A stop in southern Indiana means your guests have many choices to savor the flavors. Infused with bourbon, the food scene in Southern Indiana is SoIN right now. Because how could you not be with Louisville as your next-door neighbor?

With many palates to satisfy, your group’s meal choices can make their trip memorable for years to come. Experience Hoosier hospitality in SoIN. Our unique culinary offerings will enhance your group’s visit.

Iconic group experiences in Southern Indiana range from Derby Dinner Playhouse’s dinner and a show combo with its all-American buffet and Broadway-style entertainment to the country setting at Joe Huber’s Family Restaurant. Their homemade goodness includes original recipes that fed Huber family farm hands. Perennial favorites are homemade biscuits with apple butter.

Seeds & Greens Plate with Soup
[/media-credit] Seeds & Greens Plate with Soup

Just a mile from Joe Huber’s Restaurant is Huber’s Orchard, Winery, and Vineyard, with a U-pick farm, winery, distillery, dairy and cheese shop. Complete with a tasting room, guests can sample wines as well as spirits. Huber’s makes all their wine and spirits from grapes and grains grown onsite.

New on the scene is MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen. It’s as if food television is live and in-person. Some of the area’s hottest chefs chat while preparing meals for guests. This one-of-a-kind experience can host smaller groups.

Your group can enjoy a free candy-making demonstration at family-owned Schimpff’s Confectionery. It’s a sweet feast for the eyes. Watch as Warren and Jill Schimpff make tasty cinnamon red hot drops. Then give your guests time to browse the candy museum and shop to their hearts’ content.

Because of our riverside location, several restaurants have patios and views overlooking the Ohio River. For a complete list of options, visit our website, Gosoin.com/groups/group-friendly-dining.