Turoni’s Pizzery & Brewery Menu

  • Appetizers
  • Salads
  • Hot Sandwiches
  • Gourmet Pizzas
  • Daily Specials
  • Side Orders
  • Kiddie Menu
  • Desserts
  • Beverages

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  • Appetizers
  • Salads
  • Hot Sandwiches
  • Gourmet Pizzas
  • Daily Specials
  • Side Orders
  • Kiddie Menu
  • Desserts
  • Beverages
  • Turoni's is one of those Evansville enigmas that people adore for some odd reason. We just got back from meeting with some friends for dinner at the Newburgh Turnoni's. The service was horrible, my drink was empty for a large portion of the evening, the food was bleh (outer crust of the pizza was rock hard and brittle), and it took FOREVER for them to get the ticket back to us after taking the money. I've been to the location on Main Street and it was okay (3 stars at the most), but Newburgh was horrible. If you were born in this area, then I think that you are genetically programmed to rave about some restaurants that are average at best (see also the Gerst House on Franklin Street). Not trying to offend, but Turoni's just doesn't do it for me. I think pizza chains like Papa Johns and Dominoes are better tasting and a whole lot less expensive. Probably one of the best pizzas I've had in Evansville has been at Kipplee's ... awesome pepperoni.

    (2)
  • While back in Eville / Newburgh for a few nights this past week, it made me realize that this area of the country really does offer the best pizza on the planet. After living in Chicago for 3 years, and commuting back and forth from Dallas recently, I (as surprising as it may sound) haven't found that great thin crust 'za in either of these cities. Yes, Chicago has great deep dish, that will most likely guarantee heart disease or a portly figure, but they just can't get figure out the art of the thin crust. Now, albeit originally from this area, one might assume that I am biased. I would counter that yes I am from this area, but still believe the Southern Indiana region is the armpit of America, and sans the great pizza, I do not miss this place. So, back to the pizza, and the 5 star review for Turonis... As previously mentioned, there are great pizza joints in this area. With this being said, there are actually pizza shops on just about every corner. Most probably fail...you know, due to an overly saturated market. Who knew? But, Turonis has survived, successfully, for years. Not only do they offer an amazing thin crust pizza, but their sandwiches are some of the best. Strombolis. Ahhh, how I miss these. Why can't you find this type of sandwich in other parts of the country? Last but not least, in addition to the great food, Turonis has an in house, "Brew Master." Yes, They offer great, craft beers, that are reasonably priced (4-5 buckeroos). Good enough service, amazing food, great beer, and reasonable prices will keep me coming back here when I'm back in the 'ville once or twice a year.

    (5)
  • Above average pizza, sandwiches are pretty bad, really good microbrew. Little pricey for the quality.

    (3)
  • Love this place. The bar is well put together, wide open, and dim - just the way a bar should be. Service is friendly and fast. Beer's great. Pizza's top-notch - especially the veggie, which has the freshest veggies of any pizza I've had in Indiana. My only complaint is that the beer has a bit of a metallic flavor to it in general - but compared to Budweiser, Turoni's is the nectar of the gods. And the fact that it's so close to my in-laws makes it all that much better.

    (5)
  • Ok pizza I'm not a fan of thin crust pizza horrible service

    (2)
  • Best pizza in Evansville. The Buffalo chicken pizza with ranch dressing is my favorite meal. It would be my last meal if I was dying.

    (5)
  • We often visit Turoni's when visiting family in the area, or for family's birthday celebrations. It's a good location for a group to gather. Overall, their pizza is good. It has a thin, crispy crust & ample toppings. Their menu is fairly limited if you don't eat grain products, meaning there a couple of salads you can customize to be without the bread. That's a bit of a bummer in this day & age. My other gripe with this place, is I don't know if it is because we have been seated in the same area each time...but this place is COLD in the summer time. Not "pleasantly air conditioned" but Cold. I'm normally pretty temperature-tolerant, but the last 2 times we've eaten here, I've had to go get a jacket out of my car...when it's 80-90 degrees outside. That shouldn't happen... Other than that, it's a OK place to visit in the Newburgh/Evansville area.

