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$$ - reasonable
[ Bar, Eatery ]
4 North Weinbach Ave
phone: (812) 477-7500
Serves beer brewed here:
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5 | $$
Only place in town that serves their own beer. Great pizza and decent brew. I love the fact that it is not too far from me and it has one of my favorite pizzas in town. Great time for a group of friends to relax, have a beer and some good food.
Some people might not like the bar area, as it does currently allow smoking, but do not let that deter you.
My two favorite pizzas are the house special and the buffalo chicken. Great stuff....they also have a pepper pizza if you like it spicy!
I like the beers, and hey they are the only game in town, so I gotta have them a few times a month. My normal brew is the Blue Eyed Moose, IPA. They recently did a IIPA called Moose Squared...much better than the normal IPA in my humble opinion. I hope they bring it back again soon!
It's a must if you make it to Evansville.
10-15-2011 00:18:14 |
More by gratefuld
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $$
I can't believe I have lived this close to this place so long and never tried it before...WOW!!!
This is a B.A. must visit location in the Evansville area.
The beers are just as delicious as the pizzas.
Pair up a Blue Eyed Moose with the House Specialty Pizza and you will think you have died and gone to heaven!
The service was prompt and friendly, although the knowledge of the beer offerings may leave some hardcore B.A.'s wanting more.
Personally, I love this place and will make it a regular stop on my visits to Evansville.
07-23-2011 16:34:53 |
More by CSQ1111
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4 | $$
I went to Turoni's as I far as I can tell it is the only brewpub in Evansville. I started with a decent IPA the blue eyed moose. It was refreshing on the summers day. I reviewed the beer at the bar, and talked to the bartender about the brews and the food in the resturant, I ordered the house special pizza. Now I am from New York and a fan of all pizza,. Thin thick. I like them all. Well this pizza crust is cracker hardness and tortilla thin. It had sausage, pepperoni, black olives, pepperoncini, mozzerella
cheese, plum tomatoes. The service was great the atmosphere was good, the beer was good and the food was also good. If you happen to be looking for a nice place to eat and enjoy a few beers this is the place for you.
06-24-2009 01:39:13 |
More by smibroncos
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $$
I have been to this location of Turoni's many times, but this was the first since joining BA. Either are a must stop if you are in the area. Personally, I like this location better, just my preference and there is a very good beer store just up the street, so we usually hit up both. The location is a nice size and usually pretty full when we go, but not so much that there will be a wait or you need a reservation. They have a seperate bar section for those who don't want kids around. They tend to have 5 or 6 styles on tap and the beers are good. The service is usually very good, I don't ever remember having bad service. The pizza is very good if you like thin crust pizza. We tend to get the BBQ Chicken and/or plain pepperoni. Always a solid choice, plus an order or two of cheese toast. On this occasion, they had a seasonal brew, Rudolph's Revenge, a Belgain Strong Ale, very well done. Overall, a very good place. I plan to stop by everytime that I am in Evansville.
01-12-2009 17:13:20 |
More by PhillyStyle
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5 | $
D-E-licious. I went to this place my second week living in Southern indiana with some other people from work. They offer some college mainstays, pizza and beer. As a man who has eaten his fair share of pizza, and tasted slightly more than his fair share of beer, i can assure you, they had both.
The pizza was great and came in a variety of sizes, from personal sized to giant sized. It's thin crust, so if that offends any of you chicagoanians, er chicagoites, er chigagoaneese. People from Chicago, you should go else where.
The beer was also well worth the trip. They have 6 freshly brewed brews all with whimsical names. I am not a fan of ordering things with silly names, so i just pointed at the "Blue Eyed Moose IPA" which happened to be the tuesday special. I mentioned that they have a daily beer special every day right? they also have a stout, a light beer, and amber ale and a wheat, plus some others.
The only qualm i had with this place was once when i was there for dinner there was a family with youngsters running about. I shouldn't hold Turoni's responsible for being a family friendly joint, but they can probably blame me for making that family not come back.
11-21-2008 02:34:28 |
More by ahartmurmur
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 5
Near the University of Indianna campus in Evansville I arrived Saturday before Easter and found a beautiful pub/brewery that was so cozy and warm that I expected to look over into the next booth and find Michael Jackson eye ball to eye ball with a pint of Blue Eyed Moose. I was quickly poured each of the regular offerings: Vinny's Light Lager, Honey Blonde Ale, Thurderbolt Red Ale, Blue Eyed Moose IPA and Ol' 23 Stout. Beer was well cared for and nicely presented. I had a pint of Uptown Rye Brown Ale after tasting the 5 three ounce glasses or the regulars. This supurb Rye Brown would have been my second Growler but will have to wait till the next visit. I took home a large pizza after eating a few slices while they topped off my 1/2 gal Growler of the awesome Blue Eyed Moose India Pale Ale. Thanks Ashley @ The Winetree EAST for putting me on the trail to this great beer hunter's spot.
03-29-2005 01:33:31 |
More by karst
Turoni's Forget Me Not Inn in Evansville, IN