Try traditional Polish meals, like pierogi and kielbasa, at this Eastern European restaurant. Polish vodka and European beers are also on the menu.
A no-frills, family-run Italian restaurant that dishes up spaghetti, pizza, and ravioli.
During the week, this tiny cafe dishes up traditional Cuban coffee and pressed sandwiches. But on Sundays, drop in for a brunch and authentic Cuban plates, like arroz con pollo and empanadas.
This restaurant's New Orleans Italian cuisine blends French, Italian, and Creole cooking. It serves traditional Italian dishes like lamb osso buco, but definitely try the shrimp-stuffed eggplant or Mama B's crawfish cake.
Enjoy classic sandwiches and delicious baked goods, but try something new when the cafe transforms into an artisanal pizza place at night. The large, comfortable eatery also includes a quick-service frozen yogurt shop.
This bar has a huge selection of tequila as well as tasty tacos, quesadillas, and burgers. A favorite is the Sante Fe burger, topped with pepper jack cheese, roasted poblano chiles, and onions.
This Texas steak house chain specializes in certified Angus steaks, but also try the BBQ baby back ribs. Soups, salads, and desserts are made from scratch.
Family owned and operated for more than 50 years. Try the best selling Howdy Pizza, a combo of sausage, green peppers, mushrooms, and jalapeno peppers.
This is upscale barbecue (read: no Styrofoam or plastic forks), but it's still the perfect spot to roll up your sleeves, order more meat than you should, and get your grub on.
This family-owned gem in the heart of historic downtown Louisville serves up authentic Mexican with friendly service. Try the arroz con pollo and chile verde.