On those days when you aren’t quite sure what you’re craving, The Post Restaurant and Bar in Tell City just might be the perfect dining option. Its eclectic menu includes burgers and other sandwiches, homemade soup, wings, Italian fare and Tell City Fish Tacos, the favorite dish of Rep. Stephen Bartels. The tacos feature hand-breaded cod on three flour tortillas topped with pico de gallo and fresh cilantro chipotle sour cream finished with the house jalapeno coleslaw.
Occupying Tell City’s old post office building, The Post’s décor is rich in historic ambience. The bank vault from the early 1900s is one element that adds significant architectural interest.
Those who come hungry to the restaurant aren’t likely to leave hungry. Diners agree the portions are generous and the prices are affordable.
And the hand-breaded tenderloins served there are among the best in the state, according to the Indiana Foodways Alliance. The Post was selected as one of 52 restaurants on the alliance’s celebrated “Tenderloin Trail” which pays tribute to the Hoosier state’s signature sandwich.
Open seven days a week from 11 a.m.-10 p.m., The Post is not only a favorite lunch spot for locals, it satisfies both dinnertime early birds and night owls hungry for full entrees or just a cocktail and appetizer.
If you go … The Post
516 Main St.
Tell City, IN 47586
Hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m., daily