• Chef Trew Quackenbush is the mastermind behind the world’s most creative selections of grilled cheese, soups and salads. All soups and salad dressings are homemade and the meat is roasted there.
    409-9494
    tomandchee.com
  • 540-1100

    potbelly.com
  • Surprisingly located inside a small Latin tienda or grocery store, Tienda La Chapinlandia offers authentic Guatemalan food.

    502-883-1924
    http://http://haychiwawaa.com/
  • This downtown lunch spot offers a selection of sushi as well as Japanese favorites like miso and udon noodle soup.
    581-0700
  • Located at the world’s most famous racetrack and named for the fastest two minutes in sports, this Derby Museum restaurant serves up traditional Kentucky fare with a lighter spin. Try the Kentucky Hot Brown.
    634-0858
    derbycafe.com
  • Sweet teeth hanker for Helen’s beautifully decorated cakes, such as the chocolate macadamia nut and the chocolate truffle.

    451-7151
    dessertsbyhelen.com
  • Steamed bagel sandwiches, wraps, soups, salads and desserts, New York City inspired. All meats, sauces, aiolis and sides are made in-house.
    365-3354
    babydsdeli.com
  • Grill-to-order grass-fed, hormone and antibiotic-free Kentucky bison and beef. A full topping bar with fresh local produce and sauces.
    614-6567
    bluegrass-burgers.com
  • This small, largely carry-out seafood hub boasts a “greaseless” seasoned and breaded fish sandwich, topped with freshly made tartar sauce. Other menu choices include oysters, clams and scallops. All food is fresh and cooked-to-order.
    636-3474
    hillstreetfishfry.com
  • Stop by Asian Bento Express on Dutchman's Lane for speedy Asian food featuring Chinese, Japanese, and Thai dishes. 

    (502) 891-0388