• (502) 899-9800
    http://www.bluedogbakeryandcafe.com/Cafe.aspx
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    502-409-5409
    http://www.gossantiques.com/ourrestaurant.html
  • Louisville favorite, Wild Eggs, opens another location downtown.  Located in the Mercantile Gallery Lofts building, Wild Eggs offers sweet, saucy, and spicy breakfast and lunch options.

    502-690-5925
    http://www.wildeggs.com
  • Weekly specials are a big draw for this small cafe owned by local poet and chef Bill Smith. Features comfort food on Tuesdays, cheeseburger night on Wednesdays and fish fry on Fridays.
    893-5118
    shadylanecafe.com
  • Sushi chef Yong Tak, formerly of Osaka, brings his sushi skills to Lexington Road, where he serves up food like the Asahi roll, the house specialty, and chicken teriyaki.
    895-1130
  • Mexican fare with a California Twist (fish tacos are a popular item) and the unusual and upbeat atmosphere make this a favorite on Frankfort Avenue.
    899-9930
    502elmundo.com
  • With a lunch menu featuring avocado hummus, big bleu burger, and cranberry turkey brie, Big Four Burgers and Beer is a savory haven of food.  

    (812) 913-4967
    www.bigfourjeff.com
  • Come to Dasha Barbour's Southern Bistro near the Buechel Bypass for some great home cooking. They have great chicken & waffles, porkchops, and hot wings.

    (502) 882-2081
    http://www.dbsbistro.com/home.html
  • The very definition of “reliable,” from pot stickers to Peking duck, but the specialties are Hunan and Szechuan dishes. Try the cashew chicken or Sczechuan shrimp.
    426-1717
  • This Indian restaurant’s seven page menu seems daunting, but well-written explanations accompany each dish. If you still can’t decide, try the thali — a sampler plate which can be made with meat or vegetarian. The daily lunch buffet is also a good introduction to Indian cuisine.
    425-8892
    bombaygrillky.com