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NYer going to be spending a lot of time in Louisville. Looking for any and all dining suggestions.

TIA.

Air UPSer

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    1. Here's a place in particular that I'd like to try. See link below. Let us know what place(s) you try.
      L& N Wine Bistro

      1. Me too! Also an Air UPSer in Louisville for a few months on and off.
        Any suggestions are very welcome since I have had my share of Cheddar's and similar chains. There must be Chowhounds in Louisville, so all replies are welcome.

        Places that I have enjoyed so far include:
        Martini House - Midwest chain restaurant with acceptable Italian food.
        The Fish Market - part of the same chain as above, but it seems that they have fresh fish daily. I had a good gumbo there and a nice salad. My Co-worker had a great fish stew that almost rivaled SF cioppino.
        McAllister's Deli - right across Air UPS. Great lunch spot if you need lunch in a hurry.
        Uptown Cafe - nice restaurant on Bardstown Rd

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        1. re: Mari

          Also, any recent reviews for Azalea, Jicama Grill and the Napa River Valley Grill?
          Thanks

          1. re: Mari

            Thanks for the info! The Hot Brown is on my list.

            I've been to McAlisters. It was pretty good. A heck of a lot better than Subway!

            Air UPSer

          2. I assme you've already had the original hot brown at the Brown Hotel?

            Link: http://www.hollyeats.com/BrownHotel.htm

            1. Maido on Frankfort Avenue. Japanese. Some sushi, but mostly small dishes of great variety, priced to order several at once. Freshly made and delicious.

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              1. re: Sonja

                We were in Louisville over the weekend for a soccer tournament, and while the team went to Chili's I went to Maido. Many interesting selections, and well priced. The hamachi collar and the grilled eel were great. Everything else was good or better. Certainly worth a visit if you're looking for something a bit off the beaten path.

                Cheers,

                T.