129 West Main Street, New Albany, IN 47150; (470) 588-2337 For more information visit them on Facebook;www.facebook.com/FloydCountyBrewing
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Gospel Bird

Gospel Bird (a southern name for fried chicken), is a full-service restaurant. Along with southern hospitality, you’ll enjoy dishes such as fried chicken, shrimp and grits, country ham, rainbow trout, and other regional flavors.

207 E. Main St., New Albany, IN (812) 725-1054


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Habana Blues Tapas Restaurant

Experience the excitement of Cuba without your passport in this upscale Cuban style restaurant!! Enjoy authentically prepared, beautifully presented Cuban tapas cuisine in a setting that marries the legendary Cuba of yesteryear with the mystery of Cuba today. Since it’s opening in 2010, Habana Blues Tapas Restaurant has been consistently recognized as one of the best places in Louisville, Kentucky and New Albany, Indiana to enjoy classic Cuban fare with a creative touch in a warm, friendly, upscale environment.

320 Pearl St., New Albany, IN, 812-944-9760 www.facebook.com/pages/Habana-Blues-Tapas-Restaurant
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Brownie’s “The Shed” Grille & Bar

Brownie’s is a full-service establishment offers a sports bar, dining area, and patio offering both a relaxing family dinner and nightlife. Open for lunch and dinner, serving everything from a German Double Bratzel to a Chicken Sandwich. Brownie’s has a full selection of lunch sandwiches, burgers, and appetizers.

826 W. Main St., New Albany, IN 47150, 812-920-0030 http://www.browniestheshed.com
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New Albanian Brewing Company/Pizzeria & Public House

Formerly the “New Albanian Brewing Company,” it offers two locations: the NABC Pizzeria & Public House is a renowned specialty beer bar and tap room, and the NABC Cafe and Brewhouse offers the same great brews paired with a menu of sandwiches and soups made with locally sourced ingredients. NABC features at least 25 hand-selected craft beers from around the country and the world. The bottled beer list has been described as a “national treasure,” with roughly 250 selections encompassing all beer styles. The atmosphere is casual. The menus offer delicious fare, and the beer is world-class.

3312 Plaza Dr., New Albany, IN 47150; 812-944-2577 www.newalbanian.com
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River City Winery



Brick oven pizzas, fabulous entrees and imaginative appetizers complement a wide selection of wines. Weekend evenings are often complemented with live music.

321 Pearl St., New Albany, IN 47150, 812-945-WINE (9463). www.rivercitywinery.biz
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Taco Steve

Once a street vendor, Taco Steve (Steve Powell) now offers an expanded menu which includes Mexican to-go favorites such as tacos, burritos, quacamole, quesadillas. Monday-Friday, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., as well as dinner Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 5:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday hours are noon-9 p.m.

604 E. Spring Street, New Albany, IN 812-670-6463; www.facebook.com/tacostevenewalbany
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The Exchange Pub & Kitchen

The Exchange pub + kitchen is owner Ian Hall’s take on a warm and casual neighborhood gastropub. Executive Chef Matt Weirich’s rotating seasonal menus are the focus of The Exchange pub + kitchen. The kitchen emphasizes locally sourced products and scratch ingredients. Guests can watch the chefs showcase their culinary skills in the restaurant’s open kitchen. The bar program is highlighted by 12 rotating draught selections from American craft breweries as well as 12 by-the-bottle options. Beverage menus rotate seasonally; the bar and wait staff members create cocktails made from house-made syrups, bitters, and premium spirits. The wine portfolio focuses on smaller boutique wines, giving guests the chance to indulge in something new and exciting. Housed in a historic Italianate style building which was constructed in 1875, The Exchange is big enough for a group, yet cozy enough for 2. It features a 15-seat bar, 120-seat dining room, outdoor patio, and a private dining space that can accommodate up to 50 people.

118 W. Main St., New Albany, IN 47150, 812-948-6501 www.exchangeforfood.com
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Urban Bread Co.

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What is a roti?

Imagine digging into a fantastic plate of food and then realizing that you can fold your plate of food up and eat it. It’s not a taco, it’s not a sandwich– it’s urban bread.

716 E. 10th St, Jeffersonville NEW Location: 145 E. Main St., New Albany (812) 913-1426 Website www.facebook.com/thehubcafejeff
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Toast on Market

Breakfast available all day featuring fanciful french toasts like The King (peanut butter, bananas & mascarpone stuffed brioche), omelettes, or a favorite, Lemon Souffle pancakes. At lunch time, choose from twists on grilled cheese plus their famous tomato basil soup or a classic meatloaf sandwich.

141 E. Market St., New Albany, IN 47150, 812-941-8582 www.toastonmarket.com
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Wick’s Pizza Parlor

State Street Wick’s is located in the heart of Historic Downtown New Albany. Wick’s is proud to have opened it’s first location outside of Louisville, just across the bridge in Indiana. Downtown New Albany has a number of things to keep you busy. Stop in for lunch or dinner and visit us while your out shopping, or maybe a cold pint after work. Wick’s is only minutes away from the Horseshoe Casino, and only blocks away from the new Downtown YMCA. And don’t forget about the history! The Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site is less than a mile away and the Scribner House just a block away… There’s plenty to keep you busy in Downtown New Albany and we’re glad to be a part of it!

225 State St., New Albany, IN 47150, 812-945-9425 www.wickspizza.com