• This cafe and caterer offers toothsome homemade breads, desserts, soups, sandwiches, salads and other entrées. Try the popular strudel, tomato basil soup, Greek salads or appropriately named Sinbar — a chocolate and peanut butter dessert. Boxed lunches available.
    635-6960
    erminsbakery.com
  • Over 130 Bourbons. Southern-inspired cuisine. Located in Historic Clifton. Locally owned, Kentucky Proud and key member of the Urban Bourbon Trail.

    (502) 894-8838
    http://www.bourbonsbistro.com/Bourbons/home.html
  • This lively eatery features handcrafted beer and a menu fit for imbibing. Try the Kobe beef Cheeseburger paired with a seasonal brew.
    589-8935
    gordonbiersch.com
  • Gourmet tacos that redefine fast food, served on house-made tortillas with a variety of salsas. Choose from a list of local ingredients, and grab a light bite or go for the whole punk platter.
    584-8226
    tacopunk.com
  • Kingsley Meat and Catering has been a family owned and operated business since 1971.Kingsley’s carries the best in Aged Prime Beef, flown in Fresh Seafood, Iced Packed Poultry and a complete

    (502) 459-7585
    http://www.kingsleycatering.com/
  • 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
  • Every aspect of the mansion has been lovingly restored and updated by Chef Dean Corbett along with Pat Durham Builders, Ben Palmer-Ball Architecture and Meg Vogt Interior Designs.

    (502) 327-5058
    http://www.corbettsrestaurant.com/content/
  • Authentic Mexican favorites including fajitas, chile poblanos and signature margaritas.
    561-8535
    losaztecas.net
  • (502) 365-1651
    http://hikoamon.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