Discover Vincennes Through Food

Ready to plan your trip to Knox County but not sure where to start? What better way to experience a place than through its food! The Indiana Culinary Trails Passport allows participants to visit dozens of locations and sample local cuisine throughout the state. With a variety of different culinary trails to try, there is something on the menu for everyone!

Keep reading to discover which Knox County restaurants you can find along the Indiana Culinary Trails.

Bill Bobe’s Pizzeria

Bill Bobe’s Pizzeria has been family-owned since 1954. A local favorite, but loved by people around the country for its famous Farouk pizza, strombolis, and breadsticks.

Which trail can you find them on? Za’ Pizza.

Charlie’s Carmel Corn & Candy Shop

Charlie’s Carmel Corn & Candy Shop has been an award-winning fine candy maker since 1955! Specializing in a delicious array of chocolates—including sugarless items— caramel corn, gift baskets, and special holiday treats, there is sure to be something there to satisfy every person’s sweet tooth!

Which trail can you find them on? Sweet Temptations.


Pea-Fections is owned by Vincennes native Becky Pea and her husband Bill, Pea-Fections has been a staple in the Vincennes community for over 20 years! Serving unique cheesecakes, specialty tortes, gourmet foods, and more.

Which trails can you find them on? Coffee & Tea Room, Soup, Salad & Sandwich TrailSweet Temptations.

Procopio’s Pizza & Pasta

Procopio’s Pizza & Pasta offers delicious and authentic Italian food, including signature appetizers, salads, sandwiches, pasta, and pizza. Stop by for one of their delicious desserts and a glass of wine or a beer outside on their patio.

Which trails can you find them on? Za’ Pizza, & Cultural Cuisine.

The Big Peach

The Big Peach is a must-visit place during the spring! Family-owned and operated, the big peach is a farm market that is open daily from May through the end of October. The market offers a variety of fresh local produce, jams & jellies, local honey, homemade pies, gift items, fudge, and more.

If that isn’t enough to entice you, their first annual Spears & Cheers Spring Festival should! To celebrate the beginning of the fresh produce season in Knox County the Big Peach is hosting a festival with an asparagus cooking contest, food trucks, a vendor village, music, hot air balloon rides, a 5k, u-pick strawberries, and much more! You can find more information about the festival by clicking HERE.

Which trails can you find them on? Farm to Table.

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