Thirsty and looking for a refreshing adult beverage? Richmond / Wayne County, Indiana offer plenty of liquid assets to consider!
The Cordial Cork in Richmond’s historic Depot District curates an extensive wine list covering red, white, sparkling and port options; along with a deep craft beer selection; traditional, moonlight and inventive signature cocktails. For those who just can’t make up their minds, a wine, margarita, beer or spirits flight allows guests to sample several of the wares all at once.
Across the Ohio state line in Eaton, the Olde Schoolhouse Winery produces a collection of dry, semi-sweet, sweet and reserve wines to serve from its tasting room or patio within a charmingly renovated brick schoolhouse that dates back to 1890. When the summer temperatures soar, head to Cambridge City and cool off with a cold glass of apple wine or a wine slushy at Dougherty Orchards, family owned and operated since 1883.
If beer is more your style, raise a glass and make a toast to Legend’s Southside, the oldest existing tavern in Wayne County and the second-oldest continuously running bar in the state of Indiana. (Insider tip: the “Penguin” tenderloin sandwich is indeed legendary.)
In Centerville, serving only Indiana made wines & spirits, 5 Arch Brewing Company references the town’s distinctive architectural features as friendly servers pour 10 beers on tap, seasonal ale, amber ale, IPA and stout or enjoy a meal from their scratch kitchen. Order by the pint or the flight at the New Boswell Brewery and Taproom in Richmond’s Depot District to sip while you enjoy live musical performances. Roscoe’s Coffee Bar and Tap Room serves espresso-based drinks, wine and specialty craft beer — something for everyone in your party!
At the Cambridge City exit on I-70, Café Neo brews authentic Greek coffee using the traditional hovoli preparation with a hot sand/hot plate system. Hot or iced, it’s the perfect pairing for an order of loukoumades, delectable Greek donuts soaked in honey and topped with cinnamon, powdered sugar and chopped nuts.
Say “cheers” to Richmond and Wayne County this summer!