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  • This wildly (excuse the pun) popular breakfast and lunch spot is an ode to the egg. The dining room features egg art and even egg-shaped salt and pepper shakers. The creatively titled offerings include “Violet You’re Turning Violet” blueberry pancakes and “Crispy Hippie Crunch” granola waffles.
    893-8005
    crackinwildeggs.com
  • Thai Noodles offers a menu of coconut ice cream, crispy chicken fried rice, pineapple carry duck and beef spicy salad.  After picking your meat, style, and spiciness, 

    502-961-9018
    http://www.thainoodlesky.com
  • Serving traditional Japanese cuisine with a full sushi bar, Shogun entertains patrons with the tableside spectacle known as teppanyaki.
    499-5700
    shogunlr.com
  • This downtown lunch spot serves sandwiches (meatball, curry chicken salad), salads (kale!) and soups (broccoli and Cheddar).

    502 883 3398
    atlanticno5.com
  • The traditional menu offers teriyaki, tempura and rice or noodle bowl dishes, but sushi is the real draw. Try the zesty fried calamari roll.
    339-1978
    fujicaviar.com
  • (502) 882-3279

  • This chain’s roots in Italy and Gulf Coast Cajun country make for spicy cuisine and an upbeat, high-energy atmosphere.
    412-2218
    carrabbas.com
  • The beer selection across the pond is building up. This New Albany spot has eight craft brews on rotation, including specialty house beers.

    948-6501
    thenewalbanyexchange.com
  • This local chain has served grilled, fried, and broiled seafood for more than 60 years. Two of their three locations offer beautiful views of the Ohio River along with the seafood that made them locally famous.
    895-0544
    kingfishrestaurants.com
  • A quaint sushi bar on Bardstown Road. Try the Yum-Yum and Hawaiian rolls.
    618-2829
    oishiisushiky.com