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  • Taking cues from the Yucatan and sourcing its meat exclusively from local farms, the Mayan Cafe serves the essential ingredients of Mayan cooking: dishes rich with smoked chilies, pumpkin seeds, lime, oil infusions and roasted meats. Even if you’ve never voluntarily eaten them before, you must try the Tok Sel roasted lima beans.
    566-0651
    themayancafe.com
  • Part restaurant, part brewery, part smokehouse, Against the Grain stepped up to fill the void left at Louisville Slugger Field when Browning’s closed. Several rotating varieties of beer are brewed on the premises, and the menu aims to please carnivores and vegetarians with selections like beer-can chicken, pan-seared duck, and tempeh pulled pork.
    515-0174
    atgbrewery.com
  • Angio's makes great, simple pizza with some pasta and sandwiches to fill out the menu. Located on Bardstown Road near the Buechel Bypass, Angio's does pizza straight to the point.

    (502) 451-5454
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Angios-Italian-Restaurant/113636828657318
  • 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
  • Cellar Door Chocolates opened in 2007 as a small batch wholesale chocolate confectionery company in Louisville, Kentucky.

    502-561-2940
    http://www.cellardoorchocolates.com/
  • This Louisville-based Tex-Mex chain specializes in mesquite-grilled steaks, chicken and chops, but locals love the burritos and bargain-priced margaritas.
    585-4107
    tumbleweedrestaurants.com
  • This Brazilian Steakhouse offers fifteen different cuts of meats, delectable skewers, and Brazilian flavors to set your taste buds on fire.  Located in the center of Fourth Street Live!

    502.290.8220
    http://www.brazeiros.com/louisville-location
  • A business-casual restaurant named after historic Louisville resident Henry Watterson. Chef Charles Reed created a menu utilizing that showcases Pan-European fare, handmade pastas and seafood dishes.
    690-6585
    henrysplacelouisville.com
  • If you haven't been to the Coach Lamp Restaurant & Pub or checked out their newly renovated Brooke & Billy's Back Patio, then you are missing out!

    (502) 583-9165
    http://www.coachlamprestaurant.com/
  • A contemporary cafe, serving hot and cold deli sandwiches with sassy names. Try the “Bamm!! I’m Good!” or the “It Ain’t Easy Bein Cheesy.” They also do box lunches to go and event catering.
    896-1488
    cravecafeandcatering.com