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AUG 2014

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.14 109 www.derbydinner.com Check's Cafe (1101 E. Burnett Ave., 637-9515, checkscafe.com) Check's Cafe could deep-fry an old boot, And each Germantown-Schnitzelburg hipster and snoot Would praise to high heaven: "Out of 10, they're 11! Though too humble their own horn to toot." Amazing Glaze Donut Co. (5801 U.S. Hwy. 150, Floyds Knobs, Ind., (812) 923-0011, amazingglazeonline.com) Cinna-twist, banana split, Doughnut far too good to quit. Worth the drive, Past the Sunny Side. After a box, your jeans won't ft. Eggs Over Frankfort (2712 Frankfort Ave.) As the sun rises sunny side up, We crave omelets, a full coffee cup. Eggs over Frankfort: quite delish. Nothing too fancy — just our dish! A traditional breakfast to sup. Ramsi's Cafe on the World (1293 Bardstown Road, 451-0700, ramsiscafe.com) Ramsi's has a brunch buffet that's legendary. No need for vegan friends to be wary. Farm-to-table, eat your fll, Food to nosh and drink to thrill. Linger on the patio and in the Highlands tarry. Little India Cafe (3099 Breckenridge Lane, 479-3353, littleindialouisville.com) The most authentic meal in town, Our taste buds couldn't settle down. Redolent with herbs and spice, Bursting bellies for the price. The lamb korma deserves a crown. Plehn's Bakery (3940 Shelbyville Road, 896-4438, plehns.com) If caramel icing could solve the world's ills, Plehn's bakery's karma would be stuffed to the gills. They take the (spice) cake. Since the '20s they bake. The pleasure is all Louisville's. Gara Empanadas (6004 Pleasant Colony Court, Crestwood, 963-4661, garaempanadas.com) Delicious empanada, fried With ham and cheese tucked deep inside. The real O.C. Is Oldham County, Gara Empanadas: worth the ride. Gasthaus German Restaurant (4812 Brownsboro Center, 899-7177, gasthausdining.com) Looking for German food? No doubt, There's one place to go, you don't have to scout. Eat some fne jaeger schnitzel At Gasthaus, whet your whistle With spätzle noodles and sauerkraut. Red Yeti Brewing Co. (256 Spring St., Jeffersonville, Ind., (812) 288-5788, redyetibrewing.com) For funnel cake covered in chocolate fondue, Smoked pork belly, grilled corn, a glass of wine too. Trip to Jeffersonville, For a taste that will thrill. Walk over the bridge for some Red Yeti brew. Restaurant Salvadoreno (4231 Taylor Blvd., 310-2598) To take your taste buds on a tour, Just open the El Salvador. Remember your cash, And you'll be, in a fash, Too full to eat just one bite more. Selena's Restaurant at Willow Lake Tavern (10609 La Grange Road, 245-9004, selenasrestaurant.com) Selena's is Cajun-Italian, With portions that could feed a battalion,. A mimosa at brunch, Jambalaya for lunch, After eating, you could sink a galleon.

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