Louisville Magazine

MAR 2012

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Reservations accepted. 1285 Bardstown Road, 473-8765; several area locations kashmirlouis- ville.com. $. Shalimar Indian Restaurant Te menu fea- tures traditional Indian cuisine prepared with chicken, lamb and seafood and abundant vegetarian dishes. Te daily lunch buffet is a great Indian-fare primer. Lunch/dinner daily; brunch Sun. Reservations accepted for six or more. Dress: Business casual. 1820 S. Hurst- bourne Pkwy., 493-8899 shalimarlouisville.com. $$. Sitar Indian Restaurant Part of a small Southern chain, Sitar pleases with its cheap daily lunch buffet of Indian-Chinese foods. Te menu consists of both common and un- common Indian dishes that make full use of vegetables and greens. Lunch/dinner daily. 1702 Bardstown Road, 473-8889 sitarlouisville. com. $. ITALIAN Amici Cafe Whether served in the secluded courtyard or the cozy dining room, the food at this eatery offers a little bit of Old Italy in Old Louisville. Te menu includes classics such as spaghetti and meatballs, lasagna and veal piccata, along with pizzas and panini. Lunch Mon.-Fri.; dinner Mon.-Sat. Reservations ac- cepted. 316 W. Ormsby Ave., 637-3167 amici- cafelouisville.com. $$. Blu Italian Grille Tis downtown spot offers favorite Italian classics with a contemporary flair. Try the sea bass entrée with fingerling potatoes, olives, caper berries and artichoke. Breakfast/lunch/dinner Mon.-Fri.; breakfast/ dinner Sat.-Sun. Reservations recommended. 280 W. Jefferson St., 671-4285 blugrille.com. $$$$. Bravo! Cucina Italiana Bravo serves Ital- ian food in a fun environment under Roman "ruins." Te open kitchen prepares hickory- smoked steaks, chops and whole fresh fish. Try the wood-grilled salmon salad or Sicilian pizza, made in a wood-fired oven. Lunch/dinner dai- ly. Reservations recommended, call-ahead seat- ing available. Dress: Business casual. 206 Bullitt Lane, 326-0491 bravoitalian.com. $$. Buca di Beppo Pretend you come from a big Italian family at this fun chain. Oversized en- trées are made for passing around the table, and the decor is kitschy Italian-American at its fin- est. Dinner daily; lunch Sat.-Sun. Reservations recommended. 2051 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy., 493-2426 buccadibeppo.com. $$$. Carrabba's Italian Grill Tis chain's roots in Italy and Gulf Coast Cajun country make for spicy cuisine and an upbeat, high-energy at- mosphere. Dinner daily; lunch Sat.-Sun. 617 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy., 412-2218 carrabbas.com. $$$. Come Back Inn Both locations feature casual Italian fare at great prices like baked pasta, pizza and sandwiches. Try their signature sand- wiches: Chicago Italian Beef or the Italian Hot Brown. Dinner Tues.-Sat. (lunch/dinner at In- diana location). 909 Swan St., 627-1777; 415 Spring St., Jeffersonville, Ind., (812) 285-1777 comebackinn.biz. $. $50/person Only 100 tickets available! To purchase tickets, call 896-0464 or visit onalarkevents.com www.onalarkevents.com Join us for the Spring Restaurant "FLIP" Progressive Dinner Experience Sponsored by Creekstone Farms Dine at NuLu's Hottest Restaurants: "HBJOTU 5IF (SBJO t .P[[ t 3:& Friday, March 30, 6 p.m. Volunteers Needed Now Recruiting for and Committee Members and Chairpersons If you want to join us in the fight against breast cancer and are dedicated for the long term, we want to hear from you. Volunteer Recruitment Thursday, March 8, 7 p.m. Hocker Room, 2nd Floor of Oxmoor Center To learn more about these and other volunteer opportunities, email volunteer@komenlouisville.org or call 502.584-2873. volunteer@komenlouisville.org 3.12 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE [109] Komen Louisville Pink Tie Ball Race for the Cur e ® ®

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