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  • China 1 serves the classics. From General Tso's chicken to pepper steak and boneless spare ribs, you can find all the best Chinese food at their location on Breckenridge Lane.

    (502) 897-6511
    http://www.china1louisville.com/
  • Features at this Southern Indiana eatery include inventive treats and a full sushi bar. Try the Playboy Roll filled with shrimp tempura and avocado topped with tuna.
    280-8500
    kobesteakhouse.net
  • Family owned since 1981, Del Frisco’s is known for a solid menu that includes prime aged steaks, a variety of seafood, and a popular cheesy spinach side dish called Green Phunque.
    897-7077
    delfriscoslouisville.com
  • This chain touts its baby back ribs and slow-smoked, hand-pulled pork. The signature sweet is equally down-home — a bag of hot cinnamon and sugar doughnuts.
    491-7570
    smokeybones.com
  • Louisville’s only coal-fired oven makes pizza crust thin and crisp. Coals offers carefully composed 12-inch pies, one to try is the Highlands pizza which is topped with Dream Catcher Farm bacon, fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and arugula.
    742-8200
    coalsartisanpizza.com
  • Create your own pizza or order from a list of specialty Za’s, then choose from the extensive beer list.
    454-4544
    zaspizza.com
  • Previously called "The Place Downstair", Cena now replaces the classic dining for an Italian restaurant below Mussel & Burger Bar.

    (502) 333-0376
  • Sala Thai’s upscale Bangkok-based favorites, served in a sleek, stylish atmosphere, downplay the often-fiery dishes found at many Thai places.
    493-3944
  • This deli, that resides in the same building as Ditto's, is to die for! Costumers rave over their wide variety of sandwiches, soups, and pastas!

    (502) 584-3354
    http://www.stevensandstevensdeli.com/HTML/index.html
  • Situated between Nulu and downtown and brought to you by the same people of a Louisville favorite Wild Eggs, Wild Rita's is a modern Mexican tequila bar.

    502-584-7482
    http://wildritas.com