    (3)
  • I was visiting a friend for the Memorial Day weekend in Evansville and I wanted to go to some "uniquely Evansville" places to eat over that weekend, which unsurprisingly led to slim pickins'. Turoni's was one of those institutions I had seen mentioned on travel sites so I skipped breakfast and prepared myself for a filling lunch. First, the decor is delightfully kitschy and full of character, sort of reminds me of those old Chicago pizza places in terms of ambiance. The craft beer is solid, I personally like the thunderbolt red--always a plus when there's a microbrew on site. The main event of pizza, however, was only mediocre. These guys specialize in Midwestern squarish thin crust tavern pizzas. Nothing wrong with that, but not when it tastes like a cracker with tomato sauce. The specialty options are impressive, a whole meatball on a slice of pizza? Whole pepperoncinis? They got it, but I feel like a crust this thin is ill-equipped to handle all these toppings. If this was a Chicago deep dish, this density of ingredients would make sense, but with a pizza this thin it just drowns out the rest of the pie. So in short, as an out of towner, this strikes me as a bit overrated--they should come up to a place in Chicago like Pat's, Salerno's, or Totorice's to see this style done right.

    (3)
  • No gluten free options. Seriously? Every other pizza place I can think of in the area has GF options. There is a reason every other place serves this market: it's growing very fast!

    (1)
  • Visited the Newburgh location on June 29 after driving several hours. It was a busy Sunday afternoon so we waited a few minutes to be seated. Our server promptly took our drink order, and then returned to take our food order. We requested a large pizza with 2 toppings on one half, and just cheese on the other half (given that we have young kids who are picky eaters). We didn't think our order was that complicated but our server apparently did. Our pizza came out with the 2 toppings covering the entire pizza. This was rather strange given that he had asked us a few questions about our "cheese only on one half, and these 2 specific toppings on the other half" and was jotting down notes on his pad. Our kids were tired and hungry after driving 6+ hours in the car, and immediately protested the fact that they didn't get their cheese pizza. Our server must have been new -- he immediately got another staff member (not sure if she was a manager?) who apologized for the confusion and wrong order, and offered to bring us a medium cheese pizza at no cost. We appreciated this gesture (although it took another 20 minutes for that pizza to come out so we ended up just taking it home). The pizza itself was good. The beer is good. The experience wasn't enough to keep us from coming back, but also didn't do much for our first impression (we just moved to Newburgh from out of state) so I'm giving it 3 stars. We returned on July 31 (just my spouse and I - no kids this time) and service was much better and food was great. The restaurant was very busy and we were seated right away. Although I have to say it was weird -- when we first arrived, I asked the hostess for a table for 2. Another couple walked in right behind us. "Are you all together? Table for 4?" Uh....no. I repeated "Table for 2, please" while holding up 2 fingers. "Do you guys all know each other?" Um, NO. Table for TWO, please. Kinda awkward, ya know? SO yeah -- Turoni's hasn't earned more than 3 stars form me yet.

    (3)
  • We've eaten at the other location and like it well enough, but our trip to the Newburgh location was a real let down. We came in after a movie and was told it would be a 25 minute wait. Turned out to be 30 minutes which wasn't so bad. We even used the wait to decide exactly what we wanted to order. When we sat down, we ordered our pizzas first- before our drinks, just to move things along. Our waitress asked us if we wanted to order an appetizer b/c it was taking a while for pizzas to come out. We didn't b/c they were all some variation of bread or greasy and we didn't want to spoil our dinner. Turns out we should have ordered an appetizer or better yet - been given free appetizers since out thin crust pizza took 70 MINUTES to come out of the kitchen!!! I felt sorry for the waitress and bus boy who had to refill our drinks and apologize. You would have thought the manager would make the rounds explaining the situation, but I never sited a manager the whole time! No free drinks, no discounts or free appetizers, just a "sorry, the kitchen is backed up." The pizza was fine, not great, just fine but in my estimation, not worth the money and definitely not worth the wait. Moral of the story: If there is a wait to get a table at this restaurant, there will be an even longer wait to get your food. I'd head somewhere else.

    (2)

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Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Dinner
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes

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Turoni’s Pizzery & Brewery

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