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  • Located at the Crowne Plaza hotel the Blue Horse serves distinctively Bluegrass cuisine such as Hot Browns and Kentucky farm-raised catfish. Features a fully-stocked bourbon bar.
    367-2251
    cplouisville.com
  • Chefs Fernando and Yaniel Martinez create their own spin on authentic Mexican food including different kinds of guacamole and mole sauce.
    365-4822
  • The perennially popular eatery offers outdoor seating and a brunch menu served all day Saturday and Sunday. The tomato-dill soup is a house specialty, and salads and sandwiches include names like The Naturalistic and The Louis XIV (chicken salad with apple slices and lettuce).
    589-9191
    thecafetogo.com
  • Flavorful food from northern India served in an intimate setting. Try the tikka masala or tandoori chicken from the regular menu, or sample several dishes from the lunch buffet.

    473-8765
    kashmirlouisville.com
  • Operate by the same folks who ran west Louisville’s late, lamented Jay’s Cafeteria, Franco’s serves up the same southern soul food, cafeteria style, as Jay’s did.

    (502) 448-8044
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    290-8888
    mannyandmerle.com
  • Chef Ethan Ray presents only the best on this plates at The Place Downstairs.

  • This downtown lunch spot offers a selection of sushi as well as Japanese favorites like miso and udon noodle soup.
    581-0700
  • This eatery specializes in eastern Mediterranean fare. Try the tomato-spiked baba ghanoush and stuffed grape leaves. For dessert, head next door to the bakery of the same name.
    454-4406
  • The latest addition to the O’Shea’s family of Irish-inspired pubs serves traditional favorites like fish and chips, pommes frites, and burgers. They also have Neopolitan-style pizzas and a good beer selection. This pub has become a favorite of the downtown arena crowd.
    708-2488
    osheaslouisville.net