• Lite beer drinkers need not apply.
    944-2577
    newalbanian.com
  • The influence and style of food at Little Jerusalem Cafe is just as diverse as the people that surround it in the Iroquois area.

    (502) 614-6465
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Little-Jerusalem-Cafe/474030445990850
  • Located in the historic Whiskey Row of downtown Louisville, Doc Crow’s offers the freshest flavors of American Southern cuisine.

    502-587-1626
    http://doccrows.com/
  • Famous Dave’s serves up St. Louis-style ribs, pulled pork, and its often-requested bread pudding. We recommend you don’t wear your nice white shirt.
    493-2812
    famousdaves.com
  • Whether served in the secluded courtyard or the cozy dining room, the food at this eatery offers a little bit of Old Italy in Old Louisville. The menu includes classics such as spaghetti and meatballs, lasagna and veal piccata, along with pizzas and panini.
    637-3167
    amicicafelouisville.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
  • Tucked away on Bardstown Road, this Italian eatery offers home-cooked flavor and old-world ambiance. It has developed a following for its consistency and generous portions, including baseball-sized meatballs.
    473-0015
  • The well-designed dining room and two bars add ambiance to a menu that includes sushi, teryiaki and tempura dishes, soups and salads.
    625-3090
    caviarsushibar.com
  • (502) 454-5417
    http://elfreakingcamino.com/
  • At The Joy Luck, they advertise wholesome, belly-warming comfort food
    in a friendly and cozy atmosphere. Good food, good drinks and good company. 

    (502) 238-3070
    http://www.thejoyluck.com/