I'm going to Louisville for a few days! I know it's a big "foodie" city - does anyone have any restaurant suggestions?
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I haven't been there in several years, but my friend Kathy Cary has a lovely bistro called "Lilly's," where I found the food really delicious. ;)
Depends on how nice and budget but here are a few different styles: Lillys is terrific as noted above in a previous post.
Proof on Main
Mozz - Italian
Seviche - latin inspired
Basa - Modern Vietnamese
Coals Artisan Pizza - Coal Fired Pizza Oven
Lynns Paradise Cafe - Breakfast
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