Happy National Hamburger Day – Enjoying Mine At Back Yard Burgers

Classic Back Yard Burger w/ Seasoned Fries

Today is National Hamburger Day. According to the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association, hamburgers are the most popular food on the grill with steak being a close second place. So it’s no wonder that hamburgers get their own national holiday. I’m not actually sure who came up with the holiday, but many restaurants are celebrating this day through various advertisements and news sources. Particularly, Back Yard Burgers is celebrating this day by offering the first 100 …

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Best Breakfast Ever? Visit Wild Eggs in Louisville, Kentucky

Kalamity Katie’s Border Benedict

I first heard about Wild Eggs earlier this year from several friends and family who are residents in Louisville, Kentucky. Typically when a single person says something is “awesome”, you can’t help to have some sort of skepticism… but as I brought it up in conversation with each friend & family member, every single one of them ranted & raved about how good it was. By the time I got my 6th opinion, I …

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The Local Neighborhood Diner “Dalts Grill” Is A Pleasant Surprise

Reuben & Mashed Potatoes

Having recently moved to a new area of Nashville, one of the most difficult challenges is to find a good place to eat. While chains and/or fast food restaurants are always endlessly abundant no matter where you go, sometimes you just want to eat at a local restaurant. Even with the abundance of web-based reviews, it is still hard to make a decision and many times you find that the reviews themselves are either …

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Copper River Grill In Nicholasville Tries Hard, But Misses The Mark

14 oz. Ribeye

Last month I had the opportunity to dine at Copper River Grill, one of Nicholasville’s newest restaurants just off of Nicholasville (Lexington) Rd. I first noticed the construction for Copper River Grill late last winter and through my research, I learned that Copper River Grill was the name of restaurants originating in South Carolina.

Several years ago, founder Jimmy Rogers and CEO Dan Angell envisioned a restaurant reminiscent of an Alaskan mountain lodge serving …

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