Knob Hill Tavern

Located mere yards from the banks of the Ohio River in Historic Newburgh, Indiana, Knob Hill Tavern has been a main fixture in the community since 1943.  With a diverse menu highlighted by their award-winning catfish fiddlers, customers can enjoy a hearty meal, quench their thirst with a refreshing craft beer, or sip on one of the many bourbons they offer.  Whether you choose the warm wooden atmosphere in the bar, a cozy fireplace in the family friendly dining room, or the outdoor terrace area nestled in the tavern’s beautiful landscape, Knob Hill Tavern will deliver on an experience that will leave you feeling very much invited to continue returning.

Home to many shopping centers and antique stores, the quaint downtown area of Newburgh is sure to make for a pleasant and relaxing destination.  Set atop Knob Hill two miles east of Interstate 69 off the Covert Ave exit, Knob Hill Tavern is a staple to not only those from Newburgh, but also from neighboring communities such as Evansville, Boonville, Henderson, KY, and Owensboro, KY.  In Newburgh, one can enjoy a tour of the Newburgh Lock and Dam, a walk from there to the downtown river front along the Rivertown Trail, or a visit to Angel Mounds State Historic Site, one of the best-preserved, pre-contact Native American sites in North America.  What also makes Newburgh historic is that is was once a stop on the Underground Railroad during the Civil War.  Knob Hill Tavern is proud to have served the community for over 75 years and counting.

Contact Information

Aaron Mauck
Reservations and Information:

1016 State Route 662 W, Newburgh, Indiana 47630, United States

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Other Information

  • Hours Open

    M-Th: 11am - 9:30pm F-Sat: 11am - 10:30pm Sun: 11am - 9pm
  • Seasons Open

    All seasons
  • Accessibility

    Behind the restaurant is an upper tier of parking spaces, and from any of those spaces there are no steps leading onto our outdoor seating area. Continuing around the parking lot, there is a handicap parking space closest to the building where there is a small ramp onto a sidewalk leading to our dining room on the inside of our restaurant.
  • Locally or Family Owned Notes

    Continually owned by Mr. Dan Kollker since 1991, Knob Hill Tavern has been locally and family owned since 1943.