All posts tagged "restaurant review"

  • Grilled cheese lovers flock to Tom+Chee

    By Esther Lee– The much anticipated Tom+Chee finally opened in late November 2012 on Cardinal Towne. Also located on Bardstown Road, many students looked forward to the opening of the more conveniently located grilled cheese and tomato...

    • Posted January 15, 2013
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  • The Green Leaf Natural Vegetarian Bistro: Green? Leafy?

    By Nathan Douglas– The United States is a very food illiterate country. Essentially, a majority of the population does not know what they are eating or how to prepare reasonable food. I say food here referencing real...

    • Posted March 26, 2012
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  • The Oakroom review

    By Erin Wade– Stepping foot into The Oakroom will undoubtedly cause you to feel a touch of euphoria. Just the staircase in the Seelbach Hilton leading up to the Five Diamond restaurant can make one antsy about...

    • Posted March 1, 2012
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  • Dragon King’s Daughter: A unique Japanese dining experience

    By Cody Hibbard– Among the abundance of restaurants located in the highlands lies a quiet and cozy change of pace from most of the noisy and obnoxious diners on Bardstown Road. The Japanese-American cuisine based restaurant, Dragon...

    • Posted February 21, 2012
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  • Quills: Cardinal Towne’s new coffee shop gets it right

    By Ben Nance– Quills Coffee is the ideal place grab a cup of reasonably priced, high-quality joe. It is the kind of friendly, we-aim-to-please establishment that seems to be something of a rarity as more and more...

    • Posted January 31, 2012
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  • D. Nalley’s diner features cheap, quality home cooking

    By Baylee Pulliam– A trip to the vintage 1950’s D. Nalley’s diner, 970 S. 3rd Street, is a trip back in time. The place practically force-feeds its customers huge, steaming plates of retro Americana as soon as...

    • Posted November 8, 2011
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  • Get your hands on some Bunz

    By Genevieve Mills– Bunz is a small burger place on bustling Bardstown Road, a great location that’s close to campus. I do mean small, so don’t bring more than a few friends with you as there are...

    • Posted October 12, 2011
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  • Papalino’s serves up slices and good times at Cardinal Towne

    By Lee Cole–  There are few dishes eaten more often by the average college student than pizza. Pizza is a late night study session favorite, perfect for parties, and a dynamite word in the game of Scrabble,...

    • Posted September 6, 2011
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  • REVIEW: Smokey’s Bean

    By Baylee Pulliam–  Smokey’s Bean, like most coffeehouses pandering to predominately collegiate clientele, has walls that are covered in black and white photography and funky trinkets. Selected walls are faux brick, assumedly to give the place a...

    • Posted September 1, 2011
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