Hammerheads is located in the basement of a building in Germantown, but the huge hammerhead shark hanging out front ensures that you can’t miss it. The menu includes hearty fare like a chorizo burger, a PBLT (pork belly, lettuce and tomato), and sweet potato waffles with fried chicken. Vegetarians won’t be left out either. Meatless options include a burger, a sloppy joe, and tacos. Also try an order of crispy mac n’cheese balls.
Queenie, from Bishopsville, South Carolina, was the oldest girl of 14 siblings and began cooking at a young age. Now, she is serving up some good old time favorites like fried chicken and mac-n-cheese, plus much more.
The food truck featured on the Cooking Channel now has a restaurant in the Highlands. They serve gooey grilled cheese, with menu items ranging from the Plain Jane to the Highlands Philly. Soups, beer, desserts and other “munchies” are also available.
Chefs Ryan Bryson and Darnell Ferguson, a chef for team USA in the 2008 Olympics, bring new excitement to the most important meal of the day. They support local bakeries and fresh produce that is locally farmed. The strive for freshness, innovation and flavor to create a great atmosphere and affordable prices.
This new bistro, opened by the people who brought Louisville the Nachbar, features American comfort food with European flavors. Think pork ribs braised in sauerkraut and the duck fat popcorn appetizer is quickly becoming legendary around town.
A Churchill Downs area classic, this old-fashioned restaurant serves up burgers, soups, sandwiches and daily entrée specials to hungry track-goers. The biscuits and gravy breakfast is a Derby week ritual.
The menu at this Westport-area eatery is heavily peppered with just-like-Mom-used-to-make favorites like meatloaf, pot pie and fried chicken. Try the chicken livers or fried green tomatoes served with plate-scraping “creek” sauce.