Sgt. Preston's Lafayette, IN
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Yep, it's true...the ever-popular, often-imitated Original Schooner Night beer special started right here at Sgt. Preston's.

Here's how it works: On Monday nights, purchase an Original Schooner for $6.50 or our mini-pitcher for only $5.50

Then, bring back your Schooner or mini-pitcher on Mondays and receive domestic draft refills for only $2.00. Can't beat that, eh?


"Well, King...the bar is open!"

Yes! We're open again!
Please check out our new menu by clicking the
image on the right.

For your safety and the safety of our associates

• All of our tables will be spaced at least six feet apart.
• No bar seating will be available at this time.
• We will maintain a maximum of 50% of our allowed seating occupancy. Please be patient with us if you come in and cannot be seated right away but see open tables.
• We will be diligently sanitizing tables, chairs, and other surfaces between guests.
• We will be switching to single-use paper menus.
• All of our staff members will be screened and have their temperatures checked before each shift.
• All of our employees will wear face coverings at all times.

If we are all patient, work together and respect these new guidelines, hopefully we will be able to get back to normal very soon. Until then, we are so excited to be able to welcome you all again!

Sgt. Preston's of the North was the gregarious brother of the famous 1938 radio/television series, Sgt. Preston of the Yukon; a Royal Canadian Mountie and his lead sled dog, Yukon King, who fought crime in the Northern wilderness.

Legend says Sgt. Preston of the North was more into having a good time and looking for adventure than he was tracking down evil-doers.

In 1980, while canoeing down the Wabash River, Preston landed in downtown Lafayette and built the ever-popular establishment with a Canadian flare. Here he could belly up to the bar with a schooner and his famous Preston Burger and laugh with his friends.

Sgt. Preston's of the North Bar & Restaurant continues to be a local favorite hang-out that attracts tourists, Boilermakers, and new friends while enjoying his fun-loving traditions.

To this day, his canoe hangs from the rafters to remind us that enjoying great food and drink, having fun, and being adventurous are what life is all about!

Fun and food in an historic building

Located in the historic John Purdue Block, Sgt. Preston's occupies a unique piece of Lafayette history.

Originally a row of 12 buildings (Columbia to South Street), the John Purdue Block was built in 1845 with bricks from John Purdue's kiln and is said to be the largest commercial trade center of its time west of New York City. It is the only building remaining in Lafayette with direct association to the Wabash and Erie canal.

Businesses that rented from John Purdue in the late 1800's included a mattress manufacturer and agriculture warehouse. A thrift store occupied the southern two buildings from 1968 to 1980 before it became Sgt. Preston's of the North.

Come join us at Sgt. Preston's and experience a genuine piece of history while you enjoy great food, great drinks, and a great time.

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