Archive | July, 2008

29 July 2008 ~ 2 Comments

The Granville Inn

I had always heard that the Granville Inn had one of the best hamburgers in Louisville. I think I’ll be able to back up that claim now. This charming Old Louisville haunt is typically filled with regulars watching one of the many flavors of ESPN, drinking a beer and enjoying some really good pub food. Now, I think Jam and I are regulars here, or at least our ol’ buddy, Jessica makes us feel like we are. In early June, we came here 2 days in a row, which is a first for Read on to find out why… […]

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29 July 2008 ~ 3 Comments

Wick’s Pizza

Wick’s is one of those places that almost doesn’t need a review. You’ve more than likely been there before, and either really love it or not so much. Me? I love it. My wife thinks they put too much cheese on their pizza. There is no such thing as too much cheese on a pizza in my humble opinion. That’s like saying there’s too much wet in this water. After the jump, read on about how delicious Wick’s Pizza is… […]

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25 July 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Café LouLou

I’ve been hearing so much about this place, that I figured I should get around to checking it out. In August, they are also opening another location where SideStreet/Deli @ Douglass Loop used to be. That’s my neck of the woods, so I thought I’d get a head start and go ahead and fall in love with the place. Everyone else is, it seems! (for reasons I’ll get to after the jump…) […]

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25 July 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Twig and Leaf

Sorry I’ve been so hard to find lately, folks. I’m vowing to get back to writing reviews again.

Jam, Valentino and I had some errands to run the other day, and just couldn’t decide where to eat lunch. So, I just kept driving south on Bardstown Road, and we just couldn’t put our finger on where to go. That’s when the awesome vintage neon sign caught our hungry eyes (what?).


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15 July 2008 ~ 1 Comment


This just came in over the Louisville Lunch wire:

(Louisville, KY) On Wednesday, July 15th, Sweet Surrender Dessert Café & Coffee Shop, locates at 1804 Frankfort Avenue, introduces its new summer vegetarian lunch menu. The menu has been expanded to include several vegan options as well.

Available Tuesday through Saturday from 11 AM to 2 PM, the strictly vegetarian menu features a variety of hearty vegetarian and vegan panini, salads and soups.

Favorites such as the Curried Egg Salad Sandwich and Portabella Panini are still available but a few highlights from the new menu include (see attached photos):

Edamame Salad ~ Shelled edamame tossed with fresh cucumbers, red peppers and wasabi dressing served on a bed of Mesclun greens. $5.99

Quiche of the Week ~ Individual quiche served with a side salad. Variations include sun-dried tomato goat cheese quiches and portabella brie quiches. $7.99

Black Bean Pita ~ Spicy black bean veggie burger chopped with red peppers, salad greens, sun-dried tomato and chipotle mayonnaise. Served with choice of Sun Chips or Cranberry Pear Bulgur Salad. $7.99

For a mid-day indulgence, try a half slice of cake or cookie for dessert. Half slices of all of Sweet Surrender’s cakes are available during lunch only.

Reservations are recommended for parties of eight or more. As a Louisville Wireless Hotspot, Sweet Surrender is a great place for a business meeting or study lunch.

For more information about the desserts or lunches available at Sweet Surrender please visit the website: Orders for special occasion cakes and boxed lunches can be placed by calling (502) 899-2008. 48 hours notice on all special orders is appreciated.

